“The Uncertainty Has Settled”, a feature film shot using Magic Lantern raw video – EOSHD

The Uncertainty Has Settled is available at Vimeo On Demand! (https://vimeo.com/ondemand/theuncertaintyhassettled) “Are we doing the right thing?” That’s the question The Uncertainty Has Settled explores, and you may ask yourself the same thing about shooting Magic Lantern for the big screen! Crazy or inspired? My friend in Berlin, Volker Schmidt was behind the camera on…

The Uncertainty Has Settled is available at Vimeo On Demand! (https://vimeo.com/ondemand/theuncertaintyhassettled) “Are we doing the right thing?” That’s the question The Uncertainty Has Settled explores, and you may ask yourself the same thing about shooting Magic Lantern for the big screen! Crazy or inspired? My friend in Berlin, Volker Schmidt was behind the camera on this film, and the decision to shoot Magic Lantern raw video on the ‘vintage’ 5D Mark II… Journalism has become so polarised. Right-wing or left-wing? 99% of the the debate happens in an extreme bubble on one side or the other. Eventually these extremes guide … Read more

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Facebook can’t bring us together, but culture can. That’s why Unesco is vital | Costa-Gavras

If Audrey Azoulay, the French former culture minister, becomes director-general, Unesco could catch up with our globalised world, says the film-maker Costa-Gavras

If Audrey Azoulay, the French former culture minister, becomes director-general, Unesco could catch up with our globalised world, says the film-maker Costa-Gavras

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Strange Illusions: Poverty Row Classics Preserved by UCLA | MoMA

Film series. October 19–28, 2017. Long before the Sundance Film Festival, independent productions flourished on Hollywood’s Poverty Row, that strip of Gower Street between Sunset Boulevard and the Paramount lot. Dozens of fly-by-night outfits came and went in the 1930s and ’40s, churning out genre films that often had an edge and grittiness not found…

Film series. October 19–28, 2017. Long before the Sundance Film Festival, independent productions flourished on Hollywood’s Poverty Row, that strip of Gower Street between Sunset Boulevard and the Paramount lot. Dozens of fly-by-night outfits came and went in the 1930s and ’40s, churning out genre films that often had an edge and grittiness not found in major studio movies. UCLA Film & Television Archive has made it a mission to preserve and restore these rare and endangered works, of which this series presents 12 shining examples, with an emphasis on noir, horror, and pre-Code audacity.

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Help us co-create an independent online film community Hello indie friends, We are working with an independent market research company, CitizenMe, to help us delivering the best new onlin

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