Narration in Film and Video: A Guide to Off-Commentary
Know-how

Narration in Film and Video: A Guide to Off-Commentary

November 29, 2016 Videothink Team 0

Narration, the voice off-screen that accompanies the images, comes together to create a unity in film and video. That is why it is an essential aspect of the overall conception in moving image communication and should already be planned and thought out in a project’s scripting stages. […]

Production Value in Film and Video Production
Know-how

Production Value in Film and Video

November 15, 2016 Videothink Team 0

Production Value sets the professionals apart from the wannabes. It’s a clear indicator of experience, know-how and talent. A guide on how to optimise your usage of one of the most important terms in film and video production. […]

Adrian Teijido, the man who shot Pablo Escobar (with a camera)
Interview

Adrian Teijido, the man who shot Pablo Escobar (with a camera)

November 8, 2016 Videothink Team 0

Adrian Teijido (53) is one of the most established Directors of Photography (DoP) in Brazil, working all over the world. Videothink had the opportunity to interview Adrian on location in Colombia, where he is preparing to shoot the third season of Narcos, the Netflix series about the infamous drug lord Pablo Escobar that is making headlines all over the world. […]

Communications with Film and Video: What a producer won’t tell you
Opinion

Communications with Film and Video: What a producer won’t tell you

November 1, 2016 Kristian Widmer 1

Before a surgeon operates on his patient, he’s legally obliged to inform his subject of the potential risks. It’s different when it comes to film producers and video makers. The gap in knowledge here between those who provide and those who contract a service is in fact often times equally as vast as between a doctor and a patient. But when it comes to who says what to whom, when and how in film production, there are no set rules in the realm of the moving image. 10 things a producer would never tell you. […]