Noise On Set: Don’t Fix It In The Shrinkwrap It was the late Frank Zappa who shone a light upon the music industry’s growing trend for ignoring recording problems and expecting the mix engineer […]
What a Sound Engineer Really Does The unsung hero of the recording studio. It’s all in a day’s work at Soundstage Studios.
The Art of Film Editing: What Gets The Chop? The very best directors have a comprehensive understanding of the film editing process. It’s not just about what they leave on the cutting room floor. […]
4 Ways To Finance Your Independent Film The idea that’s been incubating for a while is there; you have an idea of the cast and some possible locations; you’ve even started story boarding your independent […]
Alfred Hitchcock – Five Tips from the Master Samuel Johnson, the 18th century English author, once said: “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”. Now whether you agree with […]
B-Roll Footage – Why It’s Important B-roll is supplementary footage which, while not essential, can make all the difference to the end-product. In simple terms, the primary footage, or A-roll of the film, provides […]
5 Filming Techniques That Intensify Dialogue No matter how dramatic your script, bad filming can suck all of the intrigue and drama from the dialogue. In the words of Hitchcock “we don’t have pages to […]