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Fade to Black: Mathilde De L'ecotais 

By Kristinha M. Anding

Mathilde De L'ecotais enjoys defying convention. The director, who previously focused on photojournalism projects for major print publications such as the LA Times, unexpectedly found her way into the field of tabletop food photography 10 years ago...

Leitner's Cinematography Corner, No. 2 

By D.W. Leitner

Just as there are two camps when it comes to designing and using a handheld camcorder--compact, wrist-supported vs. elongated, shoulder-supported--there are now two camps when it comes to viewing while shooting...

Introducing Leitner's Cinematography Corner 

By D.W. Leitner

Digital is not a cause. Not the shortcut some have made it out to be. It is a present-day means to innovation, that’s all. Not an end in itself...

Panasonic AG-HMC40 Review 

By Barry Braverman

From the outside, the Panasonic AG-HMC40 may seem to be just the latest budget entry in Panasonic's AVCCAM lineup, but don't be fooled. It offers remarkable bang for the buck...

Skillset 

In this class, participants will learn about how to copyright or trademark their own material, how to acquire rights in someone else’s property for their own project, and how to decide whether it’s worth spending the money for formal registration...

millimeter's The Briefing Room 

The Embassy Visual Effects dove deep into alien territory with high- impact effects for the Sony Pictures’ blockbuster District 9, which opened at number one in its opening weekend...

Format Wars 

By Michael Goldman

To Dean Devlin, it’s all straightforward: Episodic TV production not only should move toward all-digital production and acquisition, it must and it shall...

2-Perf Option 

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Among the network shows recently asked to consider switching from film to digital acquisition was CBS’ Ghost Whisperer...

Fade to Black: Steve Winter 

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When Steve Winter started filming on the slopes, the sport of skiing had very little "cool" cachet...

JVC GY-HM700U Review 

By D.W. Leitner

Ordinarily I review cameras, not press releases. But JVC’s February press release announcing the “Compact Shoulder” GY-HM700U ProHD camcorder caught my eye in a number of ways...

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