(Post) Producing the Black-and White Version of “Parasite”
“It will be fascinating to see how the viewing experience changes when an identical film is presented in black and white.”
Hope is the Thing With Feathers: The Inspired Visuals of “Dickinson”
“The choice to make a period show was a way of writing a stylized version of the present.”
The Pretty, Pretty Good… Cinematography on “Curb Your Enthusiasm”
“We're pretty precise as far as the... planning what's going to happen in the scene and we have really good people that know how...
The Shape and Size and Speed of Water: How “Aquarela” Advances High Frame Rate Filmmaking
Shot at 96 frames-per-second at remote locations all across the globe, “Aquarela” is a monumental new documentary about the elemental power of ice and...
Watch This: The Impact of HDR — On Set, in Post and With Displays
Technologists and creatives address the benefits and the current challenges when working with HDR.
M. Night Shyamalan’s “Servant:” How to Master the Slow Burn in Storytelling
Single-location psychological thriller recently renewed for a second season on Apple TV+ explores trauma and loss.
Ladj Ly’s “Les Misérables” and the Fusion of Narrative and Nonfiction Footage
French filmmaker mined 100 hours of documentary footage shot in the wake of the 2005 Paris riots for his feature.
Nodes and Nordic Noir: Getting the Wintry Grade for “Wisting”
“Wisting” colorist Dylan R. Hopkin wanted create a moody, de-saturated aesthetic for the series.
Crafting a Literal Political Thriller: Alex Gibney’s Documentary “Citizen K”
Editor Michael J. Palmer blends archival footage with newly-shot interviews for prolific filmmaker Alex Gibney’s portrait of the disgraced Russian oligarch-turned political dissident who...
Watch: Gritty, Grubby, Kind of Great “Goldman v Silverman” (Of Course from the Safdie Brothers)
"Recaptures some of the gritty, frenetic New York aesthetic that defined 'Uncut Gems'"
Roland Introduces GO:LIVECAST Live Streaming Studio for Smartphones
GO:LIVECAST functions like an instantly-accessible, mini broadcast studio to make online live video production
Digital Video and Video Edge: 2020 Best of Show Awards at NAB Show Open for Nominations
From now until April 3, exhibitors can nominate new products for awards presented by Future publications including Digital Video and Video Edge
Sony Introduces New GP-VPT2BT Wireless Shooting Grip
Gives creators a versatile, reliable and cable-free grip for improved mobility and creativity
Everything You Wanted to Know About High Dynamic Range (HDR) But Were Afraid to Ask
De-mystifying this ubiquitous term
Just Your Basic Love Ghost Story: How Claire Mathon Captured the Visuals of “Atlantics”
The “Portrait of a Lady on Fire” cinematographer delivers a dreamy yet vibrant, color-saturated look for Mati Diop’s debut feature.
Download This: 2019 Product Innovation Awards Program Guide
This digital Program Guide presents the nominees and highlights the winners of the seventh annual Product Innovation Awards
Why It Was All Worth It: Watch These Scenes from “1917”
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Follow the Light, Follow the Mood: Making Terrence Malick’s “A Hidden Life”
Employing natural light and nearly hour-long takes, the “Tree of Life” director’s first all-digital film tells the story of Nazi resister Franz Jägerstätter.