ANAHEIM, CA, December 19, 2007 â€• The RapcoHorizon Company, a leading manufacturer of audio/video interfacing and cable equipment, is debuting its new LTI-1 stereo interface at Winter NAMM 2008 (Booth #4558, Hall C). more
Archive for December 19th, 2007
When Bombastic was approached to create a promo for ShowTime’s presentation of “Jackass Number Two,” Creative Director Jamie Slomski knew casting would be key. He had seen the varied and compelling work of a famous yet elusive character: thin arms and legs, a blank expression, nimble and hard working. Yes, the stickman would be the perfect central character for this uniquely challenging project. more
As sports fans in the stands of the Jobing.com Arena rally for their favorite team, production members are operating behind-the-scenes with state-of-the-art intercom systems from Riedel Communications. The leading provider of radio and intercom technology for broadcast, pro-audio, event, sports and theater industries designs and manufactures the Artist Digital Matrix intercom system, currently offering flawless communications to the Glendale, Arizona arena. more
In a new music video for Regina Spektor, Final Cut Editor Logan Hefflefinger worked closely with DNA Director Marc Webb to bring a whimsical and fun flair to “Better.”
The video features a multitude of Reginas, women in black dresses and voluminous curls, playing in different environments. These carefree scenes are inter-cut with close-ups of Spektor with her icy-blue, Soviet kitschy eyes. more
Final Cut Editor Stephen Berger Takes a Wild Ride in New VW Tiguan Launch Spot Featuring Heidi Klum & Seal
German model Heidi Klum and her husband, recording artist Seal, go for a joyride in the latest commercial for VW Tiguan. Final Cut Editor Stephen Berger worked closely with Stink Director Christoffer von Reis on the :35 spot, “Complementing,” created in English and German versions.
To view the spot, please go here: http://finalcut.postspots.com/job_login.php?p=fcla
Job ID: 16110
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â€˜ANYWHERE, U.S.A,â€™ DEBUT FEATURE SHOT WITH AG-HVX200 P2 HD CAMCORDER, SELECTED FOR DRAMATIC COMPETITION AT 2008 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL
SECAUCUS, NJ (December 19, 2007) â€“ When choosing a camera for his debut feature, Anywhere, U.S.A., filmmaker Anthony (Chusy) Haney-Jardine selected Panasonicâ€™s AG-HVX200 P2 HD camcorder, as â€œthe project just might be seen somewhere.â€? That â€?somewhereâ€? for Anywhere has turned out to be one of the film industryâ€™s most coveted stages, the Sundance Film Festival (Park City, UT, January 17 – 27), where the movie will have its world premiere as one of 16 entrants in the 2008 Dramatic Competition. more
Mammoth HD adds 15 new Royalty-Free Collections to the Library.
This month Mammoth HD expands the MHD footage/video library from sea level at the Galapagos Islands to the heights of the Tibetan Plateau. Jonathan Whittle-Utter’s Galapagos series feature the animals and wonderful wildlife of Darwin’s Evolution laboratory with the Galapagos Tortoises, Marine Iguanas and Land Iguanas. More of this series is slated for release next month with the Birds of the Galapagos. more
The S2-101AA Professional Audio Power Amplifier has joined the TV One S2 Series line-up.
ERLANGER, KY, December 19, 2007â€”The S2-101AA Stereo Audio Power Amplifier is the latest additional to TV Oneâ€™s functional S2 Series. It provides for a wide range of audio input connections including RCA jacks, Mini-Combicon Terminal jacks and a 3.5mm single ended jack to accommodate PC audio inputs. The output connectors utilize spring loaded terminals for connection to external speakers. The S2-101AA has a MSRP of $595 and is available now. more
Washington, D.C.â€™s Edmund Burke School, a 300-student middle school and high school with a growing performing arts and theater production program, used Look Solutionsâ€™ CRYO-FOG low-fog system in a production of J.M. Barrieâ€™s classic â€œPeter Pan.â€? The program stages productions in its own new theater each trimester.
The school deployed a demo unit, in combination with various lighting effects, to simulate Marooners Rock in the middle of the water. â€œIt worked very well and gave us an interesting, spooky environment,â€? reports Jonathan Deull, director of production. â€œThe CRYO-FOG created a nice, low fog that lasted and was easy to deal with. The unit is relatively quiet — an important factor when youâ€™re doing a play in an intimate theatre space — and is compact, light and simple to operate. Thatâ€™s important since the system was run and managed by our students — and they didnâ€™t have any problems with it.â€? more