Filmmaking 360

Watch this 1907 Edwin S. Porter film The “Teddy” Bears -Which Includes a Very Early Example of Stop Motion Animation

On a hunting trip in 1902, then President Theodore Roosevelt refused to shoot an American Black Bear that had been tied to a tree. The story became the origin of the Teddy Bear. Here only 5 years after the event, Edwin S. Porter, one of Edison’s chief filmmakers, created a short playing on Goldilocks as Read MoreRead More

How “Kung Fury” Went From a Career Hail Mary To Kickstarter Hit, Cannes Entry and Hollywood Feature

David Sandberg’s Kung Fury trailer raised $630,000 on Kickstarter, and he’s now competing at Cannes and developing a feature. Here, he talks about how smart use of social platforms, his Grandma, and David Hasselhoff helped him realize his dream. Two years ago, David Sandberg had to sell his couch and TV to afford food and rent. Now, he’s getting Read MoreRead More

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