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Creating the Raw Score for Sundance Film ‘Mass’
The emotional Sundance film, Mass, follows two sets of parents (Jason Isaacs and Martha Plimpton, Reed Birney and Ann Dowd) years an unspeakable tragedy tore their lives apart. This film is a masterclass in straightforward storytelling, with the film largely taking place in one small room. The nature of this film created a unique challenge for Darren as the composer, as he did not want to add a score that distracted the viewer from the already powerful performances.
When is a monitor not a monitor? Alan Stockdale records ProRes RAW on the Atomos Sumo19
Users are demanding more from their devices these days. Production monitors are no exception. When filming his latest project filmmaker Alan Stockdale turned to the Atomos Sumo19 HDR production monitor not only to view the image but also record it directly from his Sony FS5 in Apple’s exciting new ProRes RAW format.
Kinefinity Shows New 6K KineMAX & 4K KineMINI RAW Cameras
by Corey Steib Kinefinity™ based in China is a new brand of professional digital cinema products including KineRAW cameras, KineMAG SSD, KineKIT accessories, KineStation transcoding software, KineGrip sidegrip, and more. The KineRAW cameras and related products are designed, developed, assembled in China by a team with passion, concentration, vision and technical background from high performance astronomy camera design.Now for the longest time, RED has been the big company to make 4K and higher cameras but now it seems that Kinefinity has announced their very own 6K cameras called KineMax along with the KineMini 4K Camera which are sure to make a lot of noise at this years NAB.
Director Kirsten Johnson Documents Raw & Personal Netflix's Dick Johnson Is Dead
Netflix’s Dick Johnson Is Dead explores the complex emotions we feel as our loved ones grow old in a highly imaginative and cathartic story of a daughter’s love for her father as he nears the end of his life. Award-winning filmmaker and director Kirsten Johnson celebrates her father in this bittersweet tribute as a way for them to both cope with the evitable, blending imaginary scenes and real-life events as her and her father experience pain, love and joy.
DCS Event Demos DPS Enhanced Environment, Panasonic VariCam35 & Codex V-Raw Recorder
The Digital Cinema Society’s August event warmed up “THE GRID Los Angeles”, a 33’ x 60’ x 61.9’ staging and production space at DPS for an in-depth look at DPS Cinema’s Enhanced Environments process along with Panasonic’s VariCam35 and Codex’s new V-Raw Recorder-all in 4K.
Blackmagic Cinema Camera Review
by Kholi HicksBlackmagic Design’s first Cinema Camera offers great value in a small package: 13 stops of dynamic range, 2.5K Resolution, Linear RAW data in an open-source format (Cinema DNG), options to acquire in high quality, straight-to-the-edit industry standard formats such as DNxHD and ProResHQ, as well as both PAL and NTSC options in one single unit.
Finding Storage Architecture Balance and Flexibility in a Hi-Res World
Large and unstructured data, such as that obtained with video, is often 50 times larger than the average corporate database. This “unstructured” data is projected to surpass 100 Zetabytes worldwide by 2020. Out of the several influencing factors driving this trend, the fact that content resolutions are rapidly rising is fuelling this growth even further. Not only is 4K going mainstream, but 8K and high dynamic range (HDR) content are becoming a more likely choice for a variety of applications such as corporate video, sports, and VR/AR.
Revealing Bigfoot with Blackmagic Design: An Exclusive with Director Brett Eichenberger and DP Michael Ferry
Director Brett Eichenberger and DP Michael Ferry used Blackmagic Design to bring to life their latest film, “A Flash of Beauty: Bigfoot Revealed.” It was shot with a combination of Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro, Pocket Cinema Camera 4K and URSA Mini Pro 4.6K cameras in Blackmagic RAW, and then edited and graded using DaVinci Resolve.
Colorist María Carretero on Introducing, Selma Blair
In the documentary, “Introducing, Selma Blair,” actress Selma Blair gives an intimate, raw look at her life as she adapts to living with multiple sclerosis. Colorist María Carretero discussed her work on the film with ProductionHUB, including several different looks established to help support the storyline—Selma’s introduction, her fight with MS, her recovery, sharing her story with the world, and interview footage.
ZERO VFX Delivers Knockout Visual Effects for Southpaw
Antoine Fuqua’s Southpaw tells the story of Jake Gyllenhaal's Billy 'The Great' Hope and his struggles not only inside the boxing ring, but also facing his inner demons to win custody back of his daughter. The film exudes both grit and glamour -from the lavish lifestyle of a pro fighter, to the hardships he faces in his personal life - and Fuqua wanted to convey absolute reality. Aside from the typical underdog fighter turns boxing champ story, Fuqua wanted to present boxing in its raw form, causing viewers to feel every jab as if they were in the ring.