Camerimage is the only annual festival devoted to the craft of cinematography   The festival started  when a small group of visual arts passionates invited Vittorio Storaro, ASC, Diretor of Photography in Apocalipse now, to attend a small festival in Poland. 20 years later Camerimage has become one of the world’s most important festival dedicated...
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All mens dead is a short film from the National Film and Television School – NFTS Synopsis  “As the German blitz raids reach their 39th furhter air raids are to be expected at anytime…” At BBC broadcasting House, Bruce Belfrage and the rest of the staff are preparing the nightly news for millions of anxious...
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I have recently joined The Mill London Team. I must say that I had been working closely with them last year and it was with great pleasure that I was asked to join the Nuke Team lead by Hugo Guerra.
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3D Audience in the 50's
Stereoscopic in the 21st Century. Is Stereoscopic the future of cinema or a passing hype? A dissertation by Leonardo Costa National Film and Television School Introduction Cinema since was created in 1895, has been three-dimensional. Not the technology to view the film but the depth cues that filmmakers developed throughout the years to give the...
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Get a glimpse behind the scenes during the making of the Manchester United TV spot, where the world’s most international company teams up with football superstars Ryan Giggs, Javier Hernandez, Wayne Rooney, Park Ji Sung and club manager Sir Alex Ferguson to deliver
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Great News everybody! I have been working as a Freelancer Colourist at Di Room.  In their words: “We are an Inde­pen­dent Post Pro­duc­tion stu­dio based in Lon­don ser­vic­ing the UK film and cre­ative media indus­try. We spe­cial­ize in dig­i­tal inter­me­di­ary film mak­ing, offer­ing both online fin­ish­ing and dig­i­tal film lab ser­vices.
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The Visual Effects in 2001 – A Space Odyssey by Leonardo Costa   Stanley Kubrick’s visual masterpiece deserved the Oscar® for Best Special Visual Effects in 1968. Not only by the innovative techniques, trick camera movements and huge composition shots, but also for the introduction of new methods that changed the way of thinking and creating special...
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