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Let memories of tacky, unsuccessful Halloween costumes go to the grave (R.I.P.): it’s time to resurrect your supernatural side. Are you ready to stand out this year? These tips are guaranteed to give you that extra spooky flair to help scare, impress, and fascinate, all by using only two things: makeup and items found in your kitchen.
Being in front of the camera is not easy. This is especially true for corporate clients with less experience in the spotlight. When being interviewed on camera, there are small details that can make a major impact on the final video. Makeup Artist Crisger Santley delivers her top five makeup and hair tips for interview shoots.
We had a chance to interview 1st AD Alex Stein to discuss the anatomy of a call sheet. In this article (and video), Alex Stein will break down all the components that should be included in a standard call sheet for film and television.
When a big part of your job is creating art for commerce, it’s really easy to get busy with the commerce side of things and forget to feed your artist side. Ten years ago, a friend of mine got a tattoo that said: “All Ways Create”. The spelling was intentional, he’s a versatile artist of many mediums. The point is, I’ve never known him not to be working on his own projects alongside his corporate and commercial work.
ProductionHUB announces its “How Not to Screw Up When You Crew Up” panel at the StarLite Film Festival Sun., March 1 at 3 p.m. at the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden (160 Plant St.). Whether you work in production or need to create promotional videos for your business, learn some tips & tricks on hiring crew and vendors for your projects and making the most of your budget.
Special Makeup Artist Antonina Henderson is making a name for herself in the industry by creating elaborate creatures and transforming talent for film, TV and live events. The one-time U.S. Army firefighter turned artist found her calling in college and has since turned her passion into a blossoming career.
It's the time of year when zombies roam the streets and ghouls appear on your doorstep. Makeup and special FX artist, Danielle Wolf is no stranger to these creepy characters... she brings them to life! See how she got her start in the biz and why she loves the art of creating eerie looks.
In the world of video game production, there's a lot of time that goes into elements such as designing landscapes, people and the wardrobes, which is a major part of bringing characters to life. Makeup artist Kelton Ching is responsible for creating all of the wardrobes and masks for the upcoming Lovecraft-inspired open world game from Frogwares, The Sinking City, during E3. What goes into wardrobe for video games? Is it much different than wardrobe design for film? Kelton answers these questions and more.
Most people only deal with spooky characters & ghoulish sprits one month out of the year, but for Matt Scott, owner and chief artist of Von Grimm Productions, Halloween is an everyday occurrence. With over 13,000 hours in professionally operated haunted attractions as well as work in film and television, learn how to make it in the dark world of special effects, one horror story at a time.
Left: Jenny Gering, Lori Hicks, and Peg Schierholz (photo credit: Cindy Ord, Getty). Right: Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell in The Americans. by Nina StreichNew York Women in Film & TV hosted a star-studded event to honor costume designers, makeup artists and hair stylists in the entertainment industry. The 14th annual event, co-produced by Variety, and sponsored by PEOPLE Magazine, paid tribute three outstanding honorees as well as presenting the Variety Ensemble Award for the entire creative team of The Americans."The many talented women in these crafts are rarely recognized for their contributions to the films and TV shows they work on. Fourteen years ago, NYWIFT decided it was time to put them in the spotlight," explained Terry Lawler, NYWIFT’s Executive Director.