I don’t get a chance to make a lot of films, but this is one I’d wanted to make for a while.
I’d love to make it into a whole series of shorts. We’ll see what happens.
I’m 20% of the way to my goal! A huge thank you to everyone who has donated so far and another huge thanks to all of you who have sent encouraging messages and kind words. It is all very much appreciated.
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I don’t post a lot of links to other people’s content but I may start doing it more if I find some amazing sites or resources that I don’t believe are widely known.Read More»
Amélie was awarded the #1 spot as the best cinematography of the past decade. I know aesthetics is very much a matter of personal taste, but I couldn’t agree more. For my money Amélie is the most beautifuly shot film I’ve seen to date. Here’s the complete list. I’ve linked the films I have covered in past blog posts. All the older films that only have SD shots I will be replacing at some point with HD shots. Enjoy!Read More»
Thoughts on 3D
I recently had the very exciting opportunity to speak with Mark Vargo, ASC. Mark has worked on some of the most iconic films in the history of cinema like Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Ghostbusters (for which he was nominated for an Academy award in 1985). He graciously shared his thoughts on film vs. digital, his experience shooting “The Way Back” and where technology might be headed in the not-to-distant future. Special thanks to Mark for taking the time to chat with me. Here’s what he had to say.Read More»