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Jul 25, 2017
Filmsupply Presents: 'Fukuro' by Mindcastle
Mindcastle’s latest experimental film — and the second installment of our Filmsupply Presents series — is a testament to the power of creative improvisation and whim. Shot in two contrasting locations (an abandoned swimming pool and a Japanese superm...
Jul 19, 2017
How Bennett Johnson Made a Documentary Music Video in the Middle of a Protest
Werner Herzog says that risk is the lifeblood of cinema. If that’s true, then Bennett Johnson’s documentary music video for Foreign Field’s “Hope Inside the Fire” is one of the most alive films we’ve seen all year...
Jul 18, 2017
Neighborhood Film Co. is Changing the World Three Lives at a Time
Using the art of film for good is not a new idea, but it’s normally seen in the final product — in the actual film. One company is reframing this idea by changing lives through the process of making a film, by creating opportunities for those who nee...
Jun 29, 2017
Cutting Under Pressure: Carlos Flores on Short Deadlines
There’s an old saying: “First thought, best thought.” It might sound like a dangerous philosophy. But then that would be overthinking it. The point is: you have to trust your instincts. And when you’re...
Jun 29, 2017
A Congratulations to the Filmsupply Winners at Cannes Lions
We work with some very talented filmmakers. It’s something we don’t need to remind ourselves often, because we get the privilege to work with many of them on a regular basis. But it’s weeks like this that truly show how influential they are in our in...
Jun 20, 2017
Trust the Process: An Interview with ‘Master of None’ Editor Jennifer Lilly
Jennifer Lilly’s career path has been what you might call “traditional.” After starting as a PA on the big box office Hollywood film 'The Siege', Jennifer apprenticed in Woody Allen’s cutting room on 'Sweet and Lowdown' before she landed a small edit...
Jun 13, 2017
The Editing Techniques Behind 'Captain Fantastic'
When we called editor Joseph Krings, there was a familiar voice in the background. “That was Kevin Spacey,” Joseph said, moving into another room while his co-editors continued refining a scene from their upcoming film *Rebel in the Rye*, about the i...
May 17, 2017
Go Behind an Epic 40-Day Shoot for Nat Geo's Origins Series
Evolve doesn’t wait around for dream projects to come along. They take whatever project they’re working on and make it into a dream project. Case in point: their latest endeavor, a 16-film series for Nat Geo’s new show Origins: The Journey of Humanki...
Apr 25, 2017
Framework: A Visual Breakdown with Autumn Durald
“Not to sound cocky or anything, but I actually think it’s kind of easy to make something look good,” Autumn Durald told us. She’s the acclaimed cinematographer behind feature films like 'Palo Alto' and 'One and Two', as well as music videos for band...
Apr 18, 2017
How to Shoot a Car Chase: Advice from Shane Hurlbut, ASC
Since *Steve McQueen*’s iconic 10-minute car chase scene in the 1968 film *Bullitt* (widely considered to be the first proper car chase in movie history), things have gotten really out of hand — in the best possible way...
Revolutionizing Stock Footage