Posts made in September, 2017

Scheduling & Breaking down a script — Filmmaking Advice

As you go in search of cast and crew, it is important to do some prep work with the script. On some of our earlier films, we planned to film on one location, during one time, and with a limited Learn more

A Typical Day on Set — Filmmaking Advice

You’ve scheduled your film shoot, you have snacks and a meal break organized, and you’ve completed all of the pre-production for your film. You know what coverage you need to make a successful shoot day, you have a shot list Learn more

Perspectives on Filmmaking, Episode 1 – The Freedom to Shoot with Small Gear

cinema5D together with Olympus Europe is proud to present the first out of six episodes of “Perspectives on Filmmaking”. A discussion between leading filmmakers who endorse working with compact tools in their film productions. We are proud to present “Perspectives Learn more

FMA’s June 2017 Graduates Tribute Video

As much as we love our students, nothing warms our hearts more than seeing them go out into the world and showcasing their talents. Thank you guys for letting us walk with you on your journey, even if it was Learn more

‘Tomb Raider’ Official Trailer

  Warner Bros. just released the first look at Tomb Raider, an upcoming 2018 action-adventure film based on the 2013 reboot of the Tomb Raider video game franchise. The film stars Alicia Vikander (as Lara Croft), Walton Goggins, Daniel Wu, Learn more

10 Tips to Getting a Filmmaking or Screenwriting Mentor

I don’t think you’re going to be to happy with what I’m about to suggest in this article. I’m going to address the topic of getting a mentor. I have a feeling I’ve lost you already, so come on back… Learn more

6 Filmmaking Tips From Matthew Vaughn

If you want to make movies like Matthew Vaughn‘s — or at least direct action the way he does — there are YouTube videos instructing you on his apparent style. If you want to make your own kinds of movies, there’s Learn more

PAREF Southcrest School, Inc Partnered With FMA For Filmmaking Bootcamp

Film & Media Arts International Academy is now partnered with PAREF Southcrest School, Inc to run a 2-week Filmmaking Bootcamp for their Grade 12 students! At the end of the program, the girls will have scripted, shot, and edited their own music Learn more

The Basics of Lighting for Film

Learn the basics of three point lighting and some of the tools for shooting Film Noir so you can start to analyse the look of films shot in this unique style. Then apply your knowledge to making your very own Learn more

‘Flashes’ by Kendell Rama Ty

‘Flashes’ by Kendell Rama Ty, graduate of the Diploma in Film & Creative Media Arts program. Learn more