Filmmaking - Directing
How Filmmakers Use Colors To Set The Mood Of A Film
In filmmaking, color is used to set the tone of a scene before any of the actors have even uttered a word. Red is used to denote passion, danger or power. Pink signifies innocence, femininity and beauty. Yellow is associated with joy, naivety and insanity. Blue symbolizes isolation, passivity and calmness. StudioBinder has come up with an interesting […]
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Filmmaking Tutorial: 180 Degree Rule and Other Shot Sequence Tips
In filmmaking there is the 180 Degree rule. Basically an imaginary line that when maintained keeps continuity, but broken can add a jumpiness to the film. Check out how to utilize the 180 line in your short films in this video
25 Things About Directing Actors
They'll tell you that 90 percent of filmmaking is casting. What they don't mention is that even if you get the casting right, you can still really screw it up if you don't know how to work with your actors. Here are 25 thoughts about directing actors, in no particular order.