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Two awesome but well shot motorbike scenes

Two awesome but well shot motorbike scenesThinking back to what has been emphatically confirmed as the last ever The Fast and the Furious movie to be made, particularly since Paul Walker’s tragic death in his beloved but dangerously set up Porsche, one also thinks about how many hundreds of action movies have been made over the years where motor cars of all shapes and sizes continue to be the wheels of choice when it comes to hit and run and cut to the chase scenes.

Motorbikes rarely get a look in but when they do, some of those scenes really do make a splash.

You know that feeling when a song is stuck in your head

For one thing, filming authentic wheelie scenes where motor cycles are going at full throttle are not easy to do. Filming the actors in their mobile carriages is hard enough. Getting some of the ladies to sit still and put on their stylish ladies’ bike helmets is quite another thing. Some of the actresses out there are quite the pretentious divas. One can’t help thinking of Catherine Zeta-Jones’ character in America’s Sweetheart (along with Julia Roberts, Billy Crystal and John Cusack).

One also wonders whether the younger Anna Kendrick and some her peers would have been a better fit for playing spoiled divas with nothing to show for their success other than their doting and helpful sisters and their ongoing superficial popularity.

But we were talking about classic motorbike scenes, weren’t we. There are two scenes stuck in this writer’s mind right about now. You know that feeling where you have a song with striking lyrics stuck in your head and you just can’t seem to remove it in spite of humming the words over and over again? Like that, same thing, only different pictures.

The memorable bike scenes

And most certainly different sounds. Like the revving of Will Smith’s ancient but well looked after bike which he is able to rev off on at top speed, dodging dozens of short-wired androids until the inevitable tailspin which sees to it that the legendary bike is sacrificed out of this thrilling scene sequence. Whether Smith the actor or Mr. Smith the actor’s stunt driver was seen, both were safe, wearing full-faced helmets with smart visors which only bike fans would truly appreciate. talk in-depth about the safety features inherited from choosing the right helmet.

The great T E Lawrence wore one of those old leather strap-on caps when he quietly went flying over the ditch after carousing at break-neck speed in spite of the warning signs ahead. Perhaps he didn’t see them this time around? But this eccentric man had quite a life as David Lean’s extremely long Lawrence of Arabia shows. Then there were not many bikes or cars but plenty of Arabian thoroughbreds and the usual herds of moping camels.

We would have liked to name and note a few more scenes but our time is up for now. Now that I think about it, Nicholas Cage’s Ghost Rider is beginning to trouble me too.

Movies With the Best Explosion Scenes

Explosion scenes in movies are so exciting and stunning that viewers are left spell bound at the extent of destruction portrayed. High budget films usually have exploding scenes in them. The massive fireball explosion is set at the end or beginning to draw viewers’ attention.

While the quieter films do have their share of rapt audience, it is the explosive scenes, which kindle the young action loving kid in us. The mind numbing explosions rank high in the list of visually appealing scenes in movies.

With special effects evolving into a hi-tech phenomenon now, the explosion scenes are even more massive and heart stopping. Explosions are an inevitable addition to action thrillers and spy movies with the same goal of destruction. .

Here is a list of some of the biggest explosions filmed ever. The explosions are not only visually pleasing in these movies but serve as a turning point or climax of the movie.

Fight Club

giphyTyler Durden’s long and interesting self-discovery journey explodes into an awesome destructive ballet as Mission Mayhem concludes. The explosive skyline is just a remarkable sight!

V for Vendetta

2847-v-vendetta-and-vfx_0The two-minute explosion in this film towards the end when V, the phantom freedom fighter, blows up the parliament building in London is a real coup here. The explosion gives an impressive display that is a blend of carnage and celebration that symbolizes the character of V who has to destroy in order to liberate.


