Video marketing statistics suggest that more and more brands will win customers through videos. Users will be fed up with this format very soon (if not already), so try to surprise them with the help of translation and localization of video. This is an exciting activity, in which there is a whole bunch of difficulties. The perception of the video by the audience largely depends on the translator, so this matter is highly responsible.
Pilot season 2022 was unlike any in recent memory. Production was down, script buys were way down, and series orders were at an all-time low. After the 2020 shutdown, Hollywood has struggled to rebound to pre-pandemic levels.
Featured in 2018 in Variety as one of the Up Next generation of filmmakers, multi-talented cinematographer Johanna Coelho has worked as a cinematographer on a number of diverse projects, including award-winning narrative films, music videos, and TV Shows. She recently brought her expertise and insight to the upcoming season 4 of ABC’s The Rookie. In this interview, Johanna dives deeper into one of her favorite scenes from season 4, including the tech she used and how she overcame technical challenges she encountered.
By any measurable standards, I would deem 2022 NAB a success. The show was cleaner, leaner, and more focused than any NAB that I can remember in recent history. With an announced attendance of 55,000 there was definitely a new and unleashed positive energy that one could see and feel. But there was also a ton of new technologies to explore and it was just great to reconnect with so many friends and new professionals in our space. But before I drill down to a few particulars, here are some of the major trends that you need to follow and that will have a definite impact on our production workflows for quite some time.
In our latest interview, we talked with FuseFX’s VFX supervisor behind season 3 of TNT’s series Snowpiercer, Jamie Barty. Snowpiercer follows the survivors of Earth’s second ice age as they live on a train that travels the planet through snow and ice. This season the train ventures into areas such as Mumbai, South Africa and Egypt, giving the FuseFX team the opportunity to craft frozen landscapes for every corner of the globe.
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Twenty years ago this week, a small, independent film with no movie stars premiered and went on to become the highest grossing romantic comedy of all time. Let’s look at the phenomenon that was 2002’s “My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
Cinematographer Amy Bench just recently finished working on three independent films Mama Bears, Shouting Down Midnight, and Lover, Beloved, all of which were featured in the 2022 SXSW Film Festival. Amy specializes in working on various documentary-style films that bring awareness to pressing issues within the realm of social injustice. Her work on Mama Bears tells the story of Christian mothers who provide constant love and support, as well as fight for the rights of those in the LGBTQ+ community despite the teachings of their church.
Writer, editor, and director John-Michael Powell just wrapped production on his first feature film, The Send-Off, which premiered this April at The Cinequest Film Festival. In an exclusive interview, we spoke with John-Michael about his favorite scene from the film and how made it come to life.
Cinematographer John Rosario recently worked on Hulu’s new short film Starkeisha which premiered March 7th. You've probably seen John’s work on projects like Son of the South and Kirk Gibson Ceremonial First Pitch where he earned a 2019 Emmy Award. In addition, John recently worked on a 2022 SXSW selected film A Lot of Nothing which stars Justin Hartley and Lex Scott Davis.
Hollywood history is littered with bad movies. 1956’s “The Conqueror” is one of the worst in a crowded field of terrible films. John Wayne stars as Genghis Khan and things only get worse from there. While it suffers from a host of racists and sexist issues – and many more overall quality issues – the reason we are talking about it today is because nearly half the cast and crew contracted cancer.