A long list of the noteworthy things I watched in 2021.
So I started shooting this short in March. I quickly lost interest and gave up. Then, sometime in October I realized that other than random drone footage I really had not shot much this year (I only just realized that my last post on this site was February 14th 2021). So I tinkered and rethought … Continue reading A Man and His Mug
A long list of films and shows I watched and loved in 2020.
I attempted to work out my thoughts and feelings regarding the iPhone with this post.
I write again about the iPhone, short films and why I like these quick-and-dirty movies.
I went exploring today and found an interesting filmmaker.
Taking a moment to look at what actually transpired this past year - and what can be learned from it.
What You Should Know This film fits into many categories but “Space Opera” seems to work the best. How do we define “Space Opera”? Wikipedia gives us: Space opera is a subgenre of science fiction that emphasizes space warfare, melodramatic adventure, interplanetary battles, as well as chivalric romance, and often risk-taking. Set mainly or entirely … Continue reading See it Again – Jupiter Ascending
Today I read an article on the Filmsupply blog - https://blog.filmsupply.com/articles/operation-avalanche/9 It is mostly an interview about the film, Operation Avalanche, that delves into the technical aspects of how they made the movie. I won't spoil those details here other than to say their workflow was unusual. In order to properly emulate the look of … Continue reading Film and Digital – Operation Avalanche and Workflows