Welcome to the Lights Film School video tutorial on lighting on the “upstage” side of the camera. As filmmakers you’ll often be looking for…
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Last Saturday Lights Film School held a three hour live online Lab Chat with Mark Meily. The Lab Chat was entitled “Lighting: Where to I Begin?”. The snyopsis for the Lab Chat can be found below: Lighting- Where do I begin? When the cinematographer arrives on the set, he or she orders the crew to [...]
The democratization of both the production and distribution process has opened the floodgates for independent filmmakers to see their dreams of producing a feature film become a reality. Independent feature films such as Medicine for Melancholy and Ballast are just two examples of micro-budget features that have gone on to win numerous filmmaking awards. Ballast, [...]
Once you’ve done your preliminary research on your film or documentary you’ll want to start the process of crafting your logline. This will help you identify some of the most important elements of your story and it’s a great reference to keep you on the right track. A logline is generally a one to two [...]