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September 26, 2014, 11:27 am
It wasn’t so very long ago that it was fashionable to accuse any film by Disney of being a terrible and dangerous version of a nice, sweet and instructive old fairy tale. But when I asked my friends for their favourite version of an old fairy tale, the fact is, they hadn’t any answers. To criticize is easy and free, but recently, films such as Tangled have developed a certain kudos – everybody seems to approve of the vintage Disney format employed. At last, everybody loves Disney again.
September 26, 2014, 4:29 am
Now that you’ve wrapped production and have the illusion that the finish line is in sight, you’re probably very excited to get to the editing. In truth, the editing can be exciting…in small doses. The trick to successful editing is to fight your way through the monotony which will quickly settle in and overcome the bias that you have in hopes of empirically evaluating the actual work being done as well as the economy and success of the actual assembly in the telling of the story.
September 25, 2014, 1:28 pm
I’m currently cutting a digital feature and this has made me think about editing styles. Here are an even dozen tips that I feel will make any budding film editor better at this craft. I’m sure not everyone will agree with all of these points, since they come out of my own approach and style.…
September 25, 2014, 11:22 am
In the past month, Apple has had lots of problems, both large and small. It may just be coincidence, but it’s surprising to see a company like Apple have so many problems in such a short time. I shrugged most of these off until last night, when Apple released an update to iOS 8 that cut off cell service and Touch ID for many users.
September 24, 2014, 9:15 am
While I like having a clean Desktop, it’s such a handy place for temporarily storing files that I put things there all the time. Files imported from the scanner or attached to emails usually sit on the Desktop for a while until I’m sure I know what to do with them. What makes the Desktop so convenient is that it’s always there—no need to open a window—and I can see it all with a quick keyboard shortcut. Until I reboot.
September 24, 2014, 4:29 am
Perhaps no facial transformation is more disturbing than the absence of a nose, and the creators of Cinemax’s “The Knick” used such an image to maximum effect in a recent episode.
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