1. We have a zero tolerance policy for spamming members. Report any violations via the contact form. Thanks, Filmkin Team
  2. Twitter now requires your approval to show tweets on your profile. Edit your profiles and click the Connect to Twitter button!
  3. A little editing primer for new filmmakers!
  4. From the Vimeo Video School blog!
  5. Set the mood via color in camera!
  6. Multiple Cities

    September 5th, 2012

    Filmkin is now available in every major city in the United States!


    With the recent update today, Filmkin enters the national view of filmmakers. Now, filmmakers and vendors from every major city and metropolitan area in the US can collaborate on projects together. This also brings a few new features that are worth looking at for a moment.

    My Locations. You can select up to 5 locations for your search capabilities on the site. This means that when finding projects and filmmakers, you will see all that live in the cities you call your own. For example, a filmmaker that works in both San Diego and Los Angeles can choose both cities in the My Locations area of the new home page sidebar. When searching for projects, both cities will be included in the search.

    Your profile will reside in your home city however, so others know where to find you. You can change your home city from the Edit Profile page in your account.

    New Home Page. Filmkin now has a home page that highlights whats new in your network. This should give you a quick summary of the state of your network.

    Bug fixes. We tuned the site during this latest release, dealing with some left overs from the previous release.

    Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy the new Filmkin!

    - Scott
  7. Video 101: A video from the Vimeo Video School
  8. Davinci Resolve Tutorials

    September 3rd, 2012
    I recently found a new website for learning Davinci Resolve by Black Magic Design. The site is called Color Grading Central, which is run by a pro color grader named Denver Riddle (not an alias). Check out the site and learn more about how to color grade your film in the same tools the professionals use: http://www.colorgradingcentral.com/davinci-resolve-tutorials
  9. A quick video from the web to help us as filmmakers.

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