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Advice on building a creative brand using social media channels.
Check out a new crop of our favorite short films (all under 20 minutes)—this summer, the theme is the season itself!
Go BTS as a filmmaker and photographer explores New Zealand’s Milford Sound.
Join Aaron Grimes, a young filmmaker and photographer, as he travels through New Zealand.
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See Günther Gheeraert’s inventive response to the challenge.
Banish jumpy loops with this Photoshop video tutorial.
She’s a self-taught filmmaker who produces, directs, shoots, and edits.
Meet students overcoming challenges to succeed in the film industry.
This splattering of short films from YouTube and Vimeo will whet your Halloween appetite.
We asked our friends and colleagues, “What’s your favorite?” Now we ask, “What’s yours?”
Two visionaries discuss virtual reality (VR) and experience design.
Beyond the hype: How to tell more-effective stories with 360° video and VR.
RocketJump Film School is tearing down the gates to Hollywood one lesson at a time.
We asked two popular YouTubers to share some tips for adding pizzazz to videos with text.
While her past and present were unsettled, art gave this migrant a future.
Go behind the scenes with the director/editor of Imagine Dragons’ music videos.
This serving of tasty video treats from YouTube and Vimeo is sure to get you into the spirit of the season.
In the new “Pete’s Dragon,” the brightest star is the realistic dragon.
Yen Tan on filmmaking, graphic design, and the independent film community.
Aaron Grimes goes to new heights in his video travel journal’s final chapter.
Join Aaron Grimes as he shoots photos and videos in New Zealand’s South Island.
These animated shorts reveal curious facts about 19th-century geniuses.