We run regular 'film weeks' and encourage all our students to explore and understand, even at a basic level, the roles of the people who will work around them. Until you've handled cameras, worked with sound or had to spend time perfecting lighting, you just cannot appreciate the complimentary crafts that operate around you on a set. Recently we hosted students from a Film School and we asked them to share their 5 top tips that could help anyone create a better outcome when making a student film. Here's what they had to say...
By following these tips, you can improve your skills, create high-quality films, and start to build the foundations for your future in the film industry.
This blog os co-authored by The ISA Team