In film and video production, cutting corners to compensate for a low budget is a slippery slope. Yes, sometimes it must be done, but if you cut the wrong corners, you could end up spending more money to fix it.
So, how are you supposed to know how to safely save some money without lessening the quality of the work? Well, that’s what this post is all about.
It’s Monday and you know what that means…we just released a brand new episode of Kvibe TV and you can check it out below!
Kvibe TV is our all new original YouTube channel intended not just for filmmakers, film buffs, and, in this episode’s case, Disney fans, but for anyone trying to grow a company or build a career.
When just starting out in film and video production, it’s so easy to slip up here and there. There are so many moving parts and variables throughout the entire process and many actually get so overwhelmed that they give up before they’ve ever really given themselves a chance.
But before you call it quits, know that every film and video maker, even the best, were once first-timers who had to figure out how to come to terms with the fact that completing their film or video was not going to be the easiest nor most pleasant process.
The second installment of episode #1 of Kvibe TV, Walt Before Mickey Film Ep1 (part2) – 1st Time Film Making Challenges, is now available and if you liked what you saw in Part 1, be sure to check it out!
Kvibe TV is a platform intended not just for film makers, film buffs, and, in this case, Disney fans, but for anyone trying to build a career or grow a company.
If you didn’t catch the first part of episode #1, no worries, you can find it on the Kvibe TV page and catch up, but the entire 4-part series is all about taking you behind the scenes of our feature film Walt Before Mickey and passing on some of what we learned throughout our time working on the project.
In the early stages of any film or video project, there are a ton of things to worry about, so many moving parts, that it can be easy to miss a thing or two here and there.
And the thing is, it’s more tempting than ever to pick up some decent equipment and rush into the production phase these days, but don’t buy into the hype, not everything can be fixed in post-production.
For more on that, check out this post, Why ‘Fixing It In Post’ Isn’t Always a Good Idea, but the point is, pre-production is the time to start giving shape and a voice to your story, and to start taking measures to ensure a smoother production.
We’ve been working toward this day for a while and now, it’s finally arrived! Part 1 of the first episode of Kvibe TV is up and none of us at Kvibe Productions could be more pumped!
In this maiden episode, titled Walt Before Mickey Film Episode 1 – Why Risk Taking Lead To Success, director and Kvibe founder Khoa Le and head editor Lauren Young take you behind the scenes of our feature film Walt Before Mickey and discuss how they got their start and the risks they and Kvibe itself had to take to get to where we are today.