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How technology is driving the next wave of film animation - Telegraph

The spread of new animation techniques – like motion capture, which involves tracking the movement of objects and people to create more life-like characters – will also inevitably contribute to the data avalanche. Meanwhile, Lucasfilm has announced that the next generation of Star Wars films will use 48 frames a second rather than 24, signalling a new era for the film industry.

StopMo Studio - Office national du film du Canada

Réalisez facilement des films d’animation image par image L’application StopMo Studio de l’ONF vous permet de réaliser des films d’animation image par image les yeux fermés... ou presque. C’est facile et complet. En quelques minutes vous pouvez réaliser votre propre film et le partager avec vos amis.

Tribeca films 'Possibilia' and 'The Gleam' aim to fill gap between movies and games | Polygon

"One of the biggest criticisms for games like The Stanley Parable and Gone Home is that they're not games. This is where we fit in," Bloch told Polygon. "It's between a movie, where you can lie back and watch, and a game, where you just want to have the action. There's a place in between where you want to intervene, but you want to be inside an immersive film experience."

The LEGO® Movie - Animal Logic

Animal Logic teamed up with Warner bros., Village Roadshow Pictures and Lin Pictures for The LEGO® Movie, the first-ever, full-length theatrical LEGO® adventure. The film tells the story of Emmett, an ordinary LEGO minifigure, mistakenly thought to be the extraordinary Master Builder, who is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil LEGO tyