Written by Charis Joy Jackson Are you a director looking for an innovative way to work with actors? Then you may want to check The Warner Loughlin Technique, a book that came out at the beginning of the year and is already changing the way I look at screenwriting, acting, and yes, directing. Amy Adams, … Continue reading The Acting Training That Will Make You A Better Director
Are you an independent filmmaker making your first movie? Educate yourself on the importance of having a script supervisor on your film crew.
God’s used YWAM and film to make me into a warrior who doesn’t shy away from a good challenge. But instead leans into the storm to take it by thunder.
Are you a grip on an independent film? It doesn't matter if it's on a short or feature film, an original narrative piece or documentary: being a grip is a incredible job that allows you to be creative and active.
The Last Jedi is the Star Wars movie we’ve been waiting for - a truly innovative addition to the story, which takes the saga into new places.
It can be easy for actors to use a formula in their approach to acting. However, the best formula you can have is to have none at all.
If you’ve ever been a film school student or a no-budget independent filmmaker, then you know the pain. Finding high quality music to fit your movie for free is darn near impossible. God bless Kevin MacCleod, but if I hear “Sneaky Snitch” in one more short film I’m going to throw something. Before you get … Continue reading How to Find Royalty Free Music That Doesn’t Suck