The explosion in this movie is used to kill the threatening mammoth white shark. Brody shoots quite a dynamic bomb right into the shark’s mouth in what is considered as one of the best explosions scenes ever in movie history. While this is about a bomb-induced explosion in a fish, there are scenes that feature explosion inside an aquarium. Jackie Chan movie First Strike has one big aquarium explosion scene, which lets the shark held inside free. Big aquariums such as one in this movie need good filters such as those at


Needless to mention, but this entire movie is about blowing something or someone, which Sylvester Stallone does with relish. And viewers have lapped it all up, in spite of the sequels featuring similar fare.

Independence Day

This is another movie, which survives on explosions. If you look at it closely, you will find that it is an excellent compilation of explosions. From government building and revered monuments to skyscrapers, everything is reduced to dust in this movie.  While explosion are mostly part of high budget films you can find exploding scenes in comedies too. The film Duece Bigalow Male Gigalow is a comedy, which has huge aquarium tanks exploding in the movie. Sometimes-poor quality glass in the tank can also cause an explosion, but not of the calibre seen in this movie. With good quality tank and proper maintenance, using efficient Fish Tank Filters it is possible to prevent harm to the fish, tank and the surrounding.

Inglourious Basterds

This 2009 Quentin Tarantino movie is notorious for its extreme violence, which served as its downfall eventually. While the movie ending has come under controversy for its inaccurate portrayal of history, the end of the dictator in this movie is a deserved one. The mindless explosions are sure to put a blot on your day.

Movies That Tickle Your Taste Buds

Food enthusiasts need not eat delicious food to fulfil their food fantasies, just having their eyes’ fill of the delectable and delicious fare can set them off on their food fantasy. True food lovers use all their senses to enjoy food. Movies serve as a visually stimulating medium for all, especially food enthusiasts. Here are movies that food enthusiasts love to watch.


This 2014 movie has Jon Favreau playing the role of Carl a chef in a ritzy restaurant. He is frustrated by the dull and monotonous menu his boss had created. One fine day he speaks out his mind and loses his job as a result. But everything ends well, as he goes back to his roots making a living out of selling Cuban sandwiches in his food truck along with his son.


This popular film is set in an upscale French restaurant.  A rat with a connoisseur’s taste helps a garbage boy Alfredo Linguini played by Lou Romano to realize their dream of becoming famous chefs.  Food preparation is always considered an arduous task. But with appliances such as the meat grinder available at difficult tasks are easily accomplished and you get a tasty and delicious meal to savour in a short time.

The Lunchbox

This movie released in 2013 is about Ila, a neglected young wife played by Nimrat Kaur. Ila in an all-out effort to rekindle her husband’s love sends a very special lunch through a big courier service in the city. The package is mistakenly sent to Irfan Khan, a widower and this starts a deluded but nevertheless a sweet relationship.

Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs

This 2009 film by Amblin Entertainment has Bill Hader playing the role of a misfit scientist- Flint Lockwood. He invents a machine that can change water to food, but this goes awry when all the water in the atmosphere is converted to food. For meatball lovers, this film is a sure entertainer. Meatballs taste better when they are made from scratch and using a top quality meat grinder such as SUNMILE SM G31 helps a lot.


This film by Miramax entertainment released in 2000 focuses on the universal love of chocolate. Vianne played by Juliette Binoche is a single mother who moves to a rural region in France planning to open a chocolaterie near the local church.  The sweet indulgences and hours they keep create a big uproar in the rural town, which further worsens by the entry of Roux played by Johnny Depp, a gypsy. But in the end it is the almighty chocolate that wins hands down.

Big Night

This film has two Italian brothers Primo played by Tony Shalhoub and Secondo played by Stanley Tucci. The emigrant family had opened up an Italian eatery in New York. Primo exhibits true Latin fervour when he refuses to acquiesce the wishes of the patrons idea of Italian fare. His brother Secondo is a perfect foil smooth talking his way into making the restaurant a successful one. But all ideals are set aside, when they are required to cook for a gala concert, which they think is the big night that will change their fortune.

