“Parasite:” Bong Joon-ho’s New Film is a “Realistic Drama… a Crime Drama, a Comedy, a Sad Human Drama, or a Horrific Thriller”
"I always try my best to overturn viewer expectations."
“Traveling While Black:” The (Virtual) Reality of Race Relations in America
The VR experience "Traveling While Black" highlights the urgent need to remember the past...
Intel VR, 3D Tracking Tech to Be Featured in 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Looks to provide in-depth, immersive experience for fans.
Anamorphic Lenses and Widescreen Cinematic Imagery (B&H)
"Anamorphic lenses are a runaway favorite among cinematographers for the unique characteristics they bring to moving images." So how do they work?
Gravitational Pull: Designing the “Euphoria” Rotating Room
"Euphoria" creator Sam Levinson recounts how the production team designed a rotating room for one of the most immersive scenes of the series.
“Los Espookys” Cinematography: The Hilariousness of Horror
"Los Spookys" cinematographer Benjamin Echazarreta discusses the inarguably unique style of the show.
Watch: Travis Scott’s Black-and-White, Floating, Freaky Video for “Wake Up”
Jonah Hill's video is beautiful... and weird.
Listen: “Stranger Things” Cinematographer Tim Ives
Along with Tod Campbell and Lachlan Milne, Tim Ives has captured the singular, immediately-recognizable and lovingly referential visuals of "Stranger Things."
How Art Can Beautifully Fuse With Augmented Reality
"Augmented reality is a medium ripe for dynamic and visual storytelling that can extend an artist's practice beyond the studio or the gallery and...
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‘17 Blocks,’ D.C. Film Groups Highlight Video Show’s Independent Filmmaking Sessions
Sessions will cover much of the process of making an independent film, from raising...
Saugus Cable Television Seeks $500K for New Building
Money will be used for renovation of new building.