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Images of smoke and flames engulfing parts of the Amazon rainforest have been in and out of the international news headlines in the past few weeks. With Brazil still at the start of its dry season, experts in Brazil have predicted that the the worst may be still to come, so we’re expecting to see more and more foreign news crews heading to the region in the coming weeks.
The minute I opened the road case with the new DJI Ronin-S tucked inside, I said to my frequent shooting partner Sean McVeigh from McVeigh Productions, "This was going to be a fun review." Getting to put new gear to the test is what Sean and I love to do. We could see that the DJI Ronin-S was going to be great right out of the box.
by Daniel Hurst It's been a few months since we first got our hands on the MoVI and it has been a great tool on many of our recent stock shoots (check out the Shutterstock behind the scenes video where we took it out for the first time). We have had the opportunity to run it through its paces - shooting handheld from cars, atvs, bicycles, skateboards and even helicopters. While the MoVI is very easy to simply pick up and start shooting with, there is a learning curve with several aspects of the system. Here are a few tips for working with this great piece of equipment.
Creative professionals are by nature risk takers. Whether it’s some sweeping camera move or scene, we all want to get “that shot”. You know what I'm talking about. The one shot that steals your breath and makes for that wow and I might just die moment. Let’s take a look at some of the people and projects that make us stand up and take notice.
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.
How do you tell the story of an icon of the Women’s Movement and powerhouse behind the fight for women’s rights? You assemble a team of talented, creative, and passionate crusaders in their fields to direct, produce, and edit the documentary. You include professionals who bring a depth of experience as well as newer associates who add cutting-edge technical skills — all women, all impassioned by the inspiration of the woman herself, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
You take the plunge and the cool quiet mumbling of life below edges out the background hum of the world above. Everything beyond the surface takes a distant place in your ears, and if you’re lucky, in your mind, too.
Every week (sometimes even every day), there’s a new viral video that explodes on the internet. You know the videos: the ones blowing up on your Twitter feed and getting reshared like crazy on Facebook. Whether it’s an unlikely animal friendship or a husband gifting his wife a stationary bike, you’ve often wondered what it is about these videos that make them go viral.
Everyone’s heard of Sundance, Tribeca and Cannes. What everyone doesn’t know is that there are great festivals out there just as inspiring, that are sometimes overlooked or underrated. We’re not saying you shouldn’t try and submit your work to some of the more “popular” film fests, but the other fests need love too! (Plus, it’s a great way to gain feedback while learning and meeting new people, instead of getting lost in the shuffle at the bigger events.) Listed are our picks of underrated festivals across the globe that should be given a reel chance. You never know, one of them might just spark your filmmaking fancy…
CinematographerBertie Gregory is the 26-year-old behind BBC's Seven Worlds, One Planet. He's already a 2020 BAFTA nominee, and current Emmy-contender. Bertie has made a name for himself as one of the youngest and most sought-after wildlife filmmakers in the business. Along with Seven Worlds, he has contributed his talent to a variety of wildlife projects, including producing/hosting for National Geographic’s online series, WildLife: Resurrection Island and WildLife: The Big Freeze.