John's been playing with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and is interviewed on this podcast:
In this exclusive interview I asked John about his career, how he got to where he is now shooting prime time Australian TV drama and feature films around the world and he also reveals how the Black Magic Design Cinema Camera originated as a passing comment.
John has also been working closely with the design team at Black Magic and how responsive they have been to his suggestions to make sure the image from the Black Magic Camera is just right before release later this month.
Making Team GB “Don’t Stop Me Now” for Adidas UK | Philip Bloom | Blog
Philip had to shoot this ad very quickly:
We had massive cue cards to help, a few painful attempts at me singing it to them to get the pace and timings, and of course nice loud playback. Essentially a lip sync music video with lots of people, quite the opposite of my sedate, moody video with Olly just a few days earlier!
NeedCreative Podcast Ep. 8 - The Kessler Story | Anticipate Media | Podcast
In this eighth episode of the NeedCreative Podcast, your host Paul Antico was joined by Special Guest via Skype, Eric Kessler of Kessler Crane, to discuss the past week's events in indie filmmaking and technology, and tell you all about the history of Kessler. The tools we use to be creative also come from a passion and love for the craft for creating things out of metal, and Eric is here to tell us all about that and how it relates to his company. This is Eric's story.
Interview: Tony Gilroy Talks The Challenges Of Mounting 'The Bourne Legacy,' Addresses The 'Enhancement' Concerns & More | RODRIGO PEREZ | The Playlist
And to keep it fresh?
Well, everybody's doing Bourne. There’s five things on TV exactly like that. That is an old party. It's time to leave the party, you don't want to be the last people out the door, so let's go first. Because if you try to just redo it, that's the “Super Bowl” thinking of cynical things.
How to Get Motivated for Self-Promotion | Alex Mathers | 99u
3. Define a single self-marketing goal.
Think of the one thing you would like to achieve, in either the short-term or long-term, that is in line with your marketing reasons as above. This can be to book a new client, or to contribute a piece of work to an upcoming exhibition, for example.
Optimizing Hardware Systems for Adobe® Premiere® Pro CS6, After Effects® CS6,
SpeedGradeTM CS6, and Photoshop® Extended CS6 | PDF | Adobe
A white paper on optimizing your system of Adobe CS6:
- Explain the major hardware components of a computer system, and their role in the overall performance of a video workstation.
- Discuss the unique hardware demands of Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, SpeedGrade, and Photoshop, highlighting which functions will benefit the most from specific hardware improvements.
- Summarize the above information into hardware recommendations for common tasks.
Producer Jon Landau: Filmmakers, Not Studios, Should Decide the Fate of Higher Frame Rates | Carolyn Giardina | The Hollywood Reporter
I'm still not convinced about high frames rates, (or 3D or 4K for that matter)...
Cameron intends to make his sequels to Avatar at a high frame rate, and Jackson is making his upcoming The Hobbit trilogy at 48fps. The first of Jackson’s films, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, opens Dec. 14. An early preview of some unfinished 48fps footage of the film drew mixed reaction when it was screened at CinemaCon in April.
Ted Tremper: Comedian Improvisational Filmmaker (x180-079) | RON DAWSON
| Dare Dreamer Magazine Podcast
This week on the show we have another Vimeo Film Festival award winner. This time it’s the winner for the 2010 Best Original Series: Ted Tremper (that’s the filmmaker, not the series). Ted won for his series “Break-ups”. This was a film series that consisted of shorts that were 100% improvised.