Presentación de los cortometrajes rodados para final del Curso del Postgrado Universitario 2011/2012.
Las historias de cinco grupos de personas se unen en un mismo hotel. No se conocen entre ellas, nada las une y en nada se asemejan. Dos hermanos, uno famoso y el otro su agente, se enfrentan a lo que la fama puede suponer. El rencuentro de un padre y una hija que intentan que el rencor y la revancha no les impida llegar al perdón. Unos desconocidos se unen para pasar la noche juntos entre las sábanas de la cama de una habitación para desafiar los límites de lo sociálmente aceptable. Un par de agentes secretos discuten entre ellos si son dobles o triples agentes al más puro estilo de los antiguos cómicos.
José García Sánchez
Ana G. Beramendi
Daniel San José
A full-length Documentary of how season 1 of the show was made.
Borgia; Written/ Exec Produced by Tom Fontana. Starring John Doman, Mark Ryder, Stanley Weber, Isolda Dychauk, Assumpta Serna, Marta Gastini, Diarmuid Noyes, Andrea Sawatzki and Art Malik.
Season 1 available to watch on Netflix.
Director: Michael Daniele Driscoll. Exec Producer: Klaus Zimmermann.
Produced by Atlantique Prods., Canal+ and EOS Entertainment.
The third and final episode of The Great Camera Shootout 2011
On September 27th, 2011 The Great Camera Shootout 2011 was nominated for two Emmy awards (Midwest Chapter). One nomination was for Outstanding Achievement in Informational Programming and the other was for Zacuto Senior Editor Karen Abad’s, skillful editing work.
Episode 3, It’s Not So Black & White, completes the three part Great Camera Shootout 2011 series but also has an unexpected announcement. In this episode, the cameras are tested on motion artifacts, color and skin tone. The tests were administered by Robert Primes, ASC and conducted as an unbiased test through the SCCE (Single Chip Camera Evaluation). Some updates to certain cameras such as “S Log” on the Sony F3 and “CineStyle” for the Canon cameras were not available at the time of these tests.
Episode 2, “Sensors & Sensitivity” of the three part series continues with tests covering sensitivity, resolution, compression and the relationship between them. These tests were designed and administered by Robert Primes ASC, director of the Single Chip Camera Evaluation (SCCE) and shown at 2K screenings around the world to indie filmmakers, event shooters, commercial DP’s, directors and corporate filmmakers alike. Their opinions on the footage are invaluable when it comes to understanding what all this data means in real world shooting situations.
In the most scientific camera comparison to date, "The Great Camera Shootout 2011: a documentary of the Single Chip Camera Evaluation (SCCE)" premieres with Episode 1: ''The Tipping Point." The first episode of the 3-part web series examines three SCCE Tests: The Dynamic Range Test, The Under Exposure Test and The Over Exposure Test.
Robert Primes, ASC, designed and administered the full series of tests. "That's right," says Web Series Director Steve Weiss,"We didn't want people to think that these tests were biased in any way. So Bob created the SCCE as an independent organization to conduct the testing." Additionally, Bob Primes designed the tests with his own technicians and selected the cameras to be tested.