Understanding Style in Cinema (Part Three): Recreating Style

Is there any way on earth that one can develop one’s own movie style? Let’s find out.

Understanding Wireless Video Production (Part Two)

What does it take to make a production set completely ready for wireless video? This article shows you how to get started.

The Ideal Viewfinder for Directors

Want to know how to find the ideal viewfinder for directors? This article gives you a simple guide to finding your ideal soul mate.

An Overview of the different Stages of Pre-production (Part Two)

A solid pre-production is the key to any successful production. Let’s break down the stages involved in pre-production and explain their importance.

Three Great Books for Directors, on Directing

Three Great Books for Directors, on Directing, how to direct and handle yourself on a set.

Film School or Not?

Here’s my latest video on the subject: This article was written in 2012, but it’s still relevant today! My uncle taught himself how to drive with a borrowed car. He learned the hard way. I learnt driving in a school, with a one-on-one instructor. Both of us can drive. I went to a school because […]

The Top 3 Directors of All Time

If Sidney Lumet has been my guru, then, as far as film direction is concerned, these are the directors I look up to as a role models of the highest order: 1. Akira Kurosawa   Akira Kurosawa holds the number one position, being the most prolific, successful, artistic and commercial of the three directors. He’s […]