As a forewarning, most of these resources come from secular websites and there is some moderately objectionable content in some of the resources (for instance, FilmRiot has an excellent video on how to produce video using an iPhone but the content they make and showcase with the iPhone is a somewhat disturbing horror film).
One other pointer, while these resources may help you in making right decisions and avoiding mistakes the most helpful thing you can do is to get out and start making and editing video- that is your fastest track to growing and improving.
Here are links to the resources broken down into various subject areas (the databases are Google Docs which can be downloaded):
Resources related to mobile phone video/mobile phone video production
Includes resources on story, scriptwriting, screenplays, storyboarding, finances, scheduling, etc.
Includes resources on filming techniques, lighting, audio production, special effects, etc.
Includes resources on editing, color correction/grading, video encoding and compression, distribution, etc.
DSLR video production, doing interviews, low budget video production, workflow, etc.
Documentary, Educational, Promotional/Advocacy, Timelapse, Slideshow-based, etc.
Kinetic typography, animation, etc.
The top forty video production content providers, in order of most to least number of resources provided, are as follows:
2) Creative Cow
7) Online Video
8) ***Removed due to content issues***
10) No Film School
11) Olivia Tech
16) DSLR Film Noob
18) DIY Photography
22) Next Wave DV
26) Echo Hub (***CHRISTIAN***)
30) The Slanted Lens
31) Rain Dance
32) 2 Reel Guys
34) Visual Story Network (***CHRISTIAN*** excellent not only for good content but also for community and communications with other outreach-minded video producers!)
39) Philip Bloom
40) 3 Exposure