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July 22, 2016, 4:16 pm
Montreal studio of London-headquartered visual effects house charged with creating many of the film’s CG sequences, creating compelling illusions to support the story and help drive the narrative.
July 22, 2016, 2:47 am
Learn everything you need to know to get started in the world of 360/VR video filmmaking in this massive round up resources. Understand the key terms, concepts and technology. Watch tutorials on editing VR video in Premiere and FCPX. Master the craft of VR filmmaking.
July 20, 2016, 12:07 pm
Whether you’re starting from scratch or looking to hone your chops, here are 16 motion design YouTube channels loaded with vital tips, techniques, and lessons.
July 19, 2016, 5:44 am
hen director Paul Feig embarked on making a brand new Ghostbusters movie, one of the many challenges he faced would be how to realize a host of supernatural beings. The original Ivan Reitman films had made stunning use of practical and optical effects to bring the ghosts to life. But in 2016, of course, advanced computer generated imagery techniques were available to the filmmakers, and virtually required for a big blockbuster.
July 17, 2016, 2:39 pm
Of all our modern directors, there is perhaps none with a more eidetic memory than Martin Scorsese; defined as an ability to recall precise images, sounds and objects, three of the main elements of motion pictures, Scorsese seems to remember every shot in every film he has ever seen, and probably some films he hasn't seen yet. It's what makes him such a complete filmmaker; he's a master of technique, able to conjure any cinematic effect he likes, and yet he never makes a film that feels less than his. Of course, this is to ignore the efforts of his editor, Thelma Schoonmaker, with whom he has
July 15, 2016, 9:14 am
If you're a regular reader of our To 3D or Not To 3D reviews, then you're probably aware that most movies utilizing the third dimension really only utilize half of the effect. For some reason, filmmakers have become convinced that depth is the best aspect of the technology, leaving audiences without the thrill of seeing things come flying off the screen and into the theater. The good news is that the new Ghostbusters movie is ready to save all of us from boring 3D, and it's something of which director Paul Feig is incredibly proud.
July 14, 2016, 3:50 am
Check out this extended interview with Green Room and Blue Ruin editor, Julia Bloch on how to edit an independent feature film, and learn lessons on how to get that all important first feature credit...
Gordon sits down with Federico Brusilovsky to discuss the editing of commercials and rebuilding older brands. He cuts in LA f ...
With the release of FRONTLINE'S latest 360 project, "Night of the Storm", Kenzie Audette reveals the post prod ...
Gordon sits down with Nicholas Monsour to discuss the editing of Keanu. They talk about the films timing and how tone shifts ...
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