When you look at the numbers economically speaking, Australia’s seen massive uninterrupted growth over the last few decades however the Australian film industry hasn’t followed suit, never producing more than 42 films in a single year
Ahh productivity. A reality for a few, a dream for many. So how do those lucky few find that… sweet spot? By that, of course, we mean the ability to turn up to work and actually get sh*t done.
Ahead of our upcoming event, Our Stories Can Heal – focused around raising awareness of mental health – I sat down with Nasir Sobhani, also known as the Streets Barber, to talk about his experience and relationship with his own anxiety, a topic he remains very vocal about through his work and philanthropic efforts.
Before you go out and shoot a film, music video, documentary, or really, any video of any kind, at some point you’ll have to ask yourself how you’ll shoot. You might have predetermined restrictions in time and/or budget, in which case, you might not have the funds to pay for a crew. You might not have the money to rent an Alexa. You might not have the money to rent any peripheral accessories whatsoever. The scale of your project might just be you and a camera.
I spent 2018 telling other people’s stories. Now it’s time to reflect on mine.
The post below outlines the struggles of running a small setup, doing things for the greater good, managing your work during a personal crisis and finding connection with yourself in order to sustain fulfilment.
While web series were initially born from traditional forms of entertainment, now they can almost be said – to define the new ways we are entertained. Especially in our jet-fuelled social media era.
Authentic Storytelling Being our most authentic self, showing our vulnerability and rawness can be something most of us shy away from. But really, having a ‘bad’ storyteller show up on shoot can actually make your story more authentic. And people dig it. Think about it. We all connect with each other …
Hola. Welcome to the Round 3 blog! Home of our thoughts about the industry, our stories, tales of what it’s like to actually shoot and produce anything and everything from documentaries to advertisements, to motion graphic animation explainers. We’ll showcase some of the latest techniques, equipment, talk about the trends in the film and video …
Post by Alex Wu Today, I’m going to emphasise the need for creative pre-production through a relatively specific point of view — it might not make a massive difference to your visual style, but it’s hopefully something that could potentially determine how you shoot from now on. Workflow! I want to point out that the …