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The Precision Editing Required for David Fincher’s Assassin in “The Killer”
David Fincher’s go-to editor Kirk Baxter helps achieve a new kind of subjective cinema with Michael Fassbender’s character in “The Killer.”
Social Commentary But Make it Cinematic: Production for “In a State of Change”
Filmmakers Donal Boyd and Frank Nieuwenhuis sought to help people understand the impact of climate change on Iceland’s glaciers and on Icelanders.
How Influencer-Generated Content Has Become Core to Brand Strategies
The creator economy emerges as a powerful force in the digital marketing landscape, reshaping the way brands connect with consumers.
What Comes Next for the Creator Economy? (Um, Apart from That $480 Billion)
Continued growth will be driven by marketing through short-form videos on platforms like Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube.
Registration Opens for 2024 NAB Show, Held April 13-17 in Las Vegas
Registration is open for NAB Show, April 13-17, 2024, with a focus on AI, streaming universes, virtual production, and the creator economy.
Does the Biden AI Executive Order Raise Red Flags for M&E?
The White House’s directive to create “standards and best practices for detecting AI-generated content and authenticating official content” is important for creators and media companies to keep an eye on.
“The Africas:” How Do You Capture “the Soul” of a Place?
The latest travel film by Grafton Create utilized the Sony FX6, “the obvious choice” for the low-light imagery they wanted.
Rewriting the Visual Rules for “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes”
The Hunger Games are back with director Francis Lawrence and cinematographer Jo Willems, this time as a prequel.
Gavin Guidry: How to Get Great Content From/With/By Creators
Brands that “prioritize community and build authentic creator relationships” will benefit from influencer marketing, says Gavin Guidry.
“Saltburn” Is Debauched and Depraved But It Looks Like a Caravaggio Painting. So Let’s Start There.
Director Emerald Fennell’s film is part queasy satire, part gothic horror… and Linus Sandgren shoots it like a dream.
Russell Wald: Why It’s So Hard to Have a Balanced Discussion About Deepfakes
Calls for national regulation of AI is growing amid a looming Presidential election and fears that more deepfake videos will be unleashed.
Ah, Youth: How Oliver Curtis Captures That Exuberance for “The Buccaneers”
Curtis used no-cut “oners,” swirling camera moves, a contrasted lighting pattern, and a large format sensor combined with portrait lenses.
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