Film School - Filmmaking

  1. For my documentary on free culture, I've been studying a lot. More than any other person, I've studied Lawrence Lessig, CEO of Creative Commons, and his contributions to freeing sound, video, and graphics for use in the thriving market of user generated content. This is a mashup of some of his interviews.

    A little background. Lessig has given many, many presentations on his ideas about free culture. More than anything else, he celebrates the power digital technologies give to take sounds and images from the culture around us and mix them together to say something.

    In June, Lessig announced he would move on from the free culture debate and take on the problem of corruption in Washington, a corrosive issue that threatens to keep copyright and other more serious problems from getting solved. To celebrate Lessig's many achievements, I've decided to remix his own image -- maybe a little irreverently, but always with good intention and great appreciation for his work.

    Enjoy.

    [ Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License ]
    creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/

    VERSION INFO
    2008.06.26 - Fixed jumpy sound.

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  2. I decided to build a make-shift steady cam. Looking for an excuse to use it

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  3. Got this one from Eugenia vimeo.com/eugenia here at Vimeo. Sorry for the crapy sound!

    1) I use two thin, stretched out rubber bands (about 2 inches when relaxed) work the best, a gossamer connection between you and the tripod
    2) In general cranking the pan resistance up yields the best results.
    3) The smoothest pans happen when the tension is enough that the ruuber band is stretched to 75% of it's max (about 8-10 inches) when panning.
    4) The rubber band also allows the head to slowly come to stop as the band contracts after you've stopped panning.
    5) You can bundle several around the pan arm on your tripod and never be without.

    More no budget tutorials here: vimeo.com/album/11663

    Happy Panning,
    Jay Boy

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  4. Thesis project Directed by Maria Victoria Ponce.

    Part of the 1-Year Filmmaking Program at the San Francisco School of Digital Filmmaking.

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  5. Here is a more detailed description of the concept for how I am going to make my movie online! Cast, Crew, and Produce a feature film by disovering talent from all over the world, all over the internet. You can be in my film! Are you an actor, musician, visual effects artist, even a producer, anyone can be a part of the movie!

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Film School - Filmmaking

Tommy Rodriguez

This is the free Film School of cinemacuteo.com/content/blogsection/9/80/ which are published videos tutorials to make your film projects, from the special effects, to the steadycam, lights, cranes. Filmmaking demystifies. Also visit the free Film


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This is the free Film School of cinemacuteo.com/content/blogsection/9/80/ which are published videos tutorials to make your film projects, from the special effects, to the steadycam, lights, cranes. Filmmaking demystifies. Also visit the free Film School Group at: vimeo.com/groups/filmschool
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