Review of Robert Grieves’ multi-award winning animation about creativity and community overcoming mass production.
Monthly Archives: November, 2014
Ever wondered what a best boy, gaffer and grip are in film credits? Let us explain…
Gorilla talks to Stuart Laws of Turtle Canyon about his production company’s prolific output, funding short films, and what’s the best camera to start with.
Cinematographer, director and writer, Jeremy Osbern teaches you everything you need to know about shooting in sub-zero temperatures.
Review of short film Blue Monday, about a woman trying not to celebrate her birthday. Written and directed by Charles Chintzer Lai.
Review of the short documentary Kerry. Directed by Kyle Dunbar, a young man tells how he left a life of crime for Muay Thai.
In film the 3 Act structure is a basic breakdown for story structure and progression. But why 3? And what are its limitations?
Assassin’s Creed: Unity is an action-adventure/pointless-item-collecting/stealth videogame set in the 18th century, during the French Revolution (not the Les Mis one, the other one).
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, one of the best and most notorious horror films of all time, gets a full restoration for a 40th anniversary Blu-Ray re-release.