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Filmmaker Flies Phantom Through Abandoned Desert Ghost Town

Rhyolite. An abandoned mining town in Nevada. On a very windy day. Plus a drone.  The scene is set… 103 more words


Philip Bloom accused of domestic violence

Bill Weir’s The Wonder List photographer, Philip Bloom, has been accused of domestic violence. In response to the accusations, Kessler Crane, which has sold Bloom’s brand of equipment, has… 1,021 more words


5 Reasons You Should Be Watching The Wonder List

My favorite non-drama tv program of the moment is, without a doubt, CNN’s The Wonder List with Bill Weir. If you like documentary style storytelling, wonderful cinematography, beautiful locations and some top-notch journalism, this is a show for you. 985 more words


Short Film: "Hiding Place" - Phillip Bloom

Continuing with my new series of resource links – from video essays, to cinematographer interviews, how-to tips and the like – today I want to share with you a short film that was quite secretly recorded by DP, director, film-maker, and all-round cinematographer – … 246 more words


I Am Not Philip Bloom

In the spring of 2010, a fellow video producer turned me on to this British filmmaker named Philip Bloom and his groundbreaking work with DSLRs. I soon read everything on… 943 more words


The Wonder List

I just finished watching the episode of this thanks to the suggestion of the amazing Philip Bloom who was the cinematographer on this series. Following Bill Weir around to several hidden locations to capture the beauty before they are lost to modernisation, this series really captures some beautiful scenery. 30 more words


Reflection 2 – ‘P2P research process’ - Assessment Post Due by February 27th

First hand research of Jeffery Packe’s life was collected from primary interviews that gave insight into his experiences and ‘narrative’. The juxtaposition of his life as a soldier with that as a magician encouraged us to develop these aspects in our documentary. 155 more words

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