Monday, August 22, 2011

The Last Circus

If you can get past the freaky clowns in this trailer, I can say with the upmost confidence that you probably haven't seen a film like this before. The Last Circus is definitely a film I can't wait to see.
Can't wait to find out what movies are coming out this fall??? Checkout IFC's Fall Movie Preview.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Making Music Videos is Fun..

We have always been interested in making music videos and watching the "behind the scenes" of this new Moby video only inspires us more....I'm digging the "Red" camera they are using in this shoot.

We are entering our favorite time of the year for films...after the summer movies have fizzled out the good films start to trickle out to your neighborhood Art House theatre. Check out this trailer for Senna.

Monday, August 15, 2011

Comic Con

Hey All,

We had a pretty busy July and are finally starting to catch our breath after completing some big projects in the first half of the year. Comic Con was as fun and hectic of a shoot as ever. Check out the Upcoming website's Comic Con Blog to see some of our work from the event.

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Tutorials and movie releases...

So we are finally putting the finishing touches on God with a Gun and stumbled upon this Sound Track Pro tutorial on how to remove unwanted background noise. Check it out:

Need to color correct your footage? Checkout this great on how to color correct the right way.

Color Correction Tutorial After Effects [The Right Way!] from ☞ Michael DeVowe on Vimeo.

There are some additional instructions here
And if you own After Effects and need to create a quick vignette, checkout the clip below:

Another great film from the folks at Oscilloscope.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Good Things Come to People Who....

Read our blog posts!!! Sorry, its been awhile...we have been busy covering Comic-Con and working on some other artistic endeavors...but anyway enough about that...Francis Ford Coppola was at Comic Con this year promoting his new movie Twixt. At the panel, Coppola utilized an unique approach to the presentation of Twixt that incorporated live music by acclaimed independent performance artist Dan Deacon. Deacon attend Comic-Con with Coppola to help demonstrate the interactive experience of the film, which incorporates both 2-D and 3-D elements. Staring Val Kilmer, Twixt was inspired by the work of Edgar Allan Poe' and Nathaniel Hawthorne and and came to Coppola in a dream "while on a trip to Istanbul." The trailer is below...let us know what you think.

Check out this interesting video

Paraic King from Ricardo Zapata on Vimeo.