I get approached by so many great filmmakers who want to share their story via the blog, and I really want to help, but it’s frustrating how hard it can be to get a great blog article from them. From filmmakers to foley artists, funders to social media marketeers, I want to help get your […]
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Top Ten Kick Ass Tips For Shooting Action Horror From ‘Zomblies’ Director Dave Reynolds
By Chris Jones on July 15, 2011 in Canon 5D, Canon 5D Mk2, Film Production, Tips 4
Dave Reynolds, who you may recall from The Production Office, finally released his horror movies Zomblies on YouTube, and so I asked him to write me his top ten tips for shooting Zombie movies. You can watch the FULL MOVIE above too (remember to go full screen and switch to HD). Dave and his team […]
Should you use a title sequence for your movie?
By Chris Jones on July 12, 2011 in Tips, Titles 0
Last week I posted about the importance of script and movie titles – you can read it here. But that sparked a small debate about title sequences and how indie film makers should approach them. I spent some time browsing the amazing Art Of The Title Sequence website (http://www.artofthetitle.com/) watching breathtaking title sequences from my […]