Set Locations for the Top 2000 IMDB Films
Edmund Helmer of BoxOfficeQuant.com has taken the top 2000 films from 1910-2010 according to IMDB, and fed their locations into a Google Map. Click on each marker for more information, and enjoy exploring for yourself.
A History of Copyright Law
CGP Grey takes a look at the history of copyright law in his new video “Copyright: Forever Less One Day”.
The Art of Horror Movie Music
In this primer on horror movie soundtracks author and musician Stephen Thrower discuses how the scariest horror films don’t just make you want to cover your eyes, but your ears, too.
CineSkates DSLR Camera Sliders
CineSkates by Cinetics are a set of three wheels that attach to a tripod and enable fluid, rolling video in an ultra-portable package. Cinetics founder Justin Jensen is funding the first CineSkates production run with Kickstarter.
To help demonstrate the silliness of the movie clichés, some obsessive-compulsive fanboys have collected those silly things we see over and over in various films into these single massive video montages of overused platitudes. We figured it was only fitting that we create a Super-Mashup of these Epic Supercuts!
Being a filmmaker you are required to deal with lots of rejection. You must have the mindset that for every No you hear you’re one step closer to Yes. Although when you get rejected for things you’ve never applied to, as Shawnee Barton did, hopefully you’ll keep your sense of humor.
Director Roger Corman discusses his first time filmmaking, the rapid pace that he made his films, and the effect that his films have had on “Big Budget Hollywood.
Director James Cameron and actress Diane Ladd, both of whom got began their careers on Corman films such as THE WILD ANGELS and BATTLE BEYOND THE STARS, talk about what they learned working with Corman.
Are you one of those people that search the interwebs looking news, photos or video of an anticipated upcoming release or do you avoid spoilers so you can see it “fresh.” If you’re the latter, new research suggests that the tension of not knowing what comes next actually detracts from our enjoyment.