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Amy Winehouse: Tributes paid to singer at movie premiere By Clip Syndicate Amy Winehouse's friends and admirers turn out at the premiere of Amy, the documentary film based on her life, to honour her memory and pay tribute to her personality. ...Read More »
Keeping a Film Look While Shooting in Low Light "Hero of the Underworld" is about redemption. And it takes viewers from high class life to the seedy world of drug dealers and drug dependence. The film is both literally and figuratively showing viewers the dark world of drug life.The characters in "Hero of the Underworld" exist in a dark world, but they also needed to be shown in stark, visible detail. DP and Director of the film John Vincent needed to toe the line of working with a limited lighting package while still keeping every expression of the actors visible. To do this, he chose to shoot "Hero of the Underworld" with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and grade it using DaVinci Resolve. ...Read More »
Pamela Anderson At Unity Premiere By Clip Syndicate Pamela Anderson showcased her impressive figure at the premiere of Documentary, Unity. The 47-year-old stunner kept it low key in some fitted trousers but of course her waist and cleavage were on show in a bodice top. The documentary features voices of 100 celebrity narrators, of which Pamela is one. The star later posed with fellow narrator, David LaCapelle, who kept it country cool in a green shirt. Joaquin Phoenix who also helped voice the film, was at the LA premiere. He was relaxed and casual in a pink shirt. ...Read More »
DaVinci Resolve Helps Swordfish Mix the Old with the New As filmmaking continues to advance, it's important to invest in new technology, but also not to forget the traditional art forms and to continue to create in the original mediums. And often times, mixing the old with the new produces an even greater result. Mauricio Baiocchi, senior creative at San Francisco based motion design studio Swordfish, did just that on "Crickets Would Sing," a stop motion animated film based on short stories written by Frances Fabri. ...Read More »
"The Rivalry" Short Horror Film Shot With One Man Crew and Blackmagic Design Max Normandin always knew he wanted to be a filmmaker. He dreamed of completing his own film, and decided to forgo traditional training and resources and just do it. To pursue his passion, Max purchased a Blackmagic Cinema Camera and a few accessories, and started shooting his first film. With hard work and a lot of ingenuity, the short horror film, "The Rivalry," was born. ...Read More »
Bridge Street: "Finding Home" Documentary 6-10-15 By Clip Syndicate Teen filmmakers Steven Ali, Tristan Briggs, and Zack Worden explore homelessness across America in their first feature-length film. ...Read More »
The Woodlands First Baptist Church Seamlessly Transitions into a Connected Campus and Mega Church with Blackmagic Design In 2011, Timothy Thornton officially got tired of traveling the world. But who could blame him? After working in every possible facet of the A/V and live production industries for more than 30 years, Timothy had traveled the globe pushing road cases, hooking up wires and designing systems and workflows for everything from churches and fast food chains to concerts. His company was also involved with the Democratic and Republican Nationals Conventions, the Golden Globes, Grammy Awards and Oscars. Timothy has always had a faith based background, so when The Woodlands, TX based The Woodlands First Baptist Church asked him to revamp its A/V, he put away his suitcases and said yes. In his role as Technical Director of the Media Department, Timothy began by producing several in house events. ...Read More »
Indie Films Shot Over Mobile By FilmGirl from the Future As smartphones become more portable and their features are continually improved, many are now maximizing their handsets at work. In fact, even filmmakers, especially those who are just starting out in the industry, are using their mobile devices to create award-winning short films. Due to the continuing trend in mobile adoption at video production houses, many organizations have started recognizing individuals who excel in this category. One of the popular award ceremonies for filmmakers is the iPhone Film Festival (IFF) that is now into its fifth year of awarding film makers that use iPhones in shooting their movies. ...Read More »
Katy Perry Hasn't Talked to Russell Brand Since Divorce By Clip Syndicate Katy Perry revealed in a new interview that she hasn't spoken to ex-husband Russell Brand since he texted her saying he was filing for divorce. ...Read More »
Leonard Nimoy, Spock of ‘Star Trek’ dies By Clip Syndicate - Leonard Nimoy, whose portrayal of "Star Treks" logic-driven, half-human science officer Spock made him an iconic figure to generations, died Friday. He was 83. The Los Angeles Times and New York Times confirmed his death with his wife, Susan Bay Nimoy. The cause of death was chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, she told the New York Times. Nimoys career in show business spanned more than six decades and included stints as a stage actor, television guest star, series regular and movie veteran. ...Read More »

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