Author Archives: Bryant Frazer

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Red

Red: A Kubrick Supercut

Short and sweet (with a couple of NSFW moments), this montage created by Rishi Kaneria takes in Stanley Kubrick's striking usage of the color red in shots from seven different films.

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Blackmagic Upgrades Ursa to Shoot 4K at 80p

Blackmagic released a major update to its 4K Ursa camera today, bumping the maximum frame rate to 80fps and employing a new 3:1 raw compression ratio that increases the amount of footage that can be recorded on a CFast card — … more »

4K Cameras: What’s the State of the Art in 2014?

With the publication of our third annual overview of the 4K camera market, it's time to start wondering how much longer a 4K camera guide will be relevant. 4K acquisition has quickly become the rule for hot new cameras, and … more »

Mike Nichols

Mike Nichols wins the Best Director Oscar for The Graduate

Turn back time and watch Leslie Caron hand the Oscar to Mike Nichols for his second film as director, The Graduate.

Michael Keaton in Birdman

Shot with ARRI Alexa: Birdman

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Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) with Norman (Logan Lerman) in Columbia Pictures' FURY.

Editor Dody Dorn on Fury‘s Wrenching Mortal Combat

Dody Dorn, ACE, began her career as an assistant film editor, as most editors do. But she soon moved on to Foley and dialogue editing, becoming a supervising sound editor before transitioning back to picture editing in the early 1990s. … more »

Carnivora Gardinum

Biolapse: Carnivora Gardinum

Turns out carnivorous plants are even freakier looking when you shoot them in time-lapse. Filmmaker Chris Field made this video over the course of 107 days straight shooting with Fujifilm X-E1 and X-M1 mirrorless digital cameras. Click through to the Vimeo … more »

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Avid Says 3,200 Users Are Paying for Media Composer Subscriptions

More than 3,200 customers are paying for monthly or annual Avid Media Composer subscriptions, the company said, giving its editing software a foothold in a larger universe of users that includes pros and hobbyists who have historically been unable to afford … more »

Tony Hawk on a hoverboard

Tony Hawk Rides the World’s First Real Hoverboard

California start-up Hendo Hover claims its Magnetic Field Architecture will eventually be used to lift buildings off the ground in case of earthquake or flood. To earn some publicity, it built a hoverboard as a proof of concept; Tony Hawk (who … more »

People & Places: Alan Tudyk Directs, Austin’s New Film Studio, The Foundry’s Mischief and More

Actor-director Alan Tudyk (above) is being represented for commercial direction in the U.S. by Redbear Films. Tudyk is directing a new campaign for Slickdeals, and is also set to direct scripted series Con Man, co-produced by Redbear founder P.J. Haarsma … more »