Here’s a really great video demonstration of how the latest technology is changing cinema. Most of these shots would not be possible five or ten years ago and the ones that were possible would have been prohibitively expensive. While I expect this rig is not cheap, the use of the latest tools and digital cinema allows the camera to go to the places and to show events like nothing before. And that has got to be great for storytelling possibilities.Tags: awesome, cinema, digital, film, multirotor, yonder blue
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Today was the first day of production for our short comedic film based on Chekhov’s The Bear. Written and directed by David Meadows. Produced by Antonio Barimen. Starring Adam T. Perkins, Summer Williams and Kym Bidstrup.Tags: adam t perkins, chekhov, comedy, david meadows, film, kym bidstrup, movie, perth, production, skribe, summer williams
After busy Lunar New Year, Republic Day (India) and Australia Day celebrations here’s a chance to unwind and relax. The video above is from the Imaginary Worlds Festival. It features a collection of animated film shorts telling stories set in weird and wonderful universes. Some of the films are a little weird and some are downright crazy, but they are all wonderful. Enjoy.Tags: animation, festival, film, imaginary worlds, machinima, online video, shorts, vimeo, virtual worlds
Have you ever wanted to know what English sounds like to a non-English speaker? It might sound something like this short film. Brian Fairbairn has directed a wonderful snapshot with a truly unique twist. Beautifully acted by, co-writer and editor, Karl Eccleston and Fiona Pepper.
Warning: It does contain some NSFW language.Tags: eccleston, fairbairn, fake english, film, gibberish, language, movie, pepper, short, skwerl, Sydney Kino