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Steven Soderbergh's 'Mosaic': Inside the Interactive Storytelling App

Mosaic, the latest project from filmmaker Steven Soderbergh, is a multimedia experiment whose intent is to change the way stories are told.

Netflix Streams That 1980s Movie You Missed: Creating the Visual Language of 'Stranger Things' Season 2

Stranger Things proved to be one of last year's biggest hits for Netflix. Dedicated fans feasted repeatedly on what has been described as a love letter to the films of the 1980s. The show depicts shadowy goings-on in small-town America and introduced audiences to the Upside Down, a dark reality adjacent to our own universe.

'Only the Brave': Designing and Deploying the Film's Adobe CC Workflow

In 2013, an elite crew of firefighters known as the Granite Mountain Hotshots was dispatched to battle a wildfire in Yarnell, Ariz. Their heroic efforts are the subject of the film Only the Brave, which premiered on Oct. 20. Only the Brave was cut entirely using Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

Beauty and Ambiguity in 'Alias Grace': Varying Visual Styles, One True Crime Story

This year has emerged as a breakthrough one for novelist Margaret Atwood. First there was Hulu's acclaimed adaptation of her novel The Handmaid's Tale, and now a limited series derived from her Alias Grace makes its debut on Netflix.

'Discovery TRVLR': Exploring and Experiencing the Discovery/Google VR Series

Filmmaker Addison O'Dea has been traveling the world since he was a little boy. With Discovery's new 360° video series Discovery TRVLR, he is taking audiences with him in a way never before possible.

How 'Jane' Evolved from Found Footage to Inspiring Documentary

Constructed largely from 100 hours of recently discovered raw footage of Jane Goodall—shot in Tanzania's Gombe wilderness and the Serengeti plains in 1962 by wildlife photographer Hugo van Lawick—documentarian Brett Morgen's Jane offers an intimate look at the beloved primatologist.

Disks, Data and Demand: Developments in Media Storage

<p>A few years ago we'd have been forgiven for assuming that by 2017, all storage would be solid state. After all, at that point, solid-state storage seemed new and exciting, and even if the future didn't use the sort of flash media we have in USB keys and laptops, it seemed likely that traditional spinning metal hard disks would follow floppy disks into oblivion in fairly short order. Of course, that hasn't turned out to be the case, and there's reason to believe it probably won't happen for a while longer.</p>

'The Shape of Water' and Amorphous Nature of Love

"The Shape of Water is being tapped as the definitive adult fairy tale of our time," writes Martine Olivier.

Discussing the film, director Guillermo Del Toro explains. "The film is a story about love: love is understanding and not transformation.

Darkness Falls: 'Black Mirror' Producers Preview Season Four

"As 2017 comes to a close and the inevitable Black Mirror season four release date approaches, Netflix launched '13 Days of Black Mirror,' writes Jackie Strause.

'Mudbound' Cinematography: Capturing the Tone and Textures of 1940s Mississippi

Director Dee Rees' film Mudbound "takes place in the 1940s and revolves around two families—one white, one black—who live on one farm, writes Adam Chitwood.  "The black family works the farm for the white family, but the stories of the characters are endlessly intertwined as they navigate racism, poverty, misogyny, and the enduring effects of slavery as World War II breaks out.

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