We’re so excited to share a big milestone: FilmUp has surpassed 400,000 followers on Instagram! Two years ago, we launched FilmUp and started posting inspiring content for photographers and filmmakers. All we’ve ever wanted is to foster a positive community for like-minded creative people all across the world. We’re so happy that you’ve joined us!
Want to get inspired and connect with other artists in the filmmaking community? Follow us on Instagram! “Our Instagram account @filmup.co is a lot of what you see behind the camera,” explains FilmUp founder Christina Chironna. There, you’ll see gear setups and other elements of the filmmaking process. But she and co-founder Aryeh Hoppenstein wanted to
You’re passionate about filmmaking. You’ve made a film you’re proud of. How can you get the word out and actually get people to see it? You will need to market your film – and that means you have to do more than just post it once on Facebook or YouTube. Even if your film ends
Do you want to impress your Instagram followers with high-quality video content? Creating video for Instagram doesn’t have to be complicated – but there’s a bit of a learning curve. Although some video editing programs have preset resolutions and aspect ratios for sharing to Facebook, Twitter and other sites, they may not provide automatic settings
Inside the Instagram features artists and creators who inspire us to keep striving. Olav Stubberud is a photographer and filmmaker who works with some of the biggest names in the music industry. He shared with us why it’s so important to connect with a subject and how he spends his time when not on tour
As part of our Inside the Instagram series, we’re happy to introduce you to Los Angeles-based filmmaker and film Vlogger, Marina Bruno. Marina is following in the footsteps of her father, Carlo Bruno, as a cinematographer, director, and writer — she does it all. Find her on Instagram, here. Marina founded the production company Wondering pictures,
We’re happy to present the first edition of our Inside the Instagram series featuring wildlife cinematographer Shannon Wild. Shannon is an award winning photographer who has worked for clients such as National Geographic Wild, WildAid, and Africa Geographic. Find Shannon on Instagram, here. We asked Shannon about her conservationism, what she’s learned from the animals she works