Ithaca Deng and Hao Zheng discuss their short film, “The Chef,” as well as their creative process, inspirations, and how it feels to be in consideration for an Oascar.
Interview: ‘Things That Fall’ Creators Talk Inclusion, Representation, and Qualifying for the Oscars
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Being a good researcher requires both self-awareness and creativity. Here are tips for how to research before you ever put pen to paper or pixels to screen.
Learn how to photograph the Northern Lights clearly and creatively—and obtain satisfactory results, even on your first try.
Reed Rickert, National Geographic Wild to Inspire Short Contest winner, shares with Submittable what it was like to win and attend Sun Valley Film Festival.
Emerging filmmakers can struggle without the built-in institutional support of college. In this article, Kristal Sotomayor offers tips for persevering.
Whether you are a new photographer—or seeking to jumpstart your creative practice—these five ideas from Gail Overstreet may help.
Sell sad poems a.k.a when the money required for production and marketing apparently dictates that we behave as if poetry were a capitalistic enterprise.
Adventure videography and photography tips Brian Christianson to help you prepare for documenting your next outdoor activity.