Sean Baker on How He Filmed “Tangerine” With an iPhone

If you haven't heard of Sean Baker yet, you may want to check out his latest work The Florida Project and his earlier film Tangerine, shot entirely on an iPhone 5s. Sean talks extensively on how he made Tangerine with an iPhone in this video below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TW1QfVgoChE   Some of the tools Sean used to shoot Tangerine … Continue reading Sean Baker on How He Filmed “Tangerine” With an iPhone

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The Visual Power of The Handmaid’s Tale

Last night, The Handmaid's Tale came home with eight Emmys, including Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series (Elisabeth Moss), Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series (Bruce Miller), Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (Ann Dowd), and Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series (Reed Morano), and Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama … Continue reading The Visual Power of The Handmaid’s Tale

Solar Eclipse & a Never Before Seen Documentary on a Young Spielberg

Today at approximately 1:17PM EST, the solar eclipse is scheduled to start in the Washington, DC area. Now I wish I had bought one of those solar eclipse lens and glasses for me and the camera. Since I didn't, there is no way to capture or fully enjoy this cool event except maybe to borrow … Continue reading Solar Eclipse & a Never Before Seen Documentary on a Young Spielberg

Music, Sound, Ideas & Soderbergh

I've been searching for music licensing platforms to use and came up with this list of good candidates: Art List: Aimed at filmmakers - yearly subscription fee. Free Music Archive (FMA): Completely free music for download. Marmoset: Music licensing platform with composition services. Musicbed: Music licensing platform with composition services. Music Vine: Focused on filmmakers. … Continue reading Music, Sound, Ideas & Soderbergh