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The Bay Method 

By Michael Goldman

Michael Bay freely admits that he broke a few longstanding rules while making The Island for a new studio, DreamWorks, after years partnering with Jerry Bruckheimer at Disney. Among those rules: Never show an unfinished film to studio executives without an audience present, and never screen parts of the movie for the press before it's finalized. Bay says, however, that, while making the movie, he remained committed to his own creative process. ...

Rolling Dailies 

By Michael Goldman

Media.net's HD Screening Room Viewer dailies application went mobile for the first time when producers of Monster-in-Law combined the system with a laptop-controlled...

HD Stock Rising 

By Michael Goldman

Veteran director/cinematographer Craig Walters spent much of late 2004 and early 2005 taking four separate trips to the far corners of the world (11 countries in Central and South America, East Africa, the South Pacific, India, and parts of Asia)...

Low-budget widescreen 

By Michael Goldman

When director Tom Zuber approached DP Lisa Wiegand to shoot a low-budget (less than $1 million) feature called Little Athens, they first discussed shooting...

Shoot Review — StoryBoard Artist 4  

By Tom Patrick McAuliffe

Would you like to make better videos? Want to pitch your visual story ideas in a professional way to the powers that be? You can boil it down to one word — preparation. Once you have a story with a good beginning, middle, and end, you have a script. Next, it's time to plan the production shoot. For me and for many video makers, that means stickmen and crude pen drawings. Although this method may get the point across ...

Hope's Approach 

By Michael Goldman

To efficiently produce a non-profit, eight-minute, HD art film promoting a message of peace, called Hope, filmmakers at Luna Media, San Francisco, decided...

Cinematic Sluggers 

By Michael Goldman

"There have been some great fight films, and I wasn't sure I wanted to take that on," says Ron Howard of his hesitation to direct Cinderella Man. "I found it daunting to face the challenge of trying to present boxing in a more compelling fashion than has been done in the past." A conversation with actor Russell Crowe, who stars in the film as the Depression-era fighter, James J. Braddock, however, convinced Howard to take up the challenge. ...

Zooming Jets 

By Michael Goldman

A one-hour, HD-acquired special for Discovery's Military Channel, Red Flag, challenged filmmakers from Evergreen Films, Pacific Palisades, Calif., with...

Shoot Integrate Review — Datavideo TLM-70 

By Barry Braverman

Take one look around and witness an explosion of consumer and prosumer DV cameras, and even broadcast cameras like Sony's XDCAM, with IEEE 1394/iLink...

The Carnivàle Life 

By Michael Goldman

Director Scott Winant understands that it's taking too long to chop an actor's arm off, and he's a man pressed for time. Winant needs to get the bloody sequence right since it's crucial to the season finale of HBO's critically acclaimed series Carnivàle. The stylish show, currently midway through its second season, tells the story of dust-stained “carneys,” circus freaks, and the eternal struggle between good and evil. ...

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