Author Archives: Bryant Frazer

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Peugeot: The Legend Returns

With a wink and a smirk, Peugeot remakes its own original over-the-top spot introducing the 205 GTI with an even more ludicrous update for the 21st century. More details are available at Peugeot's Tumblr. 

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StudioDaily Dossier: Gone Girl Production and Post

For fans of state-of-the-art filmmaking craft, Gone Girl is the movie of the moment. Directed by David Fincher with his usual precision and economy, the film turns a best-selling page-turner into a riveting 149-minute exercise in style and tension. Here's a … more »

AJA Io 4K Supports 4K Playback for Gone Girl VFX Review

Grass Valley, Calif (October 13, 2014) — AJA Video Systems' Io 4K device for professional video and audio I/O was used to facilitate 4K playback for VFX review on director David Fincher’s <i>Gone Girl</i>, from 20th Century Fox and New … more »

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The Empire Strikes Back Uncut

Dip into this full-length remake of Episode V a bit at a time, or gorge on the whole thing—it's made up of more than 480 individual segments created by a multitude of fans with prodigious talent, creativity and/or enthusiasm.

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Panasonic Prices the New VariCams

On Friday, reseller AbelCine posted details of the pricing for Panasonic's new VariCams, which have been configured for the first time as modular systems. A full VariCam 35 (4K/4096×2160) camera package (pictured, top), including recording and control module, color viewfinder, and … more »

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Five Questions: Post Supervisor Peter Mavromates and Assistant Editor Tyler Nelson on Gone Girl

Running 149 minutes and foregrounding plenty of provocative ideas about gender roles, human relationships, and the mass media, David Fincher's latest, Gone Girl, gives audiences a lot to chew on. Shot entirely at 6K with the Red Dragon, it provided … more »

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Review: Mocha Pro 4.0 and Mocha Plus 4.0

Motion-tracking is an increasingly important part of the editorial toolkit. If your workload is anything like mine, I'm sure you've had to replace something in a shot, like a sign, logo or billboard. Or perhaps you needed to do screen-replacement on … more »

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Premiere Hits the iPad and iPhone as Adobe Revamps Mobile Apps

Adobe is launching Premiere Clip, a new iOS app with a simplified editorial interface for kickstarting a Premiere project, as part of today's extensive revamp of mobile apps that offer robust interoperability with its Creative Cloud desktop applications. Available today … more »

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Trailer: Inherent Vice

The latest shot-on-35mm production from film stalwart Paul Thomas Anderson is Inherent Vice, based on the recent Thomas Pynchon novel, with cinematography by Robert Elswit, ASC, and film editing by Leslie Jones. It premieres tomorrow at the New York Film … more »

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Five Ways Jean-Luc Godard Breaks the 3D Rules in Farewell to Language

The most physically uncomfortable viewing experience at the New York Film Festival, which runs through October 12, is almost certainly Farewell to Language, the new film by the 83-year-old Jean-Luc Godard, one of the directors who revolutionized world cinema in … more »