“Treat the Material Like a Thriller”: Editor Andrea Lewis on Where’s My Roy Cohn?

By Filmmaker Staff

Acquired by Sony Pictures Classics after its premiere at Sundance, Matt Tyrnauer’s Where’s My Roy Cohn? reexamines the life and legacy of lawyer/fixer/conservative power broker Roy Cohn. Taking its title from a quote from President Donald J. Trump, Tyrnauer’s documentary draws a line from Cohn to the present. Via email, ⟳ continue…

From:: Filmmaker Magazine

“Twelve Hours Later and a Few Glasses of Wine to the Good and the Sequence was Finished”: Untouchable Editor Andy Worboys

By Filmmaker Staff

The first Harvey Weinstein documentary post-Weinsteingate, Ursula Macfarlane’s Untouchable examines the mogul’s fall through the fresh testimony of many of those he assaulted. Intended first and foremost as a work of journalism, Macfarlane’s film was edited by Andy Worboys, fresh off his work on the TV documentary Hillsborough, a re-examination ⟳ continue…

From:: Filmmaker Magazine

Wooden Camera ARRI LPL & Nikon Z Lens Adapters

By Newsshooter

Wooden Camera is now shipping ARRI LPL Lens Adapters for the Sony Venice, RED DSMC2 & E-Mount. As well as these, they are also now shipping a Nikon Z to…

The post Wooden Camera ARRI LPL & Nikon Z Lens Adapters appeared first on Newsshooter.

⟳ continue…

From:: News Shooter

AJA’s HDR Image Analyzer could be more important than your HDR display

By noreply@redsharknews.com (Rakesh Malik)

AJA's HDR Image Analyzer could be more important than your HDR display

HDR has added a layer of complexity to grading and monitoring that is often not straightforward to deal with. AJA’s HDR Image Analyzer is designed to make dealing with both HDR and SDR grades much easier.

  • HDR
  • AJA HDR Image Analyzer
  • SDR
  • Rec2020
  • Rec709
  • Dynamic range

    ⟳ continue…

    From:: RedShark News

    BMPCC 4K firmware update adds improved battery and auto focus performance

    By Matthew Allard ACS

    Blackmagic have just announced Camera Setup 6.1 that is claimed to improve the battery and auto focus performance of the BMPCC 4K. Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera 4K Review While the…

    The post BMPCC 4K firmware update adds improved battery and auto focus performance appeared first on <a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" ⟳ continue…

    From:: News Shooter

    Flickr to begin deleting images over the 1K limit starting tomorrow for free accounts

    Changes to the way photo sharing website Flickr operates mean starting tomorrow free accounts that have more than 1,000 images shared on their account are in danger of having images deleted. In November 2018 new owners SmugMug warned the days of all ⟳ continue…

    From:: DPreview

    DP Jomo Fray on Selah and the Spades and Drawing Inspiration From Rihanna’s ANTI

    By Filmmaker Staff

    Tayarisha Poe is a former 25 New Face of Film; her feature debut, Selah and the Spades, teams her with another New Face, cinematographer Jomo Fray. The titular Selah (Lovie Simone) attends a prep school where, with ferocious discipline, she manages her gang, the Spades. Via email, Fray discussed his ⟳ continue…

    From:: Filmmaker Magazine

    “The Very Opening is Always the Hardest to Cut “: Editors Elisa Bonora and Veronica Pinkham on David Crosby: Remember My Name

    By Filmmaker Staff

    Legendary musician (and salty Twitter presence) David Crosby hits the tour road again in David Crosby: Remember My Name, an intimate biographical portrait by A.J. Eaton. The film, which premiered at Sundance, had two editors. Via email, both Elisa Bonora and Veronica Pinkham shared their perspectives on working on this ⟳ continue…

    From:: Filmmaker Magazine

    “Sometimes the Craziest Feedback Leads to Some Really Great Ideas in the Editing Room”: Editor Eleanor Infante on Late Night

    By Filmmaker Staff

    One of the biggest acquisitions at this year’s Sundance, Nisha Ganatra’s Late Night tracks Molly (Mindy Kaling, who wrote the screenplay), a new staff writer on a long-running late night show hosted by Katherine Newbury (Emma Thompson). The film was purchased by Amazon for $13 million. Via email, its editor, ⟳ continue…

    From:: Filmmaker Magazine

    “As Long As I Make the Story Clear and Not Noring, Then I’m Good”: Editor Zimo Huang on The Tomorrow Man

    By Filmmaker Staff

    A music video director and David Fincher protege, Noble Jones makes his feature filmmaking debut with The Tomorrow Man. John Lithgow anchors the film as Ed Hemsler, a divorced retiree with a penchant for grandiose if vague conspiracy theories about the imminent end of the world. His unexpected romance with ⟳ continue…

    From:: Filmmaker Magazine

    “Using Negative Fill to Create Unease”: DP Tom Comerford on The Hole in the Ground

    By Filmmaker Staff

    The feature directorial debut from Irish filmmaker Lee Cronin, The Hole in the Ground follows the ominous goings-on after a couple and their young child move to a new cottage in rural Ireland (where their neighbors include Aki Kaurismäki regular Kati Outinen). Next to the cottage is the titular hole ⟳ continue…

    From:: Filmmaker Magazine

    Newly shared 1900s photo shows early example of a ‘selife’

    Redditor KevlarYarmulke shared an image featuring an early version of the ‘selfie’ on Reddit’s r/OldSchoolCool subreddit last week. The photograph, which is simply dated as ‘1900s,’ features what appears to be a family portrait also showing the photographer who took the ⟳ continue…

    From:: DPreview

    Official Specs for LUMIX S1 and S1R Released by Panasonic

    By Jourdan Aldredge

    Panasonic has announced the official specs and video recording details about their new LUMIX S1 and S1R.

    While the 4K full frame camera market is seemingly about to burst, Panasonic made it that much more interesting last week with their unveiling of the LUMIX S1 and the LUMIX S1R (read our ⟳ continue…

    From:: No Film School

    Windows 10 and removable media.

    By alisterchapman

    It has come to my attention that there was a bug in Windows 10 a couple of years ago that could cause some very big problems. The bug was patched by Microsoft so provided the computer is up to date this should not be a problem. But there are other ⟳ continue…

    From:: XDCAM-USER

    Our Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2019

    By Jason Hellerman

    TV’s Golden Era continues this year…and we pick our favorites.

    2019 is up un. and if you’ve read our TV Premiere Date article you know, we’re tracking every release this year. Well, some of the writers put our heads together and picked our favorite shows coming this year. We talk ⟳ continue…

    From:: No Film School