- New Products & Services. Bankston, Douglas // American Cinematographer;Aug2004, Vol. 85 Issue 8, p90
Introduces new products and services to the U.S. motion picture production industry as of August 2004. Launch of the Arri 235 MOS camera for handheld use from Arriflex Corp.; Development of the HD950 Remote AquaCam for submerged high-definition production by HydroFlex Inc.; Creation of a custom,...
- ProduÃ§Ã£o cinematogrÃ¡fica brasileira: o design estratÃ©gico para formulaÃ§Ã£o de projetos competitivos. Leites, Bruno Bueno Pinto; Bentz, Ione // Strategic Design Research Journal;Sep-Dec2012, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p107
The principal aim of this article is analyzing the forms of financing the Cinema in Brazil. These forms are influenced by economical patterns with nature aesthetics-productive and by the popular techno-aesthetical pattern. The meeting of these patterns provokes a tension, made, on one hand, by...
- SLAYING BUREAUCRACY. Power, Matthew // MovieMaker;Spring2006, Vol. 13 Issue 62, p52
The article features several motion picture storyboarding computer software which include FrameForge 3D Studio 2 by FrameForge, Gorilla Pro 3 by Jungle Software, and CompanyMOVE ShowPlanner 1.5 by Company-Move.
- APPLE MOTION. Katz, S. D. // Millimeter;Jan2005, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p53
Evaluates the software product called Motion for motion picture production by Apple Computer Inc.
- MODERN TRENDS IN CINE LENSES. Cook, G. H. // British Kinematography;Dec1960, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p140
The article discusses the new trends in the equipment and supplies used in cinematography. Cinematography has one of the most important new factors for the development of filmmaking, the availability of electronic computers for optical design and research. Another new factor is the introduction...
- Fairfield, Westchester counties attract film industry. Kalinoski, Gail // Fairfield County Business Journal;2/3/2003, Vol. 42 Issue 5, pB3
Reports on the production of the motion picture 'Catch Me If You Can' and 'Maid in Manhattan' in Yonkers, New York. Impact of the films on the state; Perception of actors toward the region; Implication of having many shootings in the state.
- Yonkers Stage attracts major film studios. Kalinoski, Glenn J. // Fairfield County Business Journal;2/3/2003, Vol. 42 Issue 5, pB5
Focuses on the advantages of having a production and stage facility in Yonkers, New York. Support of the mayor on the proposed construction of the facility; Convenience of travelling in the area.
- Course file for `Narrative film: Theory and practice.' Rush, Jeff // Journal of Film & Video;Fall97, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p48
Presents information on the graduate-level seminar `Narrative Film: Theory and Practice.' Focus of this seminar; Information on students studying scenes from mainstream and emergent films; What students will gain from the study; Listing of instructions to follow when filmmaking.
- Westchester, Fairfield counties attract film industry. Kalinoski, Gail // Westchester County Business Journal;2/3/2003, Vol. 42 Issue 5, pB3
Reports on the increase in the number of motion picture and television productions in Westchester County, New York. Conduction of Director's View Film Festival to attract film productions; Capability of the city to conduct union projects; Cost of union projects.