Why Are There Bad Movies at Film Festivals?
Breaking down the five types of bad movies you run into at film festivals.
The Sony a9 - Is Mirrorless Photography the Future?
Hear from professionals about the new Sony a9 and what it means for mirrorless photography in a DSLR world. Is the writing on the wall?
How to Prepare and Promote Your Film for Festivals
Promotion is an essential part of the film festival process.
Why Full Frame Lenses Expose the Future of Cinema Cameras
Lens experts try to explain the meaning of full frame glass and what it means for the future of cinematography.
How the Writers' Strike Reveals Truths About the Film Industry
The writers' struggle for fair pay says a lot about the industry we all work in. Here is what you need to know about the Writers' Strike.
8 Ways To Make Money as a Photographer Without Selling a Picture
Diversifying income is the name of the game for freelancer photographers.
5 Things to Know Before NAB 2017
Keep your eyes on Panavision, Cooke, Canon, Sony and the list goes on.
KEH: A Massive Warehouse Packed with Cameras and Vintage Gear
The enormous amount of gear at KEH hides some overlooked gems of camera history.
Chase Jarvis on How to Master a Jack-of-All-Trades Film Career
Chase Jarvis shares his secrets to being a master jack-of-all-trades as a filmmaker/photographer.
A Shift in Focus: Why Blackmagic Cameras are for Everyone Now
Blackmagic's Director of Sales Talks the new direction of the company's cameras.
'Silvio': Turning a Vine Character into a SXSW Feature
From Vine to the silver screen at the Atlanta Film Festival. The amazing story of the indie-film, Silvio.
Why it's Important to Talk About Women in Film
Five female filmmakers talk about the importance of this conversation.
'Dave Made a Maze': Creating a Cardboard World on an Indie Budget
The Slamdance hit opened up the Atlanta Film Festival in a lively way.
Color Grading Doesn't Have to be a Chore, Just Ask the Creator of Color Finale
The creator of Color Finale and Color Grading Central shares his story.
Why More Film Festivals Should Be Like SXSW
SXSW is huge, unfocused, and overwhelming, and that's a good thing.
Is the ARRI Alexa Mini the Most Versatile Cinema Camera?
Two Alexa Mini owners talk about building the perfect camera rig.
8 Great Tax Tips for Filmmakers
Here are some tax tips on how you can save money and avoid nightmares as an artist.
The Vintage Lens Craze, Explained
There's more than one reason to choose vintage lenses for your next project.
A 10-Year Filmmaking Career on YouTube, From the Director of "Dog Wick"
Director, Clint Jones, talks about the changing landscape for filmmakers on YouTube.
Celebrating Films from the 7 Banned Muslim Countries
In light of President Trump's travel ban, we look for answers in cinema.
The Oscar for Best Cinematography (Shot on a RED) Goes to...
RED rarely gets Oscar love, so we're creating our own category just for REDs.
5 Shutterstock Tips for Maximizing Your Content in 2017
Shutterstock's Creative Director helps us understand the company's unique findings.
Celebrating 5 Great Female DPs from 2016
The Oscars ignored female DPs again, so we're calling out five of our favorites from last year.
The Rise and Fall of the Digital Bolex, As Told by Its Founder
Joe Rubinstein's inside look at victories and heartbreaks of creating a game-changing cinema camera from nothing.
What to Expect if You're Trump's White House Photographer
The White House Photographer is a storied position. How will it change under President Trump?
Sundance Sees a Bright Future for Short Films
Sundance sees the potential for short film success with SundanceNow.
How to Emulate the Greatest Tracking Shots in History (for Cheap!)
Great tracking shots are easier than ever thanks to DJI, Panasonic, and others.
Top Ten Rented Gear of 2016
Here's a breakdown of the top ten most rented items on ShareGrid for 2016.
China & Netflix: The Two Disruptors That Will Define 2017
How China and Netflix's market dominance will shape 2017 content and beyond.
Not Everyone Needs a GoPro, and That's a Good Thing
It's better for GoPro and its customers if we all stop pretending that everyone needs one.
Happy Holidays: 18 Useful Gifts for Any Filmmaker
Gifts that can help your career and won't break the bank.
Barry Lyndon: How to Shoot Like Stanley Kubrick for Under $6,000
How to low-light shoot like Stanley Kubrick on a budget.
Feeding Your Crew: The Art to a Happy Film Set
This Thanksgiving, give your crew something to be thankful for. FOOD!
Inside FRiFF: The Flying Robot International Drone Film Festival
ShareGrid is proud to be partnering with one of the world's most unique film festivals about drones.
Is the NEW Canon C700 cinema camera worth $30k? My First Impressions.
Check out my first impressions of the NEW Canon C700 cinema camera. From Global shutter, to 4K to internal ProRes recording, let's discuss if $30k is worth the investment of Canon's flagship camera.
YouTube vs. Vimeo vs. Facebook: Which is Right for Your Videos?
Choosing where to post your video can be tricky. Here's a guide between YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook.
5 Things to Remember When You're Location Scouting
Five tips to save you a location headache while scouting for your next film.
Filmmaker Stories from a Year in New York
In celebration of our first year in New York, five of ShareGrid's most successful NY members share their experiences on the site.
How Action Cameras Have Changed Filmmaking
How have action cameras like the GoPro changed filmmaking as we know it? In more ways than one.