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Why Everyone (Not Just Tom Hanks) Should Maintain Control of Their Digital IDs
Hollywood stars can have their digital likenesses copyrighted and managed by talent agencies, but we should all control our own digital IDs.
Yves Bergquist: No, AI Can’t Create a Film — But Here’s How Filmmakers Can Create With AI
While AI won’t likely replace many jobs in the foreseeable future, it’s going to increasingly become a part of the M&E industry’s workflows.
The Future of Production Amplified: Bringing Digital Humans into the Spotlight
Digital Domain’s chief technology officer Hanno Basse discusses how the development of digital humans is transforming film & TV production.
The Future of Production Amplified: How Real-Time Graphics Are Changing the Face of Film and Television Production
Epic Games industry manager Miles Perkins discusses how real-time graphics are revolutionizing production for film and television.
“We Met in Virtual Reality:” A Very Different Kind of VR Filmmaking
Seeking to create a new form of immersive global filmmaking, filmmaker Joe Hunting shot his documentary feature inside Social VR.
Night of the Living DAOs (and Dawn of Decentralized Filmmaking)
Disrupting the traditional gatekeepers of the Hollywood studio system, 2022 could be Hollywood’s Year of the DAO.
What Unity/Weta Digital Will Mean for the Metaverse
Unity has its eye on the metaverse, anticipating a huge demand for content creators to build assets to populate the 3D internet.
“The Village Detective:” Reconstructing a (Literally) Resurfaced 50-Year-Old Russian Film
The durability of film over digital formats is shown with the discovery of four 35mm film reels from a beloved Soviet-era comedy.
Flipping the Script on Security: How Little Cinema Digital Leveraged Security to Innovate
Of course security needs to be secure. But what if security could also enable amazing innovations and new business models to happen?
How the Limits of Filming “The Guilty” Expanded the Tension
DP Maz Makhani uses the ARRI Alexa LF and large format Hawk 65 Anamorphic lenses for his latest collaboration with director Antoine Fuqua.
What Gen Z Expects From Digital Experiences
Bucking the trend from previous generations, Gen Z seeks customizable and consistent digital identities across all online platforms.
Beyond Full Frame But With “Zero F***ks:” Film Production with Panasonic’s S1H
Cinematographer Olivier Boonjing employs two Panasonic LUMIX S1H cameras for Julie Lecoustre and Emmanuel Marre’s “Zero F**ks Given.”
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