Lighting the Way: From Cave Walls to Modern Day

Lighting the Way: From Cave Walls to Modern Day

Lighting the Way: From Cave Walls to Modern Day By the Hyphenate Video Blogger   Approaching a blog post about lighting, this hyphenate video content creating guy’s impulse is to begin with the first lights used for the first films and proceed safely from there....
WHAT CAMERA DO I NEED TO BECOME A FILMMAKER?

WHAT CAMERA DO I NEED TO BECOME A FILMMAKER?

WHAT CAMERA DO I NEED TO BECOME A FILMMAKER? By Doug Morris   THE DAWN OF FILM   In 1888 Louis Le Prince recorded four revelers dancing in what many believe is the world’s oldest surviving film – a three-second clip – commonly referred to as the...
THE GODFATHER OF STORYBOARDS

THE GODFATHER OF STORYBOARDS

THE GODFATHER OF STORYBOARDS By Doug Morris   WHO NEEDS A STORYBOARD?   If you’re planning a road trip you’ll want a map to guide you to your destination. Before you can hope to build your dream home your architect will need to get the plans approved before...
Podcast Guest – Justin McAleece

Podcast Guest – Justin McAleece

Podcast Guest – Justin McAleece     James: All right. So I’ll start off with I guess, career choice. What, what is it that, made you decide to choose this career? Justin: I went into filmmaking as originally a mechanical engineering student at...
The Film Festival Goes Underground

The Film Festival Goes Underground

The Film Festival Goes Underground By Doug Morris   THE FILM FESTIVAL IN A NUTSHELL    According to How Stuff Works: “Film festivals are events staged by universities, private organizations, local governments, arts associations and/or film societies. They...