Boats in films

Boats in films

Boats have captured the attention of movie fans for a long time. The huge steamboat that sails in the Amazon in Fitzcarraldo and Waterworld’s trimaran are definite attractions that moviegoers would remember with pleasure. While ship take a giant share of attention, smaller vessels such as Das Boot’s U-96, the shrimping vessel in Forrest Gump and The inferno in The Goonies have garnered equal amount of enthralled audience. Here is a list of some of the best movies featuring boats in starring role.

Steamboat Willie

This animation film has Mickey Mouse piloting a steamboat on a river, as he romances with Minnie Mouse. Mickey entertains Minnie by playing animals, as if they were musical instruments.

The Perfect Storm

This film is a real life tale of a crew in a fishing boat who are besieged by a perfect storm, when they fail to heed to warnings about a hurricane. This film is one of the best movies featuring boats and shows how important it is for boaters to be safe always. From having a sturdy fishing kayak or sailing boat to going out in the right weather, you need to be careful, even when it is a simple fishing trip.


This movie starring Kurt Russel and Goldie Hawn is about a spoiled rich girl who gets amnesia, while falling overboard. The carpenter whom she had treated badly earlier and fired takes revenge by convincing that she is his wife. While normally this may scare you witless, the movie plot manages to make the entire tale a hilarious and absorbing one.


This list is not complete without this iconic Spielberg movie. A giant white shark has its evil way with a small town, but is killed after a professional hunter of sharks, a marine biologist and the town’s police chief come together and destroy it. The movie is still a hot favorite among many film fans young and old.

Captain Phillips

This Tom Hanks film is about the hijacking of a ship by pirates. The movie was both critically and commercially a big hit. This movie is a must- watch movie not only in the boat list but otherwise too.

All is Lost

This is a boating movie, which frightens even a seasoned boater to be cautious, while on the water. The story is about a man’s survival, when he is lost while sailing. Robert Redford is the only cast in this film other than the boat of course and utters only a few words in the entire film.

This movie casts a spell even with just a single cast member. While sailing even if it is on an efficient fishing kayak such as the Wilderness Systems Ride Kayak, you need to take the necessary precautions and make sure you do not lose sight of the shore at any cost. While being on water can be both exhilarating and relaxing, it does not mean you should disregard basic safety measures.

Life of Pi

This movie is one of the recent movies that feature a boat as a prominent cast in the film. This film about how a 16-year-old boy survives from a shipwreck with a lifeboat and Bengal tiger for company is a very compelling story that should not be missed on any account.

Finding your focus and inspiration from the movies

Finding your focus and inspiration from the movies

Ever wondered what truly makes Anna Kendrick tick and how she works wonders with her stagecraft and voice? Still young and truly a star in the making, it should not be long before the rest of the world joins you in admiring her innate talent and charismatic screen presence. Like the writers of appealing posts, most actors and musicians will find inspiration from past performances, sometimes using them to hone their own talents but without ever losing focus of retaining their original persona. Earlier, the challenges of staying calm and focused while performing on stage was mentioned.

Focused training

There’s a lesson for everyone in trying to maintain eye contact. Away from the stage, it is indicative of giving undivided attention to a speaker. The best stage and screen actors and musicians will at some stage of their off-stage working life include mental and physical exercises to enhance their skills of concentration and focused eye contact. While rehearsing, they will also focus their hearts and minds on an area of their lives that helps them bring up the right emotions for that particular scene.


Those who have had the good fortune of attending drama school will know that physical exercises are a necessary part of every actor’s training. Also, think about those Hollywood legends, even those well into middle age, who always look fabulously in shape. It’s a necessary evil given the heroic roles they are cast to play. And they will tell you that it takes a lot of discipline and hard work to maintain those good looks and handsome features. You could just as well compare the training and coaching regimens of actors (and musicians) with that of athletes.


