What to watch on YouTube: Five best channels if you love films and filmmaking

The Take covers everything. 5. Look no further than the channel The Take. We are happy to report that it still has great stuff you can enjoy irrespective of your area of interest. This channel is nothing short of a masterclass series of videos, and it’s free. Granted, they are work of fiction but it is always fun to decipher the extent till which the writers researched. These videos — parodies of what the actual pitch meetings of popular TV shows and movies must be like — feature him as both the writer and a studio executive. A corporate backdrop is ‘created’ using green screen. Don't Miss These StoriesWhen Shah Rukh Khan made Vijay break into a dance before a live audienceFriends reunion special: Everything we know so farRadhe box office collection day 2: Salman Khan's film gains momentum in overseas marketsClick here for more

4. The writer more often than not convinces the exec due to the money-making potential of the movie or show. David F Sandberg’s entire YouTube channelhttps://images.indianexpress.com/2020/08/1×1.png

The Swedish filmmaker David F Sandberg is known for horror short films. (Photo: History Buffs/YouTube)
Due to the prevalence of OTT platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, it is easy to forget the goldmine that is YouTube. Their videos are full of insight as to what goes into creating visual effects, monsters, and characters in major movies. He also showed off his big-screen, blockbuster chops with DC Comics movie Shazam!. Watch this analysis of The Terror to find out how historically accurate the brilliant horror series was. Sandberg’s candour will make you his fan, regardless of your opinion about his movies. All of this is accompanied with a lot of laughter in seeing their incredulous reactions. VFX Artists’ reaction to Bollywood’s CGI videos

Corridor Digital is a production studio company, whose YouTube channel Corridor Crew has its employees reacting to the quality or the lack of it of computer-generated imagery in movies. They uncover hidden meanings and even unlock subtexts which you might have missed. If you have interest in CGI, filmmaking or movies, check out this channel. The writer talks about the plot holes, cliches in the movie and the poker-faced exec keeps questioning. Here's what you should watch on YouTube. 3. The Indian Express website has been rated GREEN for its credibility and trustworthiness by Newsguard, a global service that rates news sources for their journalistic standards. Recently, they also delved into Indian movies (clubbed under Bollywood, even if they are not Hindi language). It features a host of videos wherein movies are dissected and spoken about at great length. Even if you have seen Breaking Bad many times, there will be many things in the video embedded below that you missed about the show. On his personal YouTube channel, named after his online pseudonym ponysmasher, he shares practical tips about filmmaking, as well as steps to do basic and easy VFX right at your home. 📣 The Indian Express is now on Telegram. Sometimes they also fix the VFX shots of famous movies if needed. Written by Kshitij Rawat
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Updated: May 15, 2021 3:35:44 pm

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For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App. History Buffs tells you how accurate and true-to-history the movie or show you just watched was. 2. Ryan George’s Pitch Meeting video series on ScreenRant’s channel

Ryan George is a YouTuber whose Pitch Meeting videos have become extremely popular. History Buffs

Are you a TV and movie fan and interested in history? He also talks about ways to create your own movies and so on. Since it has been around for a long time, and serves as a platform even for amateurs to showcase their works, the variety on display is unmatched. We trawled through the video-sharing site and found a few interesting things you can watch: