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How the National Theatre Reworked (and Then Recorded) Its “Romeo & Juliet”
The UK’s National Theatre presents Shakespeare’s masterpiece in a cinematic journey that embraces the architecture of the theatrical space.
SMPTE Hollywood Connects Cloud Workflows at NAB Show
SMPTE Hollywood is hosting two cloud workflow discussions in the Connect Experiential Zone at NAB Show 2023.
Dive Into Data at NAB Show
Bryndan Moore and Arisha Smith discuss how data and analytics are reshaping the media landscape and how entertainment companies are playing catch-up.
Chris Rock Weaponizes Streaming With His Live, Multi-Camera “Selective Outrage” Special
One year after the infamous Oscars slap, Chris Rock’s comedy special “Selective Outrage” becomes the first live event to stream on Netflix.
Hope Seriously Is a Thing With Wings: Documentary Production on “All That Breathes”
This poetic, languorous (and award-winning) documentary features a family effort to rescue and heal black kites in Delhi as the city deals with social upheaval.
“RRR:” S.S. Rajamouli Knows How to Shoot an Action Sequence for Any Audience
Director S.S. Rajamouli’s breakout Tollywood hit “Rise Roar Revolt” is the first and only Telugu-language film to smash the US box office.
The AI Tools Making Post More Productive
From color grading in the cloud to asset management and motion grading, artificial intelligence is increasingly powering post workflows.
ICG Honors New Talents at 2022 Emerging Cinematographer Awards
The International Cinematographers Guild names 10 honorees for the 2022 Annual Emerging Cinematographer Awards to be held on October 2.
“Bodies Bodies Bodies:” Gen Z Is Killing It (No, For Real)
Halina Reijn’s “Bodies Bodies Bodies” is a slasher-comedy-satire with undercurrents of social commentary on the narcissism of Gen Z.
The Good, the Bad and the “Ennio”
Giussepe Tornatore’s documentary about Ennio Morricone shows how the legendary composer elevated music composition for film into an artform.
Can We Have Real Ethics in Virtual Worlds? | Source: NY Times
“I think what happens in virtual worlds can, in principle, be very significant. You can build a meaningful life in a virtual world. We can get into deep social and […]
Speak, Memories: Making Kenneth Branagh’s “Belfast”
Cinematographer Haris Zambarloukos mixes color and black-and-white for Kenneth Branagh’s semi-autobiographical coming-of-age story.
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