In episode #006 of the Musicbed Podcast, Lloyd revisits his life-changing experience at Cannes, offers actionable advice on effective pitching, and explores how embracing uncertainty can be the key to inspiring your best ideas.
We talked to Marley Hansen about her career path, words of advice for filmmakers, and what she’s expecting from this year’s submissions.
In episode #005 of the Musicbed Podcast, Camila reveals why she shot vertical iPhone footage for a project starring Dolly Parton, Doja Cat, and Taco Bell’s Mexican Pizza.
In episode #004 of the Musicbed Podcast, Jim offers empowering advice for filmmakers attempting to break into Hollywood on their own terms.
Director Jared Malik Royal discusses how maintaining an active lifestyle has a positive impact on his thought process.
We’ve curated a list of the best filmmaking books to read in 2022. Browse by category and see why these books are worth your attention.
Acclaimed director—and Filmsupply filmmaker—Salomon Ligthelm took us behind the scenes of his music video for “Easy”, by Ayia, affording us the chance to watch his creative process unfold in real-time.
Wes Anderson is a divisive director. Some moviegoers resonate with his idiosyncratic style, while others loathe it. But wherever you land on the spectrum, you can’t deny how masterfully he utilizes music. We take a deep dive into his uncanny ability for finding just the right song for just the right moment, whether that’s how he distinguishes between songs and scores or how he uses music as a way to interpret the stories he tells.
Our intention with the Reopen Challenge was to bring some light back into the world. But, even we didn’t know how far-reaching this effect would be, or how many impactful films would be made. There’s no greater example of this than Kyndra Kennedy’s Black.Matters, our judges’ winning selection for this year.
In this episode of YouTube Masters, YouTube duo Colin and Samir talk about the biggest mistake filmmakers make — here’s a hint: it’s before you even start filming.