The Artist keeps its ascension to Academic Event Stardom, winning big in each peer-to-peer ceremonies: the movie got Best Feature Film Award from the PGA (Producers Guild of America), writer/director Michel Hazanavicius was named Best Director of 2011 at the DGA Ceremony (Director Guilds of America) last week, and Jean Dujardin won Best Male Actor […]
The British website The Shiznit has come up with the anti-PC/hilarious posters campaign, showing what is really hidden behind the movies in the Oscars’s race. Here are some of my favorites: See the complete collection here.
I love making-of ‘s and nothing makes me happier than when I see that a video or a movie I enjoyed is accompanied with a complementary making-of. When well made you can not only learn about the creative process but also appreciate on another level the hard work put into creating the final ‘product‘ (be it commercial […]
Find Out What Job in the Film Industry Suits You Best with This Flowchart Filmsourcing is a new website created by an international team of filmmakers and web developers from New-Zealand and Finland whose goal is to bring together people and resources, creating a larger pool for everyone to choose from. If it is a little early […]
It is one thing to use green screens for, say, the fantasy TV show Game of Thrones or minimum key inserts on TV -often related to screen inserts or action scenes, but what they did on Ugly Betty -and I am now wondering on how many more ‘regular’ shows- is an entire other story. See for yourself […]
I haven’t been following the Oscars for many years but I already feel tired by this excess of noise that always have its ‘snubs‘, and ‘surprises‘, and ‘shocking moments‘ that all melt in a collective memory of ‘Who won the Oscars last year again?‘ Until vocabulary expends or humans get a third eye, no matter […]
It’s not the first time that the hottest/’coolest’ duo of filmmakers of the moment, the DANIELS, is making it to mentorless, and I could have showcased almost every worked they have done in the last year as there is always something fresh and different coming out of their universe. Today I decided to share Pockets, […]
Keith Reynolds Can’t Make It Tonight is a story I am sure many will wish they had written (I know I did) because it is so simple, yet so efficient and original. Written, Directed and Animated by Felix Massie, a British director and animator who did Keith… in 2007 when he was a student at […]
Preston Kanak, mostly known for being the new addition in Philip Bloom’s team (of two) realized a video test shot on a Canon 5d Mark II between different visual styles for DSLR, and presented under his 3 minute short film category. The video shows almost identical footage shot with the same settings and with only difference their […]
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