A video from the Spotted Dog, April 7th, 2011
A round up of how it went.
Welcome to our fourth Film Technology Symposium. This year we are looking at new models of cinema and the ways in which our industry is changing. This is our biggest symposium yet – stretching out to encompass events that engage directly with businesses and industry. Please get involved and support these events! THE FARMERS ON […]
Flash back one hundred years. Cinema burst into existence in a variety of standards and formats, different tools and processes. It proved to be popular and potentially lucrative so processes became standardized and formalized to create repeatability of success. The studio system developed genres, production processes and business models to sustain this. Jump to now. […]
Christopher J. Boghosian and Mark Savage both wrote great posts recently that used analogies to identify some of the challenges that face the filmmaker (the baker and the priest respectively). Last year I wrote a post for Randy Finchabout why we should be careful with the language we use to identify ourselves as filmmakers, and I want […]