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Have Seamless Green Screen Sets Finally Arrived?

ILM would like you to think so. A recent post to their YouTube channel shows just how little of the final seq...

Documentary Filmmaking: When Lying Tells the Truth

It's a problem that seems to be shared by both quantum physics (a subject about which I know a ton, seriously)...

COMPETITION: Nokia + Music Video + Sundance London = Cash Prizes!

News of a music video completion dropped in our inbox this morning where some cash prizes, cool phones, and a ...

How to be Quentin Tarantino

With the recent release of Tarantino's eighth feature as a director, the guys over at Film Doctor take a look ...

The Sound of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

The guys over at SoundWorks Collection visit Park Road Post Studios in Wellington, New Zealand to talk with th...

How Digitization Affects Film Festivals

All cinemas are expected to convert to digital projectors by 2015, and this digital shift is having a dramatic...

COMPETITION: Win a Scholarship to Study Filmmaking or Screenwriting at Budapest Film Academy

BIf you fancy spending spring and beyond studying filmmaking in Hungary, then you'll be excited to learn that ...

HFR Filmmaking with Hollywood FX Pioneer Douglas Trumbull... from the 1980s

The recent release of The Hobbit has caused an awful lot of buzz, both in from critics and fans, but also from...

TUTORIAL: Colour Grading a Sequence in Final Cut Pro

Ruan Lotter runs a YouTube channel called Tunnelviziontv which contains a number of interesting tutorials, pro...

Technicolor Launches 'CineStyleT Color Assist', an Entry-Level Colour-Correction/Grading Tool

When it comes to colour and motion pictures, there are few companies out there who can match the expertise and...

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