Absolutely. Especially during Covid distancing protocols. We had our actors do table reads on Zoom calls. Did a few filmmaker meetings on Messenger video. Was able to show my producer my edit timeline, artwork, etc.Are film people beginning to use virtual meeting platforms to work on some aspects of the film making process?
If you don't know the person's name, how could you look them up?If you see the video on here, you could DM the director on here and tell them that you're interested in seeing more samples of their work. They would then share those samples IF they're interested in the possibility of working with you.
You can also check IMDb to see a list of all their work, and then look for where the most recent titles might be streaming.
Ok. I am just learning how to use a discussion board. Maybe that is part of the problem in not knowing where to look for further detail.I don't have time to work on a music video, but I have many links to my movies and trailers, in my Profile - "About" section. I wish more members would link to their work.
Ok. I will watch for categories of video genres and see if I can begin to narrow things down here--figure out who has the skills and the style I would want to hire and then ask directly. I am more accustomed to job boards than to discussion boards. I am learning though.They might have a reel (an abbreviated assembly of their material), they might have a YT or Vimeo channel, they might have a website, they might send you 15 links! Just ask!