A fluid, continuous shot for the performance of "Woman"
Bi Gan's dreamy film features a 55-minute single-take 3D sequence
"Comedy has to be the most important thing in the frame, with everything else coming after that."
"If you look at graphic novels, images are graphically presented in colors and composition but also through collages on each page where you might go from an extreme close-up of a face to a wide landscape."
"Every scene is like a 'micro film.'"
Following Alex Honnold as climbs the face of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park ... without a rope.
Director Bing Liu "wanted to explore the connected themes of skateboarding and violence in the home through a character-driven approach."
"[There is] this brightness in the sky you cannot avoid, and that felt very metaphorical to my main character's crisis."
"Instead of going with the magical, we went with the realism in our cinematic language."
"We wanted to tell a story set in Berlin, 1977, and we wanted to make a film from that era as if we were there."
How will new cameras from Nikon, Canon, Fujifilm, and Panasonic impact video production?
"Because it's a film about art and artists, who are very controlled in their work, I wanted the look of the interviews to have that same control."
"With 'Yellowstone Live,' we hope to leave no stone unturned as cameras film more than 22 million acres across three states and five national forests."
"It's a true storytelling feat, married with sharp editing that makes the entire effort not only seamless, but also wholly intuitive."
Imaging Innovations on Season 5 of 'Arrested Development'
"In real life you can't control everything. I try to to be imperfect always."
Director Debra Granik and cinematographer Michael McDonough explore nature... and the nature of family.
The revolution will be not be telemarketed.