Inspirational themes


The principles are pretty much the same. And like actors, athletes need their inspiration too. An earlier post also listed admiringly favorite characters who are all brave and skilled archers. One character, John Rambo, could remind you of one of the most inspiring films made in the last thirty years or so. Audiences, young and old, have by now seen Rocky, one of the most famous sports movies of all time. Staying with this theme for a moment, boxing is a great way to teach both actors and sportsmen and women how to maintain good eye contact.


In this contact sport, the eyes are a strategic weapon. Like other sports, using the right equipment is also important. If you are interested to learn more you could go to this website and read a little further. Coincidentally, Anna will probably agree with this, epic films are effective when they have a great theme song to support the story. Eye of the Tiger is one such memorable soundtrack from one of the Rocky sequels.



Readers will agree that there are many movies and songs that inspire them, so much so that it prompts them to do courageous things, much like Anna Kendrick and her industry peers are doing right now.


10 Cool Movie Archers Who Make Bows Rock

10 Cool Movie Archers Who Make Bows Rock

There is no arguing the fact that guns and swords are the most common movie weapons, but bows have been steadily gathering popularity over the years. There has always been a place for archery on the screen, especially in fantasy and historical films. However, movie releases over the last two decades took its popularity to a new level as almost every good picture film features a cool archer. We’ve compiled a top 10 of our favorite “bow wielders” from the screen.

  1. Legolas from Lord of the Rings.
    Elves were known as the best archers, which we can definitely see in the Lord of the Rings. However, no one is as good as Legolas when it comes to shooting a target in the eye from a distance of two football fields. This elf definitely makes the rest of his kind proud by being one of the coolest archers to ever feature on the big screen. Legolas’s archery makes the movies’ fights scenes much more captivating.
  2. Neytiri from Avatar.
    Avatar became a cult movie the moment it was released on the screen in 2009. Its success is staggering, and it definitely helped promote archery as a sport. Neytiri, the movie’s heroine, looks incredibly cool when taking down the biggest movie villain with an accurate shot.
  3. Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games.
    Katniss is the reason for many a girl saying “I want that cool bow” and taking up archery after watching the movie. The girl is more than good with a bow, she’s simply brilliant. However, the most relevant thing about this particular archer-heroine is the fact that she shows how a bow can beat other weapons and help one survive in extreme situations.
  4. John Rambo from Rambo.
    The things John Rambo can do with a bow defy reason at times, but there is no arguing the fact that he looks cool while doing them. Rambo proves that archery is a great way to both, hunt and slay villains.
  5. Hawkeye from The Avengers.
    Hawkeye is another movie hero who promotes archery among the youth of today. His stunts are amazing and he shows how really helpful a bow can be in almost any situation.
  6. Abigail Whistler from Blade: Trinity.
    No vampire movie goes without at least one archer. Abigail Whistler shows us how bowhunters stalk and slay their unsuspecting prey from a safe distance and dispatch supernatural enemies before they get a chance to retaliate.
  7. Robin Hood.
    There are so many screen adaptations of the tale of Robin Hood that listing them all makes no sense. What matters for us is that every single one of them features Robin with his favorite weapon, a bow that he uses to become the legendary protector of the poor.
  8. Lewis from Deliverance.
    Lewis is a character who shows us how badass one can look wielding a bow. In his hands, this weapon is truly lethal and frightening.
  9. Andromeda from Wrath of the Titans.
    Andromeda is a hunting goddess from the Ancient Greece, so it’s a given that she is a true master of a bow, her weapon of choice. She wields it in battle as well as on her sacred hunting grounds.
  10. Princess Merida from Brave.
    We can see archery promoted not only in movies for adults. Princess Merida, a role model for many young girls is an excellent archer who inspired many children.

Memorable Swimming Pool Movie Scenes

Swimming pool scenes are by and large part of many movies. Movie stars love swimming pool scenes, as it is the perfect opportunity to show off their toned and superb form, whether it is a male or female actor. In fact, movie stars and swimming pools are inseparable both on screen and off it. Most of the celebrity residences flaunt amazingly big and unique swimming pools, which were once considered as a luxury.  In movies, swimming pools offer the perfect backdrop for provocative or glamourous scenes. Here are a few memorable scenes set in a swimming pool.

