Below, you can catch Seth being interviewed by Ryan Connolly on Film Riot about the Storyclock methodology and how it all came together for him while watching Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade (Yes, Seth is obsessed with Indiana Jones if you haven’t caught that at this point). Check it out to learn more about the genesis of how this product came to be (for Seth’s own selfish desires) and why we created it to be “for education and application” (thanks Ryan for the perfect articulation of those two end goals).
That said, thank YOU for helping us achieve our greatest dreams/making Seth’s selfish desires come true! The Storyclock Notebook WILL be made! As of this last hour, we’ve surpassed 100K! If you haven’t backed us yet, you’ve got less than 48 hours to join the bandwagonand keep sharing with your friends. Thanks for supporting us the last 28 days and we’re looking forward to finishing strong.
Seth, Anne + Micah
Source: Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase – Enzian Theater
NOVEMBER 18TH & 19TH, 2017
Featuring an Audience Award, the 26th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase has quietly grown to become one of the premier outlets for locally produced films and videos, the best work from film schools statewide, and a fun-filled gathering for lovers of independent film. Audiences are made up of filmmakers, film educators, local production representatives, industry organization members, and the general public, all fascinated by the scope and creativity of films screened each year representing the entire spectrum of Florida’s immense talent pool.
Source: Why Emmanuel Lubezki is One of the Best Cinematographers of All Time
He became popular for his exceptional application of continuous, uninterrupted shots and natural lighting in cinematography. His excellent skills earned him awards and praises from his audience. He was nominated eight times at the Academy Award for the “Best Cinematography.” He became the first person to receive awards for three consecutive years in this category. He was honored for the following films: The Revenant (2015), Birdman (2014) and Gravity (2013).
Emmanuel Lubezki first award in 2013 was in the science-fiction thriller, Gravity. This Cuaron’s film set in the outer space was outstanding for it’s the technique used in merging two shots to give the impression that both scenes were acted in a single shot. The following year, he received a second award on the Birdman, an Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s movie. The scenes in this film seem to be in an uninterrupted one shot. The Oscar award winner disclosed that the single shot look of the film made its production exciting.
Social Media Marketing Podcast 258. In this episode David H. Lawrence XVII explores how to improve your on-camera video performance.
Source: Video Authenticity: How to Perform On-Camera : Social Media Examiner
The colour correction and grading process is a strange but exciting combination of technical adjustments and artistic expression.
Source: Learn to Use Your Scopes! – Easy Colour Correction
Discover a trick for trimming your audio files to perfectly fit the length of your video editing projects. A must-know technique for creating a polished and professional audio track!
Source: Video Tutorial: Timing Music To Your Video Edits – The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat
Information about Dollar Babies and the stories available for adaptation.
Source: StephenKing.com – Dollar Babies
Lights Film School is about to publish over an hours worth of cinematography video tutorials.
Source: Filmmaking: Lead Room, Head Room & Anticipatory Framing – Part 1669
-Write a Headline and use Heading Formatting
-Add a photo and align to left or right with text wrapping around
-Embed video into post
-Hyperlink to Vimeo or YouTube video
-Write a 50-word explanation of why you found this video inspirational.
-Add a Featured Image & 5 tag words.
#1 How to make a room bigger
Some spaces don’t leave you with much room to work with, which makes it difficult to get the coverage you want without making the scene feel claustrophobic. Luckily, there’s a way pros maximize small spaces to give the illusion that the scene is taking place in a bigger, more spacious location. If you’re shooting something like an over-the-shoulder scene, simply shoot one character’s dialogue from one side of the room, and then move your camera to the opposite side to pick up the others.
Learn how to pull off some of the oldest (but best) tricks in the filmmaking book.
Source: Video: 5 Clever Filmmaking Tricks You Should Know About