What is the magic formula in post-production that brings a film to life? Listen to this roundtable of editors, colorists, and an animator to find out!
The difference between a film that has some good moments and a full-fledged, unhindered story hinges on how it's treated in post-production. That success starts with the delicate navigation of the editor. At Sundance 2018, a handful of talented post-production artists who worked on some of the most cutting-edge indie films of 2018 sat down with us to discuss how they work to make brilliant, award-winning films. In Part 1 of this podcast, we focus on the role of the editor, their process of working with directors, and how they articulate the nuanced philosophy behind their craft.
Read Article: nofilmschool.com/2018/05/post-production-editors-process-podcast-part-one
Hollywood: Perhaps no other place on earth evokes the same air of show-business magic and glamour. The legend of Hollywood began in the early 20th century and is an earmark of modern American society rich in history and innovation.
The origin of movies and motion pictures began in the late 1800’s, with the invention of “motion toys” designed to trick the eye into seeing an illusion of motion from a display of still frames in quick succession, such as the thaumatrope and the zoetrope. In 1872, Edward Muybridge created the first true “motion picture” by placing twelve cameras on a racetrack and rigging the cameras to capture shots in quick sequence as a horse crossed in front of their lenses.
Read Article: http://historycooperative.org/the-history-of-the-hollywood-movie-industry/
We trick our own brains to hear what we want to hear. It can be deceptively easy to mix & master a track, but what happens to the sound when it leaves our speakers?How is sound perceived by the brain?
Read Article: https://output.com/blog/9-sound-design-tips-to-hack-your-listeners-ears
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