The director speaks - via satellite - at Comic Con
Correction regarding hardware acceleration of Flash on Mac OS X Lion | Adobe
GPU acceleration for Flash Player seems to be broken in Lion, and some people - even Adobe - thought Apple had broken it on purpose. Adobe has now released a clarification:
The final release of Mac OS X Lion (10.7) provides the same support for Flash hardware video acceleration as Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6). The previous “Known Issue” described in a tech note suggesting that video hardware acceleration was disabled in Lion was incorrect and based on tests with a pre-release version of Mac OS X Lion that related to only one particular Mac GPU configuration.
The Tao Colorist: DaVinci Resolve Lite | Patrick Inhofer | Tao of Color
Today's Tao of Color newsletter collections together items on DaVinci Resolve Lite. Also, check out the list of features in Resolve Lite vs. the full release at this page at BlackMagic: Compare the features of DaVinci Resolve 8!
Glidetrack Raffle | Glidetrack
Vote for your favorite Glidetrack movie for a chance to win $750 of Glidetrack gear.
10 Things To Avoid When Learning Screenwriting | Ryan | Master the Craft
A collection of things to avoid for those starting out, including:
1. Writing in multiple genres.
2. Casually consuming movies and scripts.
6. Writing but not rewriting.
'Star Wars' Deleted Scenes: Complete Saga Blu-Ray Includes Forgotten Footage (VIDEO) | Huffington Post
...amongst the goodies is a series of deleted scenes from the original three movies. Yes, unseen moments with Luke, Leia, Han, Obi Wan and Vader. To get you salivating, here's a sizzle reel of some of those moments.
7 Things Filmmakers Can Learn From Animators | Matthew Keen | Raindance
Film's a visual medium:
6. Don’t say it, show it
This is fundamental to animation and should most definitely be applied to film. Visual communication is a universal language, one that anyone can understand no matter where they are from. This makes it incredibly powerful, not to mention simple. Something as subtle as a shift in a character’s stance or the way they walk can say more than any amount of dialogue.