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Meet Gavin, our Director of Photography

A native of the Bahamas, with over 20,000 underwater hours to his credit, Gavin McKinney is a veteran of underwater filmmaking.

He has worked on many feature and television films, among them five of the James Bond movies, “Splash,” “Speed 2″, “Jaws: the Revenge”, “The Abyss” and many more. 78 more words

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Telling (Digital) Stories of our Nation's Past: Using Film Technology in the U.S. History Classroom

The technological revolution has knocked on our classroom door, and it is asking to come in. Proponents of using technology in the classroom insist that it allows students to investigate learning in new and individualized ways. 684 more words

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Tytan Pictures’ Associate Creative Director Spoke at Adobe Video World

(SAVANNAH, GA) Jessica Thomas, the Associate Creative Director from Tytan Pictures, a subsidiary of 5417 Holdings, presented at the Adobe Video World in San Jose, CA. 266 more words

Welcome to 3D Cutting-edge Technology

The incredible never-before-seen images in ODYSSEA 3D were captured thanks to the development of new filming tools which allow filmmakers to shoot underwater in 3D, Ultra-HD 4K, slow motion, close up, macro, and with motion control. 40 more words

Film Technology

Screenwriting: Hollywood format

a screenplay is a 90-120 page document written in Courier 12pt font on 8 1/2″ x 11″ bright white three-hole punched paper. Wondering why Courier font is used? 62 more words


The Dawn of Technicolor 1915-35 review: 'A beautifully textured visual history'

This is a guest post for Silent London by Rosie Taylor. An event producer and freelance film researcher and historian, Rosie is festival curator for  620 more words

Silent Film

Pennsylvania: Top 3 in Art Spending

By Samuel Botwinick
October 29, 2014

Pennsylvania has great significance in the historical and cultural founding of America.  It’s no surprise then that Pennsylvania spends the third most of any state in the country to ensure that it will stay in the landscape of American entertainment and history for many more generations.  17 more words