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  1. In the late 1980s and 1990s, there was a great movement in independent cinema of no-budget filmmaking that was the beginning for some of the most successful and popular filmmakers of the modern day. Let's take a look at five features from that movement and see what lessons we can learn on how to make a great film with as little money as possible.

    For educational purposes only.

    Interviews/Documentaries-
    Good Taste Meets Bad Taste (1987) - http://bit.ly/2eHFh02
    The Making of El Mariachi- The Robert Rodriguez Ten Minute Film School - http://bit.ly/2fne18w
    Christopher Nolan on Following- Conversations Inside the Criterion Collection - http://bit.ly/1tNbuSH
    Richard Linklater on Slacker - http://bit.ly/2fD6INs
    Mark Kermode reviews Inglourious Basterds - http://bit.ly/2eHC8NX
    (and hello to Jason Isaacs...)

    Further Reading-
    Rebel Without a Crew by Robert Rodriguez - amzn.to/2fpAjVJ
    Spike, Mike, Slackers, and Dykes by John Pierson - amzn.to/2fLXeyB
    The ABC's of No-Budget Filmmaking by Peter Broderick - http://bit.ly/2fDeG9t

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    Twitter- twitter.com/andymsaladino
    YouTube- youtube.com/c/theroyaloceanfilmsociety
    Official Website- theroyaloceanfilmsociety.com/

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  2. If you watch a lot of film essays, then you've probably heard the complaint that visual comedy is something of a lost art nowadays, with most mainstream comedies opting instead for jokes done strictly through dialogue and improv. So, let's look back at one of cinema's greatest visual comedians and see where he found his visual comedy.

    For educational purposes only.

    Interviews-
    Jacques Tati imitates English and French police officers- http://bit.ly/T7eD5t
    Cine Regards interview w/Tati (1978)- see the Criterion edition of 'Monsieur Hulot's Holiday'
    Marcel Marceau- "The Mask Maker" (1959)- http://bit.ly/2gDmmEA

    Further Reading-
    Things Fall Together by David Cairns - http://bit.ly/2gbc4j4
    Composing in Sound and Image by Jonathan Rosenbaum - http://bit.ly/2h70G7h

    You can follow me through:
    Twitter- twitter.com/andymsaladino
    YouTube- youtube.com/c/theroyaloceanfilmsociety
    Official Website- theroyaloceanfilmsociety.com/

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  3. Here's a question you may never have thought about before: what does an animation editor actually do? If scenes are just written and then animated, is their role any more than just connecting clips together? On the contrary, the role of an animation editor is actually one of the most important roles in shaping the film being made. Let's dive in and explore the job.

    For educational purposes only.

    Interviews-

    The Cutting Room: Ken Schretzmann- see podcast on iTunes
    Moviola: John Venzon- http://bit.ly/2il5Biv
    Westminster Town Hall: Pete Docter- http://bit.ly/2iRdZd4
    DP/30: Lee Unkrich- http://bit.ly/2hYM8rH
    Manhattan Edit Workshop: Andrew Weisblum- http://bit.ly/2iKJk0A

    Sources/Further Reading-

    DisneyWar by James B. Stewart- amzn.to/2hZzDqO
    Cut and Drawn: An Animated Evening With Editors by Michael Kunkes- http://bit.ly/2i1u9zi
    Perspectives on Editing: An Animated Conversation by Michael Kunkes- http://bit.ly/2iZxDkk

    You can follow me through:
    Twitter- twitter.com/andymsaladino
    YouTube- youtube.com/c/theroyaloceanfilmsociety
    Official Website- theroyaloceanfilmsociety.com/

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  4. Brad Bird, writer and director of animated films 'The Iron Giant', 'The Incredibles' and 'Ratatouille', gives an insight into his writing process, how he directs animation and why many people fundamentally misunderstand the medium. Subtitles available.

    Find out which animated film that one clip was from by turning on the 'English CC' subtitle track.

    This video combines excerpts from the three audio commentary tracks on home releases of 'The Iron Giant', 'The Incredibles' and 'Ratatouille', as well as fragments from the behind-the-scenes documentaries. Watching the films prior to watching this video is recommended, but not entirely necessary.

    Edited by Kees van Dijkhuizen Jr., © 2016. This non-profit project was made solely for educational purposes, not aimed at breaking copyright law. All rights to all material remain courtesy of their respective owners.

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  5. RED recently announced the EPIC-W, a DSMC2-based brain with the new HELIUM 8K S35 sensor. At 29.9mm x 15.77mm, the HELIUM 8K is slightly smaller than the DRAGON 6K sensor found in the EPIC or WEAPON, so lens choices should be very straightforward. Previously, the HELIUM 8K was only found in a limited quantity, special-edition body with a unique white finish (affectionately dubbed “Storm Trooper” models). Only a handful were available for sale on reduser.net, but they were never meant for general release. With the release of the EPIC-W, the HELIUM sensor is the fourth and latest evolution of RED sensor technology. What’s important to remember is that although HELIUM 8K offers the same 8192 x 4320 resolution as the previously announced WEAPON DRAGON 8K Vista Vision upgrade, the HELIUM is an all new design.

    To read the full post, visit our blog:
    blog.abelcine.com/2016/10/17/first-look-spotlight-on-the-red-epic-w

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