We look at a few ways to light videos when shooting with your camera phone, including using natural light, reflectors, or a portable and inexpensive light pack. We also examine which settings on your phone can help you get the best images possible.
In this episode of the Pocket Filmmaker, we look at what you need to record pro-quality audio with your smartphone.
We look at detachable lenses that can turn your smartphone into a pocketable cameras, including stick-on wide, macro, and fisheye lenses; and super-cheap polarizing Jelly lenses.
Who says you need high-end equipment to shoot a good stunt film? Filmmaker Freddie Wong shows you how to do it with a smartphone.
Q&A In his book "Tough Sh*t," Smith muses on his long career in movies and transitioning to running a podcasting empire. But in a CNET interview, Silent Bob argues the MPAA can't protect kids.
Ondi Timoner gives CNET News a chance to see what it's like from the inside of the festival, and her film just happens to be all about the Internet.
An L.A. filmmaker says he received many calls during the Super Bowl from people who were stunned by the similarities between Motorola's anti-Apple 1984 ad and one of his own.
Special-effects camcorder for kids is better than graffiti.
A panelist of film industry and digital video representatives at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival agreed that digital film distribution isn't a cash cow. But they didn't agree on the best strategy for working toward that end.
The $100,000 grant lets one of last year's Sundance documentary prize winners incorporate the new technology into an HD DVD release with interactive features.