1- Awesome People Hanging Out Together. The title says it all, and this fairly new tumblr (november 2010) that really exploded this summer in terms of content, won’t disappoint you. It talks to both the dreamer and the voyeur in us and offers a fair share of old and unknown pictures that always makes me […]
A four-minute long trailer for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo just popped on the Net and we, Larson’s geeks, are very happy about it. It’s a weird feeling to watch a long trailer of a story I’ve already read and watched and it felt like a 10 minute video, not in a bad way, […]
Introduction word about MISFITS for filmmakers: I love this show on all levels (scripts, acting, cinematography, directing), everything hooked me from the very first episode, but the fact that the cinematography and the directing play a key role in the show is what seduced me from the first image. It’s rare to watch a show […]
I’ve mentioned Chase Jarvis before, because of his videos and because of Creative Live. He is again a professional, on the creative side this time, who makes a living out of his ‘art’ or ‘work’ or work-of-art maybe, and who is also very generous about his knowledge and accumulated wisdom. Lucky us, we definitely are […]
Yes, you read the title correctly. And disturbing it is. In 1964, at a time when filmmaking was still an art limited to few lucky men and when shooting a movie could only mean using good old film and the Studio System, Alfred Hitchcock, already the master and reference he still is today, explained why […]
8 months ago, Sydney-based Doug Bayne and Craig Anderson shot a 2 minutes open letter to Canon, accusing the company to lure consumers like them to buy a Canon after they’ve watched iconic Vincent Laforet amazing footage, only to discover that you need skills and talent to do so. Sounds like a joke? Good, because […]
Mutiny Bike, a BMX Company based in Austin that has been shooting bike stunts videos for years now, took it to the next level when they decided to attach a Canon 7D to a mini-helicopter to shoot their new video. The camera was fixed with a wide lens to keep the focus. About flying the […]
Planning to shoot a road-movie on a $100 budget? This video might just be what you need. Indy Mogul, a website focusing on DIY filmmaking and sharing great tips, uploaded a tutorial on how to build a camera car mount for $35 (for DSLR at least). If you haven’t invested yet in the basic equipment […]
1992 Class photo – Photo Credit: Antonio Calvache There was a time when AFI was a cheaper and a much more competitive place; back in the early 90s, only one student out of four was selected to go on to the Second Year. 1992 was a Golden Year that produced many Alumni who ended up having a succesful career. […]
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