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Assimilate is a 13 minute short film packed with struggle, love and drama. The film was written, directed and edited by Zandir Santos. It was filmed primarily in France and in Cape Verde, the locations where the film takes place. Zandir says, “We selected real life locations. Using real life locations, for me, is the best way to capture as much realness as can be captured in a film. Nothing is made up, it’s all there. You just have to seize it and projected in the most meaningful way possible.”
Timelapse is not only a cool effect but it may very well be fitting to your film, depending on your vision. In this post we’ll be covering How To Film Timelapse With A DSLR and we’ll also give you pointers on your DSLR camera settings to make sure it comes out as best as possible. It’s possible to make a timelapse with your DSLR in video or picture mode. In this post we will be discussing making a timelapse with your DSLR in video mode.
DSLR’s have been the wave for filmmakers for years now. Some DSLR cameras offer premium features in the form of megapixels, sensor size, video mode, etc. However, most DSLR’s offer the option of video recording. And in this article we’ll be talking specifically about HOW TO FILM WITH A DSLR.
Short films are a very unique aspect of filmmaking. For one, they’re short. Some of the best short films are as short as five minutes and as long as twenty minutes. Not long at all, right? Filmmakers make short films for various reasons and in this article we will address Three Reasons Why You Should Make A Short Film.
How long should a short film be is a question that is delicate and can raise many eyebrows. The reason is because there is no set in stone rule for how long a short film should be. That is, unless your are planning to submit your film to a particular film festival. And even then, they will generally only stipulate the maximum number of minutes that a short film can be, and no minimum or average.
Money is for most filmmakers the greatest barrier to making a movie. Money to make the vision of your film a reality. You need money to hire actors, to hire a crew, money to feed them. Money to rent equipment, permits, if you’re doing it like that…and money for so much more. So how do you go about getting all that money? You need to know because you don’t have it, yet. On this post we’re going to share with you 3 Ways To Raise Money For Your Film.
How much to charge as a freelance editor is a question that boggles upstarting freelance editors. Therefore in this post we will address this question and give you insight as to how to charge for your editing skills. Exactly how much to charge as an editor can vary depending on several factors. For example, your level of experience. How many videos/films have you previously edited? Other factor can be, how professional looking are your videos/films, how confident are you, etc.