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Personal Profile:
Java Post's Caffeine Fueled Success
Jack Tunnicliffe, Java Post founder and president, has lived the transition into digital, keeping his post production facility on the forefront of technology shifts and disruptions. "Java Post is 20 years old, but this is my 43rd year working in television," he said. "I started in television working at the CTV (Canadian TV) television network as a camera operator and eventually worked my way to a producer/director position doing live television, such as the Olympics. I also produced and directed television shows, documentaries and commercials, but my passion has always been the work done in post." ...Read More »
Company Profile:
Cinema Art Speeds Up the Golden Age of Mexican Movie
Spanish speaking channels Cine Nostalgia and Cine Estelar program line up features a number of movie genres including comedy, classic western, drama and action from the '50s, '60s and '70s streamed in HD to the US market over cable platforms Direct TV, AT&T, Verizon and Cox. Cinema Arts, a Mexico-based production facility owned and by Vasallo Vision Group, has embarked on a sizeable film restoration project, with the aim of bringing Cine Nostalgia and Cine Estelar's 2000 plus Mexican 35mm Film classics to digital HD with unmatched quality and preservation. "It's not just about restoring a film," states Cinema Arts CEO Carlos Vasallo. "Our goal is to present the highest quality and be faithful to its artistic and historical work as envisioned by the original producers, directors, and screenwriters." ...Read More »
Technology:
Content Insider #453 - VR Film
VR is in its early stages. It's something you marvel at when you experience it first hand. You're actually there - part of the game, taking a vacation in your easy chair, feeling the rush of breathtaking sport activities, traveling back in time and to the edges of the universe, exploring the inner workings of equipment. The potential is limited only by your imagination and filmmakers are rushing to take you there pushing the boundaries of entertainment, enjoyment, learning technology. Imagine how much storage is required...awesome! ...Read More »
New Release:
OWC offers SSD upgrade kits
Aura SSD upgrade kits are the first and only PCIe-based flash storage upgrades available for MacBook Pro with Retina display (Late 2013 and newer) and MacBook Air (Mid 2013 and newer) models. ...Read More »
Feature:
Divergent Media Partners with Pomfort
If you've used Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, or even Adobe Prelude, you know that you have an opportunity to use Divergent Media's ScopeLink to monitor output in ScopeBox. Now, Divergent Media is announcing that you can use ScopeLink within Silverstack XT 5.1 as well. ...Read More »
Project Profile:
A Look into "Peek-A-Boo": Blackmagic Design's Pocket Cinema Camera Captures the Dark Fairytale
Not every game has a happy ending. In "Peek-A-Boo," a frazzled father finds out what happens when he refuses to play a game with his fun loving daughter who has her heart set on it. Mark Lawson of "One Life to Live" plays the father, an actor, who is managing the household while his wife is traveling while also juggling preparing for an upcoming audition. His daughter, Sally, is a handful and keeps begging him to play peek-a-boo with her. "You have to play the game!" she insists. Later that night, the father discovers his decision not to holds supernatural consequences. ...Read More »
Research:
Turning Orlando Into an 80s Arcade Game
The American Advertising Association's Awards, formerly called the ADDYs, is one of the ad industry's highest honors. Taking place regionally, the award events are huge productions that bring together the best creatives in the US ad space. For this year's Orlando awards, Florida's Ad Club chose Levitation Creative Agency to come up with an intro video that would show off Orlando and why it is such an amazing place to live and create. And what better way than to fly through every part of Orlando and turn the city into an 80s arcade game? ...Read More »
Business Issues:
Content Insider #449 - New Wave of Films
The Sundance Film Festival has grown and prospered over the years introducing some outstanding filmmakers to people who can give their video ideas a worldwide audience and yes a little financial return as well. This year everyone was there including networks, studios, distributors, synicators, YouTube, Netflix, Amazon, AOL and many more with checkbooks ready to find new, different titles and entertainment to fill their inventories. Hundreds of other indie film festivals around the globe will be held to give the driven independent filmmakers the opportunity to show their work and negotiate deals. Low cost 4K cameras, production solutions made it all possible. That and a lot of skill, determination and ... luck. ...Read More »
Project Profile:
Anchorfield Helps Athletes and Artists 'Share the Journey'
Held biennially, the Special Olympics World Summer Games bring together athletes from countries around the world to demonstrate their courage and determination, as well as to discover new strengths and skills. In July 2015, the fourteenth games were held in Los Angeles and had 6,500 Special Olympics athletes from 165 nations competing in 25 different sports. Stephan's cinema verité style lent itself perfectly to the project, as he strove to film the talent within their own environments, allowing the narrative to unfold through intimate conversations and observed moments. In order to support the documentary style of the films, Stephan used a Blackmagic URSA 4K digital film camera, as well as several Pocket Cinema Cameras. ...Read More »
Featured News:
ASSIMILATE Announces Support for ProRes 4444 XQ
ASSIMILATE announced today it has added support in its SCRATCH post-production tools and workflow for encoding and decoding using the Apple ProRes 4444 XQ codec. ProRes 4444 XQ is the highest-quality version of the ProRes codec for 4:4:4:4 image sources (including alpha channels). This format has a very high data rate to preserve the detail in high-dynamic-range imagery generated by today's highest-quality digital image sensors. For the detailed facts and benefits, visit https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202410. ...Read More »
Project Profile:
Creating Broadway World's "Empty Space": LA's Downtown Repertory Theater's Devon Armstrong and Blackmagic Cinema Camera
"Empty Space" airs on broadwayworld.com, and now ShowUp.media as well, and takes a hilarious look behind the scenes of a theater troupe. The web series is Broadway World's first original web series and follows the main character, Orson Ripley, a guerilla theater actor, as he replaces the lead and is thrown into the feud between the cast and crew of "Romeo and Juliet." We caught up with Devon, who gives some great insight into how he uses Blackmagic Cinema Camera EFs and DaVinci Resolve Studio? to create "Empty Spaces." ...Read More »
Events:
NABShow for Motion Media Creators
It's not a far trip from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, but for many, the NAB Show is not just a destination to find the latest technology and software for broadcast, but to meet the people of the industry as well. As much as we are online, nothing beats being there in person. Media Motion Ball returns for its 19th year at NAB. ...Read More »
Case Study:
When Kids Ask to Borrow
Let Your Kids Follow ... Just Not Too Close

Filmmaker Jim Courtwright developed a new business opportunity in producing short films for clients for today's mobile devices. But he found his son also liked some of his gear for his own work. His workflow station suddenly became a cluttered mess. ...Read More »
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