Category Archives: Creativity

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How Pixar’s Inside Out Models Real-World Filmmaking Tools

Disney Pixar’s Inside Out takes place in the outside world where 11-year-old Riley and her parents live, and in the inside world, which takes place largely in Riley’s mind. Pixar tells the interconnected stories simultaneously. We see how emotions affect Riley, … more »

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Podcasts from the Front Lines: Editor Roger Barton on Terminator Genisys

Over the years, film editor Roger Barton has carved out a fruitful niche cutting high-octane, big-action, visual effects-loaded Hollywood extravaganzas. Indeed, his resume is chock full of Transformer pictures (three to be exact), along with Star Wars: Revenge of the … more »

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SNL DP Alex Buono Hits the Road with New Filmmaking Workshops

Ace cinematographer Alex Buono, a StudioDaily favorite for his seat-of-the-pants work with Saturday Night Live's Film Unit in New York, is embarking on a sequel to his 2013 Art of Visual Storytelling workshop tour. The new series, dubbed Alex Buono's … more »

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Game of Thrones Leads 67th Emmy Nominations

HBO proved that Game of Thrones is as popular inside the industry as it is with home viewers, logging no fewer than 24 Primetime Emmy nominations in today's announcement. Game of Thrones is known for its brutal violence, large-scale action, and defiance of audience expectations, … more »

InterDrone Film Festival to Showcase Footage Shot by UAV

Are you a creative who looks at the world from overhead? Do you have skills in both storytelling and piloting? Have you captured stunning architectural compositions, natural wonders, or remarkable drama from an unmanned airborne vehicle? You may want to enter … more »

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Podcasts from the Front Lines: John Schwartzman, ASC, on Jurassic World

Irony wrapped in serendipity surrounds the fact that cinematographer John Schwartzman, ASC, ended up shooting Jurassic World in collaboration with director Colin Trevorrow under the watchful eye of the man who created the dino-franchise—producer Steven Spielberg, director of the original … more »

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Director Crystal Moselle on NYC Documentary The Wolfpack

Crystal Moselle’s documentary The Wolfpack opens with six long-haired teenage brothers reenacting a scene from Reservoir Dogs, complete with guns made from duct tape. As it turns out, these boys have been forced to become shut-ins by their father, Oscar, who’s … more »

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B2B Video: With Split Screen, Dell Software Tells Users, ‘Expect More’

Dell faced a challenge when it looked to improve the visibility of its enterprise software business. While 95 percent of companies in the Fortune 500 use Dell's software, users didn't associate the software with its brand. Dell wanted to make … more »

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Cinematographer Rob Hardy, BSC, on Ex Machina

Director and screenwriter Alex Garland's exquisite corpse of a film, Ex Machina, assembles its shape-shifting images and fluid perspectives with the deft hand of a talented novelist-turned-filmmaker. Produced by DNA Films/A24 Films, Garland's directorial debut tells the story of a reclusive tech CEO … more »

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Five Questions: Little Minx’s Los Perez

Award-winning filmmakers Tania Verduzco and Adrian Perez often use a vibrant mix of color, music and dance to tell their stories, whether short films, music videos or quirky commercial spots for international companies like Pepsi, Adidas, L'Oreal and Toyota. The prolific directing duo … more »