Happy New Year! But 2014 Still Has Something To Say...

Happy New Year!

2015 is here, but a blog post from CineMoti earlier last week (long ago in 2014) called "Top 5 New Filmmaking Tools of 2014" is definitely worth a read.

The tools discussed are primarily geared towards indie filmmakers and there are some great ones in the list - I especially like #2 and #1.

Read the full post here.

What tools helped your filmmaking endeavors in 2014?


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