The new GM of Autodesk’s Shotgun Software, Sarah Hodges, reflects on the new normal in media & entertainment.
Rich Schaefer is an award-winning cinematographer with more than 25 years of experience. By delivering stunning images across a variety of entertainment and commercial projects, Rich’s punctilious eye and valued ingenuity makes him a top collaborator and creator in his craft.
Quantum recently announced advancements to its award-winning StorNext file system and data management software, designed to make cloud content more accessible. The new StorNext will enable hybrid-cloud and multi-cloud use cases, delivering greater flexibility for media and entertainment customers and other data-intensive environments such as genomics, academic research, video surveillance, oil and gas and government security.
Camera Operator/Cinematographer Jesse Feldman is well-known in the industry for many popular projects including Pose, American Crime Story: The People v OJ Simpson & The Assassination of Gianni Versace, Sons of Anarchy and American Horror Story... to name a few.
Women are taking the production industry today by storm - holding positions in all roles, including as film directors, actresses, cinematographers, film producers, film critics, and other film industry professions.
ProductionHUB spotlighted a few of these incredible women to discuss how they broke into the industry, why they love what they do and how they continuously inspire other women to pave the way for their own careers.
Supervising colorist at Light Iron, Ian Vertovec, talks about his role as a colorist, recent projects and what he loves so much about being in the industry.
Imagine if you could use any physical environment as a stage for a compelling and interactive digital experience. That is what augmented reality in 2020 is like, according to Chris O’Reilly, the Co-Founder of Nexus Studios, (with offices in Los Angeles and London) whose interactive team have spent much of the last year consumed with the developing potential of AR. For him, it is an extraordinary technology where buildings come to life, imaginary creatures believably walk among us, and a myriad of alternate versions of reality are made to exist on top of another. More than stories, these are worlds that we will be able to experience, intertwined with our own and at any moment, powered by new technologies and our imagination.
Jacob Burns Film Center developed Creative Culture to champion diverse voices and foster a thriving artistic community from the region, across the country and around the world. Donor-funded fellowships and residencies help to ensure that people from every economic background have access to this rich experience.
Jumbo follows Jeanne, a shy young woman, works in an amusement park. Fascinated with carousels, she still lives at home with her mother. That's when Jeanne meets Jumbo, the park's new flagship attraction. Cinematographer Thomas Buelens discusses how the film was a fun visual playground for a DP like him, the dynamic lighting (over 160 lights) on the amusement ride, Jumbo, that brought it to life as a character. In an exclusive interview, he gives insight into his creative process, his unique behind-the-camera perspective, and more.
Sundance Film Festival has been THE premiere place for production professionals - seasoned to fresh-faced - to come showcase their incredible work on life-changing films. The 2020 event proves to be no different, with tons of amazing films from expert professionals. We got the chance to interview a few of the filmmakers attending Sundance.