A great way to improve your skills as a filmmaker is to watch the best filmmakers do what they do best-make films.
Making films is an art form that takes a great deal of time to master. Unlike many art forms, it’s fairly easy to experience the best masterpieces. You won’t need to travel to the Smithsonian or Modern Museum of Art. You won’t need a tour guide. And, best of all, you can experience everything from the comfort of your sofa. While the best movie going experience is usually in a theater (at least when you get a good seat and don’t have to deal with obnoxious people nearby,) it doesn’t take much equipment to have a great viewing experience at home. Real film schools are expensive-this film school will only cost the price of a few rentals at your friendly neighborhood video store, or asking a friend with a well-stocked DVD library to borrow a few movies. And over the course of your studies, you’ll amass film tips like crazy.
Editing: Sofa Film Schools