“To Be a Great Cinematographer You’ve Got to Be a Great Inventor”

Charles Haine at No Film School shares some secrets to being a great cinematographer and how one of the many overlooked and underappreciated responsibilities of the cinematographer is to “invent needed tools”.

Read the full article here: To Be a Great Cinematographer You’ve Got to be a Great Inventor

How to Get Cinematic Lighting with Just One Light

V Renee at No Film School offers some advice on how to create the best cinematic lighting effects when your access to adequate film lighting equipment is minimal.

Check out the full article and video here: How to Get Cinematic Lighting with Just One Light

Episode Four of Page Ten Podcast

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Episode four of Page Ten, the Hollins University Screenwriting Podcast, is up and running, just click on the link below, or if you’d rather, it’s also available to download on iTunes. Head over and take a listen to the interview with guest Lawrence Ross, and if you like what you hear, be sure to subscribe and catch future episodes.

10-1 Anybody? Film Set Slang 101

Every profession has it’s own jargon and slang that only those that work in that profession appreciate, use, and understand. A film set is no different. The folks at No Film School compiled the list of commonly used terms that you will only hear on a film set.

Watch the full video here: Film Slang 101