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Classic Scene: Contact
August 7th, 2011

Zemeckis’ take on Carl Sagan’s classic novel of first contact with alien life is reverent and stately. Sensitive and intelligent performances from Jodie Foster and her costars give weight to the real-life struggle facing the Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) better than a million alien invasion movies ever could. Contact’s secret sauce is the […]

YouTube: An Insider’s Guide to Climbing the Charts
July 1st, 2009

It’s not until Chapter 7; Building Your Audience that the book starts to make good on the promise we interpreted from the title, not expecting shooting advice or a YouTube How-to guide (not that they’ll be unwelcome depending on your skillset). But after awhile it’s evident most of the information is just more technicalities, explaining spambots, listing the cheats and hacks you can employ but telling you why you shouldn’t and sales strategies like Google Adsense.


Final Cut Pro 6
December 1st, 2007

The Avid suite of products are still the first choice for pros, but Final Cut proved long ago it could do the same job, and with so many good features both new and old, Final Cut Pro 6 edges Apple one step closer to dominating yet another field.

Photoshop CS4 The Missing Manual
July 1st, 2009

It starts a lot like the marketing material that comes with Adobe applications, listing the new features and tools. From there it covers all bases, even to the extent of telling you how to best create new files depending your creative project when such information would seem obvious.


Classic Scene: 2001, A Space Odyssey
April 10th, 2012

There are a few directors working today who craft every scene, back-loading the plot, mood and the very DNA of the movie into every frame. But Terrence Malick, Quentin Tarantino, David Fincher, Michael Winterbottom or Pedro Almodovar all owe a debt to Stanley Kubrick.

Classic Scene: Cloverfield
October 16th, 2011

Watching for tracking shots is always fun, but they work best when you don’t even realise they’re there. Director Matt Reeves’ Godzilla homage Cloverfield had a unique device that allowed him to include some impressive sequences — the story about a giant beast attacking New York was all done from the point of view of a camcorder user, Blair Witch Project-style.






Classic Scene: An American Werewolf in London Horror make-ups effects so impressive they invented an Oscar for it – ...
April 10th, 2012

WhoseTube? Two geeks toiling away on the web's Next Big Thing is a ...
May 1st, 2008

Film Distribution 2.0 Sydney film producer Enzo Tedeschi and his partners took a unique approach ...
November 13th, 2011

DV Filmmaking from Start to Finish From the O'Reilly Digital Studio series comes this comprehensive guide that talks ...
October 1st, 2009

Viewsonic VP2365wb Ironically given the size (this is not by any stretch a small ...
November 13th, 2011

Adobe Touch Apps Adobe is barnstorming both the app and the tablet markets with tools ...
August 4th, 2012


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