How to make a micro-budget feature film – 15 tips by Joshua Overbay

I came across a very interesting article on Indiewire written by the indie filmamaker Joshua Overbay. Joshua offers very practical advice for filmmakers thinking about doing a feature film on a micro-budget. The advice is based on Joshua’s experience with his film “As It Is In Heaven”. Continue reading How to make a micro-budget feature film – 15 tips by Joshua Overbay

Tom interviewed by 4K Shooters

Ogy Stoilov from 4K Shooters conducted an interview with Tom Antos. The guys discussed many aspects of filmmaking – not only the technical ones, but also the creative side. Tom describes his daily life as a filmmaker. He reflects on some of his earliest projects as well as talks about what exciting projects he’ll tackle in 2015 (hint: feature film “Red Spring”). Continue reading Tom interviewed by 4K Shooters

Short film “Boo” shot using DJI Ronin

There has been a lot of excitement around the DJI Ronin 3-Axis Brushless Gimbal Stabilizer ever since it came out in the spring of 2014. A number of shorts have already shown off its capabilities. As another great example, the filmmakers of “Boo” have created a nice-looking short that – literally – took the DJI Ronin on a super rough test ride. The end product is very impressive. Continue reading Short film “Boo” shot using DJI Ronin

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