Harold and Maude

This 1971 movie starring Bud Cort as Harold, and Ruth Gordon as Maude has this swimming pool scene where Harold tries to get his mother’s attention by yet another fake suicide attempt. His mother stays impervious to his desperate attempts and this scene is a memorable one of the various measures Harold tries. Incidentally, this movie features in the top 100 funniest movies of all time by the American Film Institute. The movie had also a Broadway stage version. Swimming pool scenes while looking great on screen can be a big vexation, especially when there are several retakes and the pool water is too cold. A properly heated pool can make a big difference to the time you spend in the pool.

Fast Times at Ridgemont High

This 1982 film featuring Judge Reinhold and Phoebe Cates has Reinhold, who plays Brad, arrive home and hitting the bathroom right away, when Phoebe catches his attention via the window in the bathroom. Movie trivia reveals that Cates was very reluctant to play the topless scene, as she was certain neighbours could see her from their rooftops easily.

Meet the parents

This 2000 film has a hilarious pool scene where Ben Stiller is featured playing pool volleyball. In his hasty attempt to please, his girlfriend’s parents, Ben strikes the ball directly into the face of his girlfriend. Pool volleyball is a fun way to pass the time in the pool. With good heating systems such as the PENTAIR POOL HEATER, you will be able to enjoy your pool throughout the year.

Back to School

This 1986 film has Rodney Dangerfield playing Thornton Melon. The film is noted for Rodneys’ riveting one-liners. In the pool scene featured in the film, Thornton Melon performs his evergreen Triple Lindy.  The swimming scenes for this film were filmed at the Country Club situated in City of Industry, which is about 25 miles from Hollywood.

The Graduate

This 1967 movie starring Anne Bancroft and Dustin Hoffman has a wonderful swimming pool scene. The scene begins with, ‘Sound of Silence’ song and ends with April Come She Will another Simon & Garfunkel number, when Hoffman who plays Benjamin in the film enters the pool again and looks up at the Robinsons. The Taft Hotel shots in the movie were taken at the famous Ambassador Hotel, which incidentally was the place where Robert Kennedy, the US Senator and candidate for Presidency at that time was killed about six months after the movie was released.

Tips for Wildlife Film Making

Wildlife filmmaking can be quite overwhelming for a beginner. Watching the National Geographic channel is inspiration enough, but to become skilled at showing such iconic vistas, nature in its pristine form and capturing rare wild life behavior is something else.

While you think that you need a highly sophisticated and expensive camera to accomplish all these and not to mention support of a big channel like National Geographic channel, it is not always so. You can give an equally good footage with your existing equipment. Here are some tips to help you.

Basic steps

While you capture amazing animal behavior, it is easy to be engrossed in the action before you, and slip out on the camera fundamentals. For a clear, sharp, and excellent image, you should begin with crash zoom for focusing. Using the rule of thirds is a great way to compose the picture and ensure you expose precisely on the subject. When you have done the above things, you can be assured of the exact reflection of the image, as you see it on a television screen later.

While you are out trudging in the wild, having the right gear on would keep you comfortable. Filming wildlife is similar to hunting in many ways. The only difference here is you don’t snag the prey. Otherwise, the stalking and waiting are all the same. And to ensure you are safe in the wild having gear like the efficient tactical knife helps a lot.

Tripod use

Wild animals are different from domestic animals and very cautious about human interruption. So you need to use the zoom for close up or mid shots. A tripod is therefore essential. Make sure the tripod head is flexible. This way you can get stable shots and follow the wildlife action.

Focus down

Other than animals like the giraffe and elephant, most wild animals are shorter than humans are. You need to get down, so you are at their eye level so they will look larger than life. This creates a more intense appeal for the audience, and gives the footage spectacular backdrops. While filming make sure you take the necessary precautions. Don’t venture too near the animals and always have safety equipment and gear such as the Zero Tolerance Folding knife, click here.

