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Enabling the Cloud as Traditional Broadcast Workflows Evolve
The Cloud itself is pretty simple, but for broadcasters, leveraging it can be complex. It isn’t that difficult technically, but Broadcast still straddles requirements that demand real time, high resolution, quick turnaround solutions; and this is coupled with the need to connect geographically separate locations, reduce costs, and extend access to assets for multi-format distribution. All of this has meant that the conversation about the Cloud has evolved rapidly from asking the basic question “What can I do in the Cloud?” to trial projects and implementations that are now underway or under evaluation.
Published on Thursday, July 13, 2017 2:00 PM
Craft Service: The Most Important Line Item On a Small Budget
So you're making a movie. You read all the books, watched the DVDs, maybe got a degree, or you learned things “the hard way,” by trial and error. You’re a master, or maybe not. You went on a vision quest and the film gods granted you a story to tell. It’s gonna be your breakthrough project. For whatever reason, you decided to make a movie, short or long, cheap or expensive, and you’ve assembled a crew of competent specialists. I used to believe in the auteur theory, and creatively, I still do, but that doesn’t mean you literally do all the heavy lifting alone. No matter how many heads are present (and how many hats they’re wearing), filmmaking is a team effort.
Published on Monday, February 19, 2018 10:00 AM
Five Filmmaking Tips from Orson Welles
Did you know that Orson Welles – who, with his 1941 iconoclastic masterpiece Citizen Kane changed how films are made and watched forever – was primarily interested in theatre? This Founding Father was a no-nonsense visionary and polyhistor talented in every aspect of his discipline, one in which he was fully self-taught. He inspired all your favourites from Spielberg to Scorsese, from Bergman to Paul Thomas Anderson – and through these tips you too can learn some of his tricks.
Published on Monday, August 13, 2018 10:00 AM
Why Assimilate's SCRATCH v8 is a Must-Have for Production Pros
SCRATCH v8 is everything a digital cinema or broadcast post artist needs for 2D and 3D productions: One comprehensive and robust end-to-end imaging tool set -- from data management to conform, color grading, versioning, compositing, playback, and finishing -- for nearly all digital workflows, including RED, ARRI, Sony F65 and F55, Canon 5D, Phantom, Go Pro and many more.
Published on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 1:17 PM
London-based VFX house Lexhag Creates Title Sequence for Sky Atlantic’s TV Drama Riviera
In our exclusive Q&A with Visual Effects Director Alexis Haggar, of London-based VFX house Lexhag, he talks about his work regarding the main title sequence for “Riviera,” Sky Atlantic’s new 10 part drama series starring Julia Stiles as the wife of a billionaire who uncovers the dark truth behind her opulent lifestyle.
Published on Tuesday, September 5, 2017 10:46 AM
Crazy Rich Asians Is Especially Meaningful For yU+co Founder & Creative Director Garson Yu
In 1993 Garson Yu, Founder/Creative Director of the award-winning 20-year-old company yU+co, was a young designer with the then leading design studio R/GA LA working on his first title sequence design project for the film “The Joy Luck Club,” the first Hollywood film with an all Asian cast.
Published on Monday, September 24, 2018 10:00 AM
In Review: Sachtler Flowtech 75 MS Carbon Fiber Tripod
If you have been out shooting for a while, then you know just how important a good tripod is. Even if you are the best handheld shooter, sooner or later you are going to need a reliable tripod. The trick is to find one that is easy to set up, doesn't weigh a ton, is affordable and most of all, durable. The Sachtler Flowtech 75 MS Carbon Fiber hits all of these marks and more.
Published on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 10:00 AM
Capitalizing on the DIY-ness of Web Video
Web series, Model Wife, is a great example of how many in the industry are branching out and capitalizing on the availability and DIY-ness of web video. Model Wife was created, written and produced by Cory Cavin, Bill Grandberg and Josh Lay. It's a comedic web series about a normal guy, his supermodel wife and their two neighbors. After meeting Cory and Josh while working on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and becoming fast friends and a fan of their work, Edmond Hawkins jumped at the chance to direct an episode. Six episodes and one year later, and he’s still at it.
Published on Thursday, November 7, 2013 11:00 AM
Meet The VFX Team Behind The Critically Acclaimed Escape at Dannemora
The VFX team behind Showtime's hit series Escape at Dannemora, which swept up the best actress win at the Golden Globes, talked to ProductionHUB about their in-depth work recreating the places and events of one of the strangest jailbreaks in history.
Published on Friday, April 5, 2019 10:00 AM
Tribeca Film Festival 2019 Lights Up the Big Apple
This year’s edition of the star-studded Tribeca Film Festival was filled with tons of great films, storytelling events and immersive technologies. Founded by Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff, the Tribeca Film Festival was introduced as a way to inspire and lift New Yorkers right after the tragic events of September 11th, 2001.
Published on Monday, May 13, 2019 3:09 PM
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