Filmmaker based in Toronto
I imagine it would take place in the Better Call Saul universe, and be a combination of flashbacks and flash-forwards.
I think it will have 10bit video. They'll want to give A7S II users a reason to upgrade aside from better ergonomics.
Out-thumbnails should be standard. Too many channels use their thumbnails as click bait. Often the image in the thumbnail doesn't even appear in the video... too bad you can rescind you "view" if a user tricks you into watching something you weren't expecting.
6. Keep in mind, you're on a 10 year journey to greatness. Shoot every week, and enjoy the process because there are no short cuts. 7. Strive towards "finished" pieces. Don't fill up hard drives with ungraded "test" shots you keep secret forever. Plan, shoot, grade and publish online, repeat.
Every digital art skill eventually becomes an Adobe plug in. : D
Comic-con style fan events, movie talks and limited edition merch at the theatre make more sense. Make the theatre the place where all the cinephiles hang out, even if they don't care about the new release that week.