Expanding on the idea that filmmaking incorporates the canvas of human experience, the line that separates a good filmmaker from a mediocre one is having great tastes.
Listen Audio Only:
Beware of the easy-to-miss gotchas of low budget filmmaking that can cost you in the end.
Go behind the high speed cameras of Marmalade, a boutique production house that specializes in unique slow motion photography.
Art and filmmaking all comes down to one thing, good taste. Either you have it or you don’t.
Kevin Good of CrisisLab concludes his epic and highly entertaining Nikon D800 vs Canon 5D mkIII shootout with more of a focus on the raw stills quality.
Science fiction author Ray Bradbury regales his audience with stories about his life and love of writing in “Telling the Truth,” the keynote address of The Sixth Annual Writer’s Symposium by the Sea in 2001, sponsored by Point Loma Nazarene University.
Peter Jackson gives us a tour of Stone Street Studio where he’s been shooting in Miramar, New Zealand.
Filmmaker Robert Weide interrogates Woody Allen with questions not normally heard on the press junket circuit.