Monthly Archives: May 2012

Why Baraka is one of my all time favorite films

I’ve watched more movies than anyone I’ve met including about 240 of the IMDB top 250 films of all time. And I’ve … Continue reading

Sony FS700 review/footage

The Sony FS700 is the one I’m holding out for right now, I gave it one of the highest grade in my … Continue reading

NAB 2012 highlights

I went to NAB this year for the first time ever, it was awesome. Best part about it? My gambling paid for … Continue reading

Violent and hilarious shorts.

People are still finding original ways to kill someone on screen. Obviously these videos are not for the sensitive viewer. As violent they are, there’s still … Continue reading

First teaser trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’

Paul Thomas Anderson is a highly underrated director. He’s one of the few directors out there that gets critical raves for every … Continue reading

Tips on directing from the masters.

Click on the directors name below to see their top tips on filmmaking. Even if you’re not planning on becoming a director, … Continue reading

Control electronics using just your brain… for under $300

I wish I knew about this sooner. This allows you to program a thought to an action, enabling you to control your … Continue reading

Phillip Bloom reviews/compares the Canon 5dmark3, Nikon D4, and Nikon D800

I’ve been a longtime reader of Phillip Bloom. He has been a wonderful source of information and education the past couple years, … Continue reading

Leica is finally jumping into the digital cinema game

I’ve been waiting years… ever since Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, and Sony gave all their DSLRs video mode, I’ve been waiting for Leica … Continue reading