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10 Tips for On-Camera Success


Here are the top 10 things everyone should know about delivering the best performance in a film or video interview or on-camera presentation.

1: Be Conversational

3 Best Practices for Online Video




Whether you're making an explainer, mini-doc, or marketing video, there are a few simple things you can do to ensure the success of your online video.


Tales from the Set: Volume 3 "The Method"


In this edition of Tales from the Set, we’ve brought in Writer/Director/Producer and Santa Cruz Raconteur Robert Kirkendall to share rehearsal techniques and “The Method”.  Enjoy!



Frame x Frame Productions Returns to San Francisco

It’s official Frame x Frame Productions is returning to our roots.  After more than a decade in the East Bay, we’re saying “so long” to our friends and neighbors in Berkeley and returning to the place where it all started.

Tales from the Set


As I think back on all of the projects we’ve done over the years, it’s hard to pick a favorite.  Each project takes on it’s own life. Cast and crew become family.  A shorthand develops, relationships form and break, nicknames are given, and then one day, the project is done and the process starts anew.  Still, the creating the first (and, as bad luck would have it, only) season of More than Entertainment stands out as one of the highlights of my career.

Tales from the Set


Volume 1: Know Your Rights

25+ years of thriving and surviving in this wonderful and crazy business have given me a lot of stories.  While some of these stories are only fit for cocktail parties, many of them illustrate concepts that you will find useful.  These are the stories I’ll be sharing in my Tales from the Set posts.


Getting the Most from an Interviewee--3 Tips from an Expert Interviewer



Interviewing someone on camera is one of the most deceptively simple things that I do as a producer.  However, if done well, it is the best way to obtain authentic and powerful content.

So, what should you do to be successful?  Here are three things I do in every interview that allow people to open up, relax, have fun, and stay on message.



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