Audio is vital

Audio gives life to the images you capture and its importance cannot be stressed enough.  Most of the needed audio comes from the ambient sounds present in nature. So try to record the natural sounds as much as possible without any other sounds marring the effect. You should keep quiet when recording and most importantly plug in your audio and ensure it is in recording mode always.


Capturing the subject with the sun in the backdrop is a difficult maneuver, as you cannot balance the exposure between the background and your subject easily. Unless you specifically want a silhouette effect, using the sun as background should not be attempted.  Instead, ensure the subject is in front of the sun, so it gets maximum lighting and your images turn out looking awesome.

Best Roles Of Anna Kendrick

A seasoned artist never fails to deliver. Anna Kendrick is one such artist who has vowed audiences with her killer performances. Her recent Pitch Perfect 2 is proof enough. Her role, Beca in the film has retained her place as one of the most captivating of Hollywood’s leading divas.  As one of the college leaders of The Bellas, a Capella team, she has come up with a good one. Here are some of her other roles, which had brought her into limelight in Hollywood.


This film had Anna Kendrick performing as Fritzi Wagner, a calculating but meek actor. Despite her role being a minor one and a debut for her, she managed to pull it off splendidly. Her dazzling act with flawless timing in comedy and the right nuances was noticed and applauded. The film is about a teenagers’ group in Camp, a musical theater. With such a backdrop, the film has several classic Broadway performance shows to enjoy.  Kendrick plays an introvert who shifts into a ruthless opportunist who doesn’t fear even killing to get the coveted role in the show.  Kendrick received a nomination for the Independent Spirit Award for her performance as Fritzi.

The Twilight Saga

This is a highly successful series with millions of fans all over the world. Anna Kendric plays the role of Jessica Stanley. Of the five films in the series, Kendrick appears in four albeit occasionally. As a friend of Bella (Kirsten Stewart), Jessica puts up a good show as the kindhearted sympathizer of Bella, all the while burning with envy at Bella’s love life. Even a non-fan would find Anna Kendrick’s act, which blends manic energy and layered comedy, quite wonderful. She has excellent comedy timing coupled with good dress sense. From her make up to her prim and proper shoes, she chooses well.

Up in the Air

In this flick with George Clooney, Anna Kendrick plays the role of Natalie Keener. The trio Clooney, Kendrick and Jason Bateman rocked in the film. Her role in the film, where she has the job of a corporate consultant who deals with companies all over the country and does the dirty work of firing their employees was praised by Manohla Dargis of New York Times as an attention grabbing one, which is in itself a big feat.  Kendrick received an Academy Award nomination in the category of Best Supporting Actress for her role in this film.

The Last Five Years

Kendrick plays the role of Cathy Hiatt in this off-Broadway musical performance.  Her role as an actress who marries an upcoming writer is charismatic and brave, so much so that even if the film falters down the line, she keeps up the tempo with her stellar performance. Her fashionable dresses grab attention and so are her shoes. In fact, she’d manage to look dazzling even in comfortable shoes such as those available at this website.

End of Watch

In this super realistic crime story, Anna Kendrick plays the role of Janet, the wife of a gritty LAPD officer, Brian (Jake Gyllenhaal).She provides the perfect foil of light hearted optimism to the violence the story portrays. She motivates her husband and his partner to fight for survival.

Making a Movie? Here’s Must Know Tips

Making a Movie Heres Must Know Tips

If you are ever engaged in shooting amateur film, then you know that it requires more knowledge and skill than simply turning on the camera. You need to know a lot about movement, light, how to follow the story, in which space to put it, what music to use … A lot of knowledge acquired from work and experience. If you are not shooting until now, but you plan to, then read these tips, which will prevent some beginner mistakes.

