To help make 2019 your most creative year yet, SubHub has compiled a list of the best online resources for all budding video-makers. Annnnd Action!
1. Film Riot
Hosted by the hyper-active Ryan Connolly, Film Riot offers fantastically fast-paced how-to videos for all stages of production. If you’re thinking of starting a project, head here first.
2. Indy Mogul
On a similar note, Indy Mogul also provide tutorials for low-budget filmmakers looking to improve their skills, with a library of over 1,200 videos.
3. Free Music Archive
An easy-to-use service that boasts thousands of copyright-free MP3’s, all available to download completely free of charge.
5. Shooting People
Billed as the ‘Network for Independent Film Creatives’, Shooting People hosts regular blogs, competitions and events. A great community to join.
‘At the Heart of Indie Filmmaking since 1992’, Raindance can boast premiering Pulp Fiction, Memento and The Blair Witch Project at its annual film festival.
A funky alternative to PowerPoint or Keynote, PowToon promises to ‘easily evolve your presentation to awesomeness!’. A simple and intuitive tool that allows you to create animated videos and share them online, free-of-charge.
An online magazine, bringing you latest news, tips and techniques used by the pros. There are also forums that you can dip into for expert advice.
9. Art of the Guillotine
A comprehensive guide to all things in the film editing world, with in-depth blogs, video tutorials and a series of podcasts.
10. Sound Bible
Amplify your production with just about any audio clip you could imagine. Cracking thunder, whirling winds, and heavy rain are just a click away. Again, free-of-charge.