January 2015 update – There are now 17 YouTube channels to choose from, how about that?
10 17 great YouTube channels filled with hours upon hours of filmmaking tutorials and tips. The tutorials range from basic camera movement tutorials to assistance with 3d rendering. Who needs film school when you have YouTube! Right..?
The channels are placed in no particular order. If you have anymore suggestions leave a comment below.
1. The Home of IndieTips.com – UglyMcGregor
Filled with tutorials on obtaining the film look with a DSLR, and other various filmmaking tips and tricks.
The channels name speaks for itself, filled with informational tutorial videos on the software 3DS max, very useful for when you venture into the world of 3D creations.
Dave is constantly learning how to shoot video better with his DSLR’s. Go along with him as he learns.
Film Riot is a how-to trip through filmmaking from the hyper-active mind of Ryan Connolly. From how to make great effects to following Triune Films through production, Film Riot explores the art of filmmaking in a way you’ve never seen.
Behind the Scenes and tutorials for the FinalCutKing channel.
Short films and other various videos that relate to educational content on their other site, Neumann Films.
For low-budget filmmakers looking to improve, Indy Mogul has over 1,000 videos full of DIY moviemaking techniques!
Behind the scenes, tutorials, and more! More freddiew all the time!
VFX breakdowns, behind-the-scenes, and oddball videos not quite suited for our main channel.
Visual Effects Tutorials.
FilmmakerIQ is an online lifestyle magazine and free film school. Often initiating discussions about the theory of film.
FilmSchoolComments is a channel that takes hard to find or unknown audio clips of filmmakers talking about their profession. While they don’t supply tutorials or direct video tips. It is always interesting to hear about the philosophy of filmmaking from an established professional.
IndependentVFX is a channel devoted to helping VFX artists reach their potential and learn new skills.
MakingOf is a gathering place and resource for filmmakers and fans of filmmakers alike. Watching the behind the scene process can be a very fulfilling activity. Not many people get the chance to experience what goes on behind the scenes, and with just a few videos watched you may pick up on some valuable on set etiquette.
Philip Bloom is one of the most recognizable names within the indie filmmaking community because of his insightful and resourceful blog at PhilipBloom.net.. Along with video tips and beautiful short film, Bloom often uploads product reviews and as a recognized professional, anything that Bloom says is usually something to go by
Andrew Kramer. No introduction necessary.
Avid creates the technology that people use to make the most listened to, most watched and most loved media in the world. Here you have tutorials and product information from the company itself.