Back in June of last year we shared 2300 video production resources that could help anyone from the newest of beginners to most advanced filmmaker and those shooting with anything from the feature phone in their pocket on up to a $65,000 cinema camera. In the last nine months we've built upon that database, adding 1400 new resources and better categorizing them to help you find what you are looking for. While I hope to be able to get those resources documented more like the Mobile Video Production Helps I shared last month it will take a bit of time before that can be organized so I'll include the links to the Google Doc spreadsheet-arranged resources for your use in the meantime.
Again, as a disclaimer, most of these resources come from secular sources so you may encounter some objectionable language when viewing some of the videos (particularly those from FilmRiot).
Additionally, never forget that your best resource for improving in video is getting out there and making some video!
Resources related to mobile phone video/mobile phone video production
Anything and everything you need to produce and distribute video with/by mobile phones
Video Production Stage 1: Pre-production
Includes resources on everything that needs doing before you actually shoot your video including scriptwriting, screenplays, storyboarding, finances, scheduling, etc.
Video Production Stage 2: Production
Includes resources on filming techniques, lighting, audio production, special effects, etc.
Video Production Stage 3: Post-production
Includes resources on editing, color correction/grading, video encoding and compression, distribution, etc
Video Production- General/Other
DSLR video production, low budget video production, story/storytelling, workflow, etc.
Video Types and Their Production
Documentary, Educational, Promotional/Advocacy, Timelapse, Slideshow-based, etc
Video Production Equipment
Cameras, lenses, audio gear, lighting gear, software, stock footage/music, etc.
Motion Graphics Video Production
Kinetic typography, animation, using Adobe After Effects, etc.
Anything related to transmedia storytelling which, according to Wikipedia, is:
The technique of telling a single story or story experience across multiple platforms and formats using current digital technologies... it involves creating content that engages an audience using various techniques to permeate their daily lives. In order to achieve this engagement, a transmedia production will develop stories across multiple forms of media in order to deliver unique pieces of content in each channel. Importantly, these pieces of content are not only linked together (overtly or subtly), but are in narrative synchronization with each other.