Be diligent with your casting.
Make sure your talent is prepped and comfortable being on camera. Let them know what they’ll be doing beforehand, and if they need to bring any specific wardrobe. If you’ll be working with kids or animals, make sure the parents/owners are prepped similarly. You may also need a set teacher/animal trainer.
We asked a few of our clients from different organizations for their insight on what they’ve learned working with video production vendors. For the second part of this series, we chatted with Cathy Casey, former Divisional Director of Corporate Relations & Special Events at The Salvation Army California South Division.Read More
We asked a few of our clients from different organizations for their insight on what they’ve learned working with video production vendors. For the first part of this series, we chatted with Nicole Trevor, Director of Communications at Flintridge Preparatory School.Read More
If you want your post-production phase to run on time and on budget, this blog is for you! Included are helpful tips on how best to communicate feedback clearly and effectively to your production company.Read More
At this point, you have written an RFP, identified a strong vendor candidate, and scheduled a meeting with them. You might be wondering what you should prepare for the first meeting.Read More