Competing in film fests can be a lot of fun and offers exposure for your talents and your business; however, festival submissions can be costly with some costing more than $100 to enter. By developing a comprehensive festival strategy, you can minimize cost and risk while still attempting to attain maximum exposure.
As a publisher of camera reviews, we get more cameras sent to us than a typical video enthusiast, but that doesn’t diminish any excitement when a camera gets delivered! If you’re like us and enjoy tearing through packaging and discovering and documenting every piece that is included, then you should enter our contest for the Ultimate Run-and-Gun DSLR Kit. We want to share that sensation, so plug in your case to be sent this prize. The contest is free to enter, additional entries are encouraged, and you’ll get Videomaker videos and tips along the way.
BombBomb.com is taking the task of sending embedded video in emails and simplifying it, employing robust features and technologies to make the process simple while maintaining high performance and a great set of analytics tools.
The lobby of my apartment building is more suitable to standing around reading the mail than it is for working as a 4-camera capable, multimedia video studio outputting network-style content. But that’s what is about to happen, courtesy of NewTek’s Tricaster Mini.
Portland, Oregon-based film studio, Stillmotion, today launched Story & Heart, the world’s first story-based footage licensing platform. Building on their production company’s philosophy of storytelling over anything else, Story & Heart takes the vision of Stillmotion to another level.
Whether you make a deal with a traditional distributor or self-distribute, there are many ways to get your low-budget horror films to your audience. The key to success is creating a marketable film and a well-researched distribution strategy.
International public health organization, Global Dialogues, has issued a call for entries for their latest video challenge. The theme this year is Love, Freedom … Pregnancy?
Each year, Global Dialogues challenges filmmakers of any walk of life, discipline or skill level to participate in a challenge where they kick off a story and it is up to participating filmmakers to complete the story with their own vision in two minutes or less.