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By Cynthia Wisehart

At Sundance this year, I sat in the Filmmaker Lodge with Davis Guggenheim flipping through his iPhone; it was filled with his photographs from his documentary It Might Get Loud, about guitar legends Jimmy Page, The Edge, and Jack White...

Fade to Black: Nate Apffel 

Most stories with a good ending don’t start with someone falling off a cliff. Yet it was just such an accident that set Nate Apffel on the path toward filmmaking ...

High-res Dreams 

By Dan Ochiva

While Dalsa's dreams of creating the top 4K digital camera are dashed--the company closed its digital cinema division late last year...

Winging It 

By Michael Goldman

It Might Get Loud Director Davis Guggenheim brought his subjects--guitarists Jimmy Page, The Edge, and Jack White--together for the first time...

JVC GY-HM100U Review 

By D.W. Leitner

Recently, a filmmaker friend of mine confided to me on the eve of her trip to Baghdad that her 5lb. Sony HVR-Z1U would be too heavy for all-day use in the wilting temperatures of Mesopotamia...

Fade to Black: Thomas Winston 

By Kristinha M. Anding

Thomas Winston might get relatively close to bears in the wild, but he’s careful never to get personal. “When we go out, we don’t want the bears to acknowledge us,” he says of himself and his collaborators at Montana-based Grizzly Creek Films...

Shooting Enemies 

By Michael Goldman

Racing from one Hollywood postproduction facility to the next in the wee hours one night in early June, director Michael Mann and his colleagues wrangled the last major chore related to the theatrical release of Mann’s new gangster picture, Public Enemies...

The Art of Tiling in Public Enemies 

By Robert Stadd, visual-effects supervisor on Public Enemies

Tiling, or “stitching,” is the process in which multiple photographed images are placed together in alignment in order to create a smooth background...

Skillset 

In this six-day workshop, which meets Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., students will learn how to produce, direct, and edit a documentary...

Shotgun Microphones  

By George Petersen

Few audio pros are familiar with the name Harry Olson (1901-1982), but he left an indelible mark on the science of audio. A lifelong researcher at RCA, his many accomplishments include codeveloping RCA’s ribbon microphones (such as the famed 44 and 77 models)...

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