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How Stephen Shore’s Photographs Inspired Netflix’s Mindhunter

By Alexxa Gotthardt
November 23, 2017

In the first scene of the Netflix crime show Mindhunter, the camera trails a car through the run-down streets of small-town Braddock, Pennsylvania. 152 more words


The Joi of Blade Runner 2049

Building a character in a point-cloud became an entirely new photographic and VFX challenge for the Blade Runner 2049 crew. 

“The Overall VFX Supervisor John came to us fairly early for the project,” says Paul Lambert, the DNEG studio’s VFX Supervisor for Blade Runner 2049. 1,604 more words

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Mad Max: Fury Road

So far we have not had the chance to watch the complete movie Mad Max: Fury Rod in class, but we did watch the trailer and it really got me interested in what this movie had to bring. 409 more words

Case Study. David Fincher & The Social Network

Tyler Mowery
November 21, 2017

Today I look at David Fincher, his personal directing style, and the process that created The Social Network.


Thoughts on Archipelago (2010)

I’m not usually one for scenes of awkward tension—even Craig Ferguson could pull those off with his guests on a regular basis—but the extent to which… 157 more words


Episode 1: Finding Inspiration

Greetings everyone! This is the blog for the SCHOLIDAY show. Its purpose is to show you all the behind the scenes process of how our production company, SCHOLIDAY Productions, makes movies from start to finish. 334 more words