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December 5, 2016, 5:35 pm
Over the years, I have blogged several times about Walter Murch (see links below) whose work as a sound designer and film editor is notable in such movies as Julia, Apocalypse Now, Ghost, The English Patient, and The Talented Mr. Ripley. In my view, Murch has written one of the best screenwriting books — “The Blink of an Eye” — only it’s not about screenwriting, but rather film editing. However since screenwriting is so much about scene construction, perspective, and transitions between scenes, I find Murch’s insights profoundly beneficial to our craft.
October 18, 2016, 8:55 am
FEATURING ERIC HANSON, CEO OF xREZ STUDIOS, and DAVID BEINING of UNM ARTS LAB Virtual reality has become a vital new medium for storytelling, social outreach, global awareness, advertising, medicine and training. It’s interesting to see how this technology is being used, especially its applications for video professionals. That’s why the New Mexico Post Alliance presented Virtual Reality 360º, Saturday, October 1st, 2016 at the UNM ARTS Lab, Albuquerque, New Mexico VR 360º offered networking
October 14, 2016, 10:28 am
Une monteuse prend la parole dans un livre sensible, à la forme d’un journal vivant, qui permet à tous de découvrir l’un des métiers les moins connu du cinéma et pourtant essentiel à la création : l’art du montage. « Un hymne au cinéma. Et aux histoires qu’on dit avec des images. » Le lecteur suit, pas à pas, toutes les étapes du montage d’un film de la découverte des rushes, aux premières scènes assemblées, jusqu’aux visionnages publiques. Coupes, raccords, séquences... Analyse des procédés..
September 13, 2016, 5:04 am
Choosing a color palette for your film is tricky if you don't know which emotions go with which color. While some are more straightforward than others, like red with passion and danger and blue with sadness and tranquility, colors like purple, yellow, and pink may prove to be a little more tricky to find their emotional connotations.
September 1, 2016, 10:01 am
We welcome editor Erik Swanson on the show, who recently completed work on his first feature length credit: Rise of the Sufferfests, a documentary that explores the rising trend of OCR (Obstacle Course Racing). You may have heard me talk about OCR occasionally as it's become an obsession of mine in the past year. If you've heard of Tough Mudder, Spartan races or anything similar then you've probably thought one of two things: 1) "That sounds like fun!" or 2) "Why do people actually do this??"
Lisa and Gordon discuss her career and approach to editing. ACE will have Lisa as part of their panels at the upcoming Edit ...
Sebastián Sepúlveda joins Gordon to discuss the editing of the film Jackie. They explore how structuring a real ...
Stuart joins Gordon to discuss A Series of Unfortunate Events for Netflix and what the difference is between working for Broa ...
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