The LA Film Festival Guide to Supporting Female Filmmakers
With the LA Film Festival upon us, here are some must-sees by female filmmakers.
Opinion: In the Age of Streaming, Indie Films Need a Fair Shot at Awards
An independent filmmaker argues the case for giving all films a chance to win the big awards - not just the ones that get a traditional theatrical release.
Why Are There Bad Movies at Film Festivals?
Breaking down the five types of bad movies you run into at film festivals.
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.
'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.
Why More Film Festivals Should Be Like SXSW
SXSW is huge, unfocused, and overwhelming, and that's a good thing.
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.
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.
China & Netflix: The Two Disruptors That Will Define 2017
How China and Netflix's market dominance will shape 2017 content and beyond.
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.
ShareGrid's Atlanta Launch Party
Kicking off ShareGrid's recent opening in Atlanta, Co-Founders Brent and Marius hosted an event to meet and talk shop with some Atlanta's elite filmmakers.
Perspectives From Atlanta, the “Hollywood of the South”
An in-depth study on the Atlanta film industry.
The Power of Sharing
ShareGrid Raises $1 Million to Build Community Marketplace for Filmmakers and Photographers
Our Members LOVE Their Gear
Last month we sat down with some of our members to talk about their gear, why they love it and why they love sharing it on ShareGrid.