Eight years of marriage...One forgotten anniversary. Starring Michael Herrin and Tiffany Underwood. Produced by husband and wife filmmakers Ray and Migdalia Etheridge in the old style of black and white television.
Noah sent his wife a Chrisymas card...or did he? Stars Gregory Lee Cason and Lara Seidel. Produced by husband-and-wife filmmakers Ray and Migdalia Etheridge.
Conrad's wife cheerfully informs her husband that he's not getting any younger. Stars Aimee Bowen and Bradley Bowen. Produced by husband-and-wife filmmakers Ray and Migdalia Etheridge.
All that she wanted was a "night out"... Stars Frank Leonard Eramo and Lisa Leonard. Produced by husband-and-wife filmmakers Ray and Migdalia Etheridge in the style of the old '50s TV comedies.
Hazel bets the rent money on a horse. Stars Ray Alger and Cherie Mason. Produced by husband and wife filmmakers Ray and Migdalia Etheridge. They have produced a dozen no-budget feature films, and numerous shorts and documentaries. Check them out on IMDB.
Stella wants her husband to get some accident insurance...even if it kills him. Stars Madison Conradis and Zack Roundy. Produced by husband-and-wife filmmakers Ray and Migdalia Etheridge, in the style of old 50s television.
Introducing a new website for filmmakers who want to attract support for their film projects.
Sean Clark caught up with the filmmakers and cast of Saw III at the 2006 San Diego Comic Con. An original video production by Andrew Kasch. Originally on DreadCentral.com.
Clip from a fascinating interview with the Oscar-nominated documentary filmmakers of "Jesus Camp", Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady on The Alcove with Mark Molaro in New York.
is it possible to direct, film, record sound and star DO EVERYTHING in your own short? This was my very first production as a filmmaker
This is just a short clip featuring some of the products offered on MollyMFG.com Our goal is to provide high qaulity camera dollies at indie prices to help aspiring filmmakers bridge the gap between ameteur and Pro shots.
FILMMAKING SECRET #11: âHOLLYWOODâS BIG LIEâ will quickly get you out of naivety!
Remember, FILMMAKING is not just an art-form... It's a BUSINESS!
If you, as a first-time filmmaker want to guarantee a profit on your feature film, then you must not be ignorant with respect to Hollywood Studios talking about “filmmaking”. The real secret is that it is not about “filmmaking”…it is all about “film marketing”.
Ever wonder why it's called "FILMMAKING"? The answer lies within.
Become your own journalist, reporter, producer, director as well as filmmaking, all you need is a cheap Cam Recorder, like this one I got on the Internet, then carry it about with you and start filming, type my name Clive Worth in any search engine to see my world of fame,
This tutorial is how to make it seem as though you are leaping over a big gap. It is more of a filmmaking technique and is a staple in many popular action movies today.
Difficulty: 2 out of 5
Editing Requirements: None