‘The Highwaymen’ Sets The Record Straight at SXSW

By George Edelman

Can the legend be turned back into fact?

The Highwaymen‘s story goes far beyond the events depicted on the screen. It crosses over into other classic movies, movie making history, the nature of celebrity in America, and the question of how movies get made and what can take them so long ⟳ continue…

From:: No Film School

The 10 Most Controversial Best Picture Winners

By Justin Gunterman

People love to obsess over the Oscars, but they also love to complain about the Oscars. Hundreds of big movies are released each year, so it’s no surprise the Oscar’s don’t always pick the most universally beloved. Thinking realistically, there will never be a time where the Oscars make everybody ⟳ continue…

From:: Taste Of Cinema

5 Stylish Camera Movements to Try in Your Next Project

By V Renée

If you want to infuse a little extra style and flavor into your next feature, short, or music video, you should give these camera movement tricks a shot.

If there’s one thing indie filmmakers want more of other than time, energy, money, and a friend in Hollywood who wants to make ⟳ continue…

From:: No Film School

What’s the best way to collaborate with remote teams and talent around the world [Sponsored]

Spiffy Gear Spekular Light review

By Erik Naso

Lighting is constantly changing. We have so many options from basic 1×1 panels to flexible large mats and tubes lights too. Spiffy Gear has yet another designed to add to the mix. Interlocking LED lights. With Spiffy Gear Spekular your Lego building inner child can be released! Something to note ⟳ continue…

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Ultimate Movie Location Scouting Guide w/ FREE Tech Scout Checklist

By George Edelman

Movie location scouting is a critical task in taking a vision from the page to the screen.

Location scouting is where the idea of what a scene looks like has to become a reality.

However, there are many factors to consider beyond just what a location looks like.

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From:: No Film School

A Feast for Your Eyes: Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dark Knight Trilogy’ is Returning to IMAX Screens

By Erik Luers

On a screen of this size, you’ll definitely be able to tell how The Joker got those scars.

Although you still have to wait until the summer of 2020 for the latest “new” film from director Christopher Nolan, you will soon receive the opportunity to revisit his most popular trillogy—that of ⟳ continue…

From:: No Film School

2019 NAB: 16X9 Inc.

By Olivia Gleichauf

16X9 Inc., the North and South American Distributer of EasyRig, Bebob, Lentequip, Movcam, Flowcine, Noga and Orca Bags, will be at the NAB Show which is being held at the Las Vegas Convention Center. 16X9 Inc. will be located on the Central Hall at Booth #C8319 between April 8th – ⟳ continue…

From:: BLT News

Cine Gear Expo Registration Open

By Staff

Badge registration is now open for the Cine Gear Expo, which is being held on May 30th – June 2nd at Paramount Studios. All attendees must complete the registration process to obtain their credentials. Registration will be free until 11:59 p.m. PDT, May 25th Attendee Registration: Cine Gear Expo ⟳ continue…

From:: BLT News

RED quietly removes mention of Hydrogen One modules from website

Initial reviews of RED’s Hydrogen One smartphone weren’t too favorable but at the time of the device launch one important component of the Hydrogen One eco-system had not been available yet: additional modules that would attach to the back of ⟳ continue…

From:: DPreview

SXSW: Here Are the Cameras Used to Shoot the 2019 Scripted Narrative Features

By Chris O’Falt Directors and cinematographers take IndieWire behind the scenes of how they shot their indie features. ⟳ continue…

From:: Indie WIRE Filmmaker Toolkit

FCC Votes to Streamline TV Satellite Station Reauthorization

By Phil Kurz WASHINGTON—The FCC today streamlined how television satellite stations are reauthorized when they are assigned or transferred. By a 5-0 vote, the commissioners voted to reduce the cost and burden of the reauthorization process. Before the vote, assigned or transferred TV satellite stations were …

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From:: TV Technology

The future of the Canon EOS-1D X series [CR1]

By Canon Rumors The Canon EOS-1D X Mark II was announced on February 1, 2016, which makes it just over 3 years old. Higher end Canon cameras seem … ⟳ continue…

From:: Canon Rumors

A Screenwriting Twist: Which Key ‘Captain Marvel’ Character was Originally A Man?

By Jason Hellerman

Casting and character creation go hand in hand. But what happens when you want to change a character’s gender at the last minute?

Beware – the following column contains spoilers for Captain Marvel!

Keep Reading about Captain Marvel!

Captain Marvel was successful at the box office this weekend, scoring with critics ⟳ continue…

From:: No Film School

Wendy McMahon to Receive NAB Digital Leadership Award

By Phil Kurz LAS VEGAS—NAB will honor Wendy McMahon, president, ABC Owned Television Stations Group, with its Digital Leadership Award, Monday, April 8, at the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas during its Achievement in Broadcasting Dinner. The Digital Leadership Award is presented to an individual at a broadcast …

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