Thelma Schoonmaker is a three-time Oscar winner for best-editing and one of Martin Scorsese‘s life-time collaborator. They met at NYC where Schoonmaker was taking a six weeks class about cinema and Scorsese needed some help to save a movie that had been savaged by a first editor. Last week I was trying to find out […]
If you follow the light ARG page on mentorless you probably remember Anton’s detailed Prometheus recap and how it felt like no recap could be longer… Ha. Meet @0bFuSc8‘s recap about what has been recently going on with #markofthespiderman‘s campaign. It is extremely detailed, and very exciting since it is not over. Read until the […]
Three days ago the IFP Minnesota hold a Producer’s Conference with Pariah‘s producer Nekissa Cooper, The Descendants‘ producer Jim Burke and Motherland‘s producer Jennifer Steinman. Marketing and publicity specialist Sheri Candler, who is no stranger to mentorless, was also there to talk about Joffrey: Mavericks of American Dance and live tweeted the conference as well […]
GoPro announced at NAB 12 that it partnered with Technicolor to launched a CineStyle-like firmware named Protune, that will give to the HD Hero 2 footage the additional capacities (from GoPro’s website): 24fps frame rate, enabling GoPro HERO2 content to be easily intercut with other sources without a frame rate conversion; 35Mbps data rate for the […]
PBS Off Book is a web-original series that comes out every Wednesday and explores cutting edge art, the artists that make it and the people that share it online. Their latest addition, The Art of Film & TV Titles, explores how credits that impacted us and became part of our pop culture were thought and designed. Peter […]
If you haven’t made the switch to FCP X yet (or another editing program), you might have noticed that FCP 7 is slowly fading out anyway with new plug-ins and tutorials being tailored for its nemesis version. Crumple Pop offers a series of plugins for both FCP 7 (even 6 !) and FCP X that gives this extra-pro touch […]
New-York based filmmaker Casey Neistat was asked by Nike to shoot a film showing what it meant to him to #makeitcount. Neistat, along with his friend Max Joseph took the money and traveled as much as they could until there was no money left. They filmed the whole experience and cut it in a fast/energizing/inspiring pace […]
Director Whitney Alexander and animator Kipp Jarden spent four months working on creating an animated music video for Art Decade’s latest single, Western Sunrise: ‘the foundation was to completely create it on the iPad 2 and the Procreate app‘ explains Alexander in the making-of below: This is yet another example that tools keep getting cheaper and opportunities are everywhere, waiting to […]
One of the many positive aspect of owning your own DSLR (and its complementary) equipment is that you can reimburse your investment by shooting documentaries, music videos, profile videos and of course corporate videos. But depending of the situation, the final product ,and the budget (that went down drastically too) you also might have to deal […]
I am very pleased to share Caine’s Arcade today on mentorless. Caine’s Arcade is a short movie I had the chance to see during DIY days in LA, back in October, that took all of us by surprise as it tells a very simple story that takes an unexpected turn to become a feel good […]
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