With calmer heads, FilmmakerIQ’s John Hess explains why the Canon CF300 will be a more stable and useful platform than the newly announced RED Scarlet, at least in the near term.
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7. Looking back at the history of Video
Established in 1986, Videomaker Magazine takes a look back at the way we used to capture moving pictures and how we’ve changed in just a short 25 years:
6. Five Tips for Short Filmmakers
Actor A.J. Bowen, writer/producer Eric Vespe, and director Kristoffer Aaron Morgan offer up 5 tips for filmmakers getting started on their short films.
5. Mound, an Eerily Beautiful Claymation
Allison Schulnik. a New York artist, created a fabulously beautiful and oddly touching claymation set to Scott Walker’s “It’s Raining Today”
4. Martin Scorsese Inside The Actors Studio
Academy Award winning director, producer, and occasional actor, Martin Scorsese, is guest ‘Inside the Actor’s Studio’, hosted by James Lipton. This is the 6th episode of the 9th season, aired on December 15th, 2002.
3. The Wreath Light
It’s getting to be that time of the year, the days are getting shorter and the weather is getting nippier (at least up here in the norther hemisphere). As the holidays approach, you can put those holiday decorations to good use as DIY implements of lighting.
2. Students Claim Film School Scam
Los Angeles CBS2 News undercover investigation has found a film school in that is cashing in big on Hollywood dreams and not delivering.
1. Editing: The Rule of Six
“The Rule of Six,” lays out a set of criteria that Oscar-winning editor Walter Murch (Apocalypse Now, The English Patient) believes should be at the top of an editors list when working.