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Creating Action Sequences for The Boys with Stunt Coordinator Tig Fong
Tig Fong is an award-nominated stunt coordinator and director with over 30 years of experience in the industry as an actor, stunt performer, and stunt rigger. Inspired by role models Bruce Lee and Jet Li, Tig trained in various martial arts throughout his life. His current projects include NBC’s upcoming series ‘The Lost Symbol,’ FX’s ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ and Amazon’s ‘The Boys,’ which earned Tig earned his first Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series.
Published on Thursday, June 17, 2021 10:00 AM
A "Call to Action": Gravitas Helps Bring 'Foster Boy' to Life
Michael Trainer (Matthew Modine) is a high-powered corporate lawyer, estranged from his family and his humanity; Jamal Randolph (Shane Paul McGhie) is an angry young man who has been imprisoned after enduring years of abuse in the corrupt foster care system. If Michael and Jamal can overcome their differences, they may find justice for Jamal and expose the immorality of for-profit foster care. That's the synopsis for the highly anticipated film Foster Boy, directed by Youssef Delara. We got the chance to talk exclusively to the powerhouse company, Gravitas Ventures, which connects independent filmmakers and producers with distribution opportunities across the globe, about their work on the film—including writer Jay Paul Deratany, Producer Andrew Sugarman and DI & VFX Executive Producer Steve Bannerman.
Published on Thursday, October 15, 2020 10:30 PM
A Glimpse Into Ireland’s Film and TV Industry: Ready for More Action
Does it make sense to film your next project in Ireland? That's an important question, and we'll tell you why. The Banshees of Inisherin received eight Golden Globes nominations and won three awards (best film, screenplay and actor). As a result, a Tourism Ireland video about the making of the Banshees of Inisherin film has drawn more than 6 million views.
Published on Thursday, March 16, 2023 9:00 AM
Bringing Your “A” Game to the Set with Director Tom DeNucci
I have this great idea for a movie. Local kid who works hard, catches a few breaks and goes on to direct some really big pictures. Oh wait, this is a true story happening right now in real life. Actor, Writer, and Director, Tom “Tommy” DeNucci is the “kid” and I have been fortunate to have a front row seat as he continues to build a successful career in the film business. Recently, I was lucky enough to catch Tom between projects for an exclusive sit down for ProductionHUB, where he shared some of his background and experiences working in the film business.
Published on Friday, March 4, 2022 10:00 AM
Director + DP Dream Team Bring This Breakout Slamdance Film to Life
Director Matthew Wade and DP Lila Streicher are the creators behind the breakout Slamdance Film Festival feature “A Black Rift Begins to Yawn." The film tells the story of how as two former classmates dig into their deceased professor’s set of cassette tapes, which possibly contain recordings of strange signals from beyond the stars, they begin to feel memories, the chronology of time, and their identities slip into obscurity.
Published on Monday, July 19, 2021 10:00 AM
Before You Hire A Director for Your Next Project, Read This
“How many of you have you ever hired an architect?” I asked this question in a presentation on Video Marketing I gave recently to the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). Only one person in the audience raised their hand. I wasn’t surprised. I asked the question because I thought I knew what an architect did, until I actually hired one. Then I found out that (just like directors) architects do all sorts of things I never thought they did. Early on in my career an architect pulled me aside and explained to me that many people who might want to hire me, have no real idea what it is I actually do? He suggested I include a worksheet outlining my process in my marketing materials and I’ve found it to be a really valuable road map for clients to better understand how we work together.
Published on Thursday, June 15, 2017 10:00 AM
Calabash Creative Director Wayne Brejcha On Creating During Lockdown & Shutting Off External Noise
With live-action production largely shut down across much of the globe, more has been asked of the post-production community -- whether in animation, visual effects community, music and audio post -- to creatively take up the slack. At least that’s how it seems from the perspective of Wayne Brejcha, Creative Director/Co-Owner (along with Executive Producer Sean Henry) of acclaimed Chicago animation studio Calabash.
Published on Friday, July 17, 2020 10:00 AM
Director David F. Sandberg Takes a DIY Approach to Filmmaking on ‘Annabelle: Creation’ with Blackmagic Design
Director David F. Sandberg has always had a passion for horror and sci-fi films. Though his résumé includes a variety of animation, documentary and short form drama projects, horror and sci-fi have always been the end goal.
Published on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 11:00 AM
Director Rik Reinholdtsen Brings a Show Stopping Cinematic Look to HBO Max's Legendary
HBO Max’s Legendary isn’t the first reality competition series to shine a light on a fascinating slice of LGBTQ+ culture, but series director Rik Reinholdtsen brought a showstopping cinematic look to the Ballroom competition show’s first season that is unlike anything you've ever seen before. Reinholdtsen (Cooked with Cannabis, Inside the Actor’s Studio, Chelsea) shot with the Canon EOS C700 Full-Frame Cinema Camera, EOS C500 Mark II, and Sumire Prime Lenses to create a larger-than-life look that matched the majesty of the Ballroom performances, which blend dance, performance art and fashion. Reinholdtsen used the same gear to shoot in the field for the documentary portions of the show, helping him achieve a cohesive look. We spoke exclusively to Reinholdtsen about his experience on Legendary, why Canon was the right choice for this project, and what inspired the show’s aesthetic.
Published on Friday, November 6, 2020 10:00 AM
Should You Co-Direct? Things We Learned While Sharing the Director’s Chair
It’s unlikely to find yourself forced to co-direct, but if you’ve made the choice to collaborate this closely with someone, you might still have some lingering trepidation.
Published on Wednesday, June 2, 2021 10:00 AM
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