Filmmaker's Resource Library
About the Library
We have built a nice collection of resources made up of videos, CDs, books, and magazines that filmmaker's may find useful for their projects.
Checking out our many resources is easy. Just come to a meeting and sign it out. Bring it back to the next month's meeting to return it.
- Videomaker Presents Basic Shooting: Learn the basics of videography to help you produce more dynamic video productions. This video contains information from camcorder function basics to lighting and sound to composition and camera techniques.
- Elite Video Presents Advanced Broadcast Camera Techniques Volumes 1 & 2: Hundreds of advanced camera techniques to electrify your productions. Take advantage of camera angles, composition elements, and dynamic camera movements that the best in the business are using.
- Access DV and Joke Productions, Inc. Presents How to Make Your Video Look Like Film: Let these experienced producers of Digital Video show you how they approach production in an effort to make their video look more like film. Learn production techniques using filters and camera settings and post-production techniques utilizing the latest software to add the film-like touch to your productions.
- Cyber Film School Presents the Movie School Encyclopedia: This information-packed CD-ROM will teach you everything you need to know to produce your independent feature. Pre-production, budgeting, shooting, lighting, management,
post-production, and distribution are all covered in this interactive
- The Videomaker Handbook: From the editors of Videomaker Magazine. A comprehensive how-to that takes the novice video maker step-by-step through the elements that make up a quality video production. Learn lighting, sound, and camera techniques that are basic to putting together interesting video. Learn the technical elements of video recording to better understand why video works the way it does.
- Gerald Millerson's Video Production Handbook: The definitive text for video producers working with a small
budget, this publication covers not only the techniques of video but the creative side as well. You will learn single and multi-camera techniques, storyboarding, script development, and video editing techniques.
NIFP has compiled over three years of Videomaker Magazine issues. These pages are full of outstanding information regarding production technique, technology, and advice that will make your productions run smoother and look better.