Cinematographers Eric Moynier and Michael Caracciolo shoot NBC's hit series, The Blacklist, with support from Anton/Bauer batteries, Litepanels fixtures, and OConnor fluid heads. Mostly shot on location - including Manhattan, the outer boroughs, Long Island, New York's Rockland and Westchester counties and the stages of Chelsea Piers - the show's dramatic storytelling is a perfect match for the tools.
Jeremy Carr, whose film Other Madnesses, is a dark study of a reclusive NYC tour guide who suffers from nightmares that force him to lash out at threats he perceives around him. Carr's film took roughly eight years to go from script to screen, including six years' of filming. Get an inside look at this director's work, advice and tips for first time filmmakers.
Not that long ago, advertisers' TV media plans focused exclusively on GRPs, reach and frequency. Now, online has upended the model, enabling users and influencers to dramatically expand the reach of brand messages via social channels. The post-game online viewing of Super Bowl ads is a perfect example of this phenomenon. Now brands are creating their own content and are also recruiting influencers to create content and share their experiences with their networks to drive engagement. What does all this mean for advertisers and the broader advertising market?
Key members of “The Walking Dead” team appeared at the NAB Show this year. Cast member Steven Yeun, “The Walking Dead” comic book creator and series executive producer Robert Kirkman and AMC President Charlie Collier all came together to give us an inside look at the show.
Learn quick tips on how to prep, conduct and capture your next great interview.
Online video has experienced unprecedented growth over the past 5 years, fueled by a proliferation of content, devices, improved broadband and monetization. With online video now a completely mainstream behavior, what are the big trends that will power the industry over the next 5 years?
TV personality Jason Wahler goes one-on-one with PRISM Award winning actor and "Walking Dead" and "Southland" star Michael Cudlitz to discuss the impact of authentic storytelling. Michael earned his PRISM Award for his portrayal of John Cooper, a police officer who struggled with an addiction to pain killers after an injury. He will be interviewed by Jason Wahler about how he brought this character to life, the trials and tribulations and hope demonstrated by the character, and the impact the character has had on the public. During the session, the influence of entertainment and media on audiences will be examined and the power of accurate portrayals on attitude and behavior change revealed. This is a unique opportunity to see how a character and his story goes from the script page to a living, breathing, flesh-and-blood individual that audiences root for and return for.
In this session at NAB, Morgan Spurlock gives insight on his documentary films. He shares what filmmakers can take away from following their dreams, having confidence to follow through and sharing insight on issues going on in the world with our communities.
Ultimately, as filmmakers we would all rather spend our time & energy doing something creative rather than tearing our hair out putting in long hours to “fix” the problems incurred during production. That being said, this is a list of tips we’ve compiled over the years to help streamline both your production and post-production.
Whether you own a video production business or are working for a company that has a production component to it, there is the opportunity to expand your services by incorporating video advertising into your arsenal of services offered.