  1. Create as many shots. Today, it is easy to make more shots of one scene because you have access to digital technology that is eventually limited by memory. Previously, a lot of shooting were a waste of film tapes and money at the same time. Quite limiting factors. Given that you have the ability to record and delete easily, use it. This is an advantage! Shoot one scene several times. Use a variety of angles and perspectives, different lighting. Later, during editing, you will have the choice of shots, not just one that may not be good and cannot be repaired.
  2. Edit and record in no particular order. Take the opportunity for a good shot every time you look it. Do not miss it just because it doesn’t fit into the sequence of shots currently. Editing in the software allows you to insert scenes later, in the order that suits you. So there is no reason to skip something interesting because later you can simply insert it anywhere you want!
  3. Play with the proximity of the footage. If you just set the camera to record an event in front of it, is a good way to make a boring and monotonous footage. Pay attention to movies with good cinematography. You will see that there are broad scenes, middle scenes and close up scenes that are alternately changed and give dynamic to the film. So, play around with the proximity of footage. If it is necessary to include a wider view, use the wide screen frame. If you want to include events that involve several people, use the middle frame. If you want to focus on one person or on certain details of your story, use a close-up footage.
  4. Be careful with your movements. If you have ever watched how they make a big-budget movie, you must have noticed that the cameraman does not carry a camera in hand, but they are mostly on stands, which are eventually moving on special rails. This is not because the person who captures not like to walk, but because carrying the camera came with shaking and thus disrupt the audience. If you need to make moves, take the most of your camera and make proper zooming. It is best to develop the skills of manual zooming. Go from wide-screen to close up with a slight zoom. Too fast zoom is bad, as well as shaking of the camera. It takes a little practice, experience, and a good eye. Besides zooming, you can make pan movements that push footage left- right, or tilt movements that follow footage up and down.
  5. Provide good light. This is equally important in the cinema and photography. Good film lighting provides good visibility, and it will make a film clearer. This, of course, very much depends on your story. Night scenes should not shine in full glory as daily. What is important is to take care of the position of the lights. It should never be behind your subject unless your goal is to show only a silhouette, with no details.
  6. Look for the actors. The amateur film does not mean that you are limited to your family and friends. Observe the people around you. Maybe it’s someone you do not know a great for your movie and wants to participate in such a project. It is better to take the risk with the question than with bad actors. Good actors give you a better chance to make a good film, to expand rumors about it outside the circle of family and friends, and the ability to make a good movie review.
  7. The stage setting is very important. Boring white walls with no details are just that – boring and empty. No matter how much you wanted to highlight the action of your film, boring stage design will not help. Make it interesting and alluring to the eye. If you shoot outside, find some nice places, which offer a good view. A good background should never be underestimated.
  8. Do not underestimate sound. A good film is not just a good picture. He has to sound good. The dialogues and sound effects that are not heard, or that are mixed with background sounds and unclear, will ruin your movie. Do not use the microphone on the camera. Purchase or rent a good microphone.
  9. Do not correct mistakes later. If you do not like the scene, do not think that you can modify it during editing. It is much easier and better to record a new scene on the spot. Editing is something that requires a lot of learning and knowledge. You may not know how to fix your mistakes, and you will lose a lot of time and stay with poor, irreparable scene.
  10. Center your shots. As with photos, make a good position of the subject you are shooting . This is very important. If the subject is the focus of the story, it is pointless to be on the edge of the frame. When you make close-up shots it was not such challenge, but when you’re doing a wider footage, it may happen that your subject escapes to the side. One way to put it in the middle in relation to the environment is to imagine on your lens a grid that has 9 equal fields. In the center put what is essential, and on the side put background that adequately complements the scene.

As for all, making of the amateur film takes a lot of practice and experience. You will make a lot of mistakes and notice them only when you watch a film. That’s OK because such experiences shape you and make you better. Sometimes it is necessary to experience a mistake, but good advice can certainly prevent a bad experience. We hope that you will, following these tips, be a step away from the bitter experience and closer to a great film.