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Filmmaker Roundtable with the Directors of Welcome to the Blumhouse

By Edward Douglas

Over the past few weeks, Blumhouse Pictures and Amazon Prime Video have been releasing a series of horror-thrillers under the umbrella “Welcome to the Blumhouse,” featuring four relatively new filmmakers showing off their skills within a specific genre. Veena Sud’s The Lie reunites the director with Mireille Enos, the star of her AMC series... »

Hive Lighting Introduces Paradome Softbox and Offers Helpful Tutorial Videos

By Staff

Hive Lighting has introduced its newest modifiers, the Paradome, a unique, 16-sided, hexadecagon shaped parabolic deep dish flood reflector and softbox, that can be paired with any of Hive Lighting’s Omni-Color LEDs. The silver-lined parabolic shape allows it to be used as a flood reflector, but with the addition of the diffusion front face, it... »

Roald Dahl’s The Witches Review

By Edward Douglas

Why another movie based on Roald Dahl’s The Witches — this one directed by Oscar winner Robert Zemeckis — might be of interest to crafts and crew would seem obvious, although it’s been so long since I’ve personally seen the 1990 version directed by Nicholas Roeg I wouldn’t even know where to begin if... »

MELS Launches New Virtual Production Stage in Montreal with Solotech

By Staff

The latest word in production technology these days is the “virtual production studio,” essentially where film and television productions can film against an LED wall that allows real-time virtual backgrounds and environments created using Epic Games‘ Unreal Engine. MELS has announced the launch of its own virtual stage in Montreal in collaboration with Solotech. This follows the... »

ASC Announces Dates for 35th Annual ASC Awards to Be Held April 18, 2021

By Staff

10/21/20 9:26 AM:  The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) has announced key dates for its 35th annual ASC Awards for cinematography. Like many other awards groups, the ASC’s awards have been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and they will be streamed live from the ASC Clubhouse in Hollywood on April 18, 2021, “with plans... »

Filmmaker Spotlight: Dawn Porter on The Way I See It and John Lewis: Good Trouble

By Edward Douglas

With only a few months left to the year, it’s fairly evident that while 2020 hasn’t produced nearly as many theatrical blockbusters as past years, it has been a pretty good year for documentaries. One filmmaker who has done quite well for herself despite the pandemic is Dawn Porter, who directed not one but... »

Composer Steven Price on Making Music for Over the Moon

By Daniel Eagan

A young girl sets off on a magical adventure in Over the Moon, an animated musical streaming on Netflix starting October 23. Directed by Academy Award-winning animator Glen Keane, the movie takes its inspiration from Chinese tales about Chang’e, an immortal moon goddess. “It’s like the Chinese version of Father Christmas,” according to Steven... »

CineGear Expo ON AIR Pays Tribute to Still Photographer Douglas Kirkland

By Staff

On October 28, CineGear Expo is presenting a special ON AIR tribute to still photographer Douglas Kirkland, whose body of work includes iconic images of famous artists Man Ray, Coco Chanel and Andy Warhol, as well as musicians Frank Sinatra, Mick Jagger and Diana Ross, and an immense portfolio of actor and filmmaker portraits, including Marlene Dietrich, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Leonardo DiCaprio,... »

NAB Show Announces Second Annual Product of the Year Awards

By Staff

At the 2020 NAB Show New York, held virtually this year, the winners were announced for the 2nd annual NAB Show Product of the Year Awards, recognizing the most significant and promising new products and technologies being showcased for the first time at either NAB Show or NAB Show New York. You can read... »

Crafts Spotlight: Art Direction on the New Series The Right Stuff

By Scott Essman

For Appian Way’s producer Jennifer Davisson, among the many properties offered to the company she and overall proprietor Leonardo DiCaprio were analyzing for production potential was pilot Chuck Yeager’s autobiography, with regards to adapting it into a feature film. While that project did not move forward into the development phase, another Appian Way executive... »

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