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."
iNPUT-ACE Video Analysis Helps Secure New Trial for Case Featured on Netflix Series ‘Exhibit A’
Forensic expert details how video evidence can be misused if not properly evaluated.
AWS Cloud Empowers Tangent Animation for “Next Gen” and Beyond
Tangent looked to AWS Thinkbox to help them scale compute resources with Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), ultimately completing more than...
‘After Life:’ Capturing Comedic Moments for the Ricky Gervais Series
"Comedy has to be the most important thing in the frame, with everything else coming after that."
The Periodically Insane, Graphic Novel-Inspired Look of Jonas Åkerlund’s ‘Polar’
"If you look at graphic novels, images are graphically presented in colors and composition but also through collages on each page where you might...
Charlie Brooker: Branching Narratives and ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’
"There were points where in working stuff out, it got like trying to do a Rubik's Cube in your head."
’22 July’ and the True Story Translated by Paul Greengrass
"I think it is important that cinema also remains connected to the real world, tries to address it unflinchingly. I think it's part of...
Blackmagic Design Products Join Netflix Post Technology Alliance
Blackmagic Design today announced that it has joined the new Netflix Post Technology Alliance and that DaVinci Resolve, its professional editing, visual effects, motion...
‘Recovery Boys:’ Elaine McMillion Sheldon’s Raw Exploration of Addiction
"It's a depiction that is both honest and loving—something that as a native of West Virginia I believe we need right now."
Literal Found Footage: Managing the Material for ‘Wild Wild Country’
"Every combination you can think of went into this series. We just embraced the aesthetic defects and differences—creating an interesting visual...
‘Bobby Kennedy for President:’ Realizing the Relevance
"My goal is to help you understand as much as possible what this remarkable person is experiencing or doing, and let you judge for...
True Story: That One Time That Cult Built a Utopian City in the Desert…
"The Rajneesh saga rocked the entire state of Oregon in the early 1980s, and also represented one of the largest incursions of a new...
A Year in the Life: How the ‘Flint Town’ Filmmakers Followed the City’s Police Department
The Netflix series takes audiences to the streets of Flint, Michigan, but from a unique vantage, with full access to the men and women...
Weimar/Wunderbar: The Decadence and Danger of ‘Babylon Berlin’
"Weimar was a famously hectic, louche, and creative period, and 'Babylon' gives it a gorgeous sheen."
Our Film and Video History Is Threatened By the Rise of Streaming Video
Streaming services more inclined to feature recent or self-produced materials.
How ‘Wormwood’ Subverts the Entire True-Crime Documentary Genre
"It is one of the most inventive, refreshing cinematic events you will likely see this year."
Netflix Streams That 1980s Movie You Missed: Creating the Visual Language of ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2
"Expectations were really high going in, but they seem to have met the challenge, keeping the same great characters and delivering some even scarier...