John Hess explores a different way to think of Kickstarter and how to find success in online crowd-funding.
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TEDxVictoria – Crowdfunding 101
Victoria Westcott shares the five simple lessons from her childhood and how they apply crowdfunding, including raising $20k for her first feature film “Locked in a Garage Band”
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Vashi Nedomansky a few professional tips on how to color correct footage for evenness and then how to color grade to add visual punch and style.
The title sequence to David Fincher’s “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” is an amazing mix of dark forms and stylized violence. This sequence which houses over 250 shots alone was created by visual effects house, Blue Studios.
James Strzelinski explores what he calls the “Mirror Moment” – the turning point of a character arc which has the lead metaphorically (or literally) looking in the mirror and reevaluating everything.
Molecules exist in dimensions smaller than the wave lengths of the visible light spectrum and because of this they are impossible to photograph. But that hasn’t stopped scientists from thinking about what they look like and what they’re doing. In this TEDxSydney talk, Drew Berry shows an amazing 3d animation of what’s going on at the molecular level inside a cell nucleus as it’s getting ready to split.
Does the Democratiation of Media mean better art or is true talent being drowned out? That’s the question addressed by PressPausePlay, a documentary film containing interviews with some of the world’s most influential creators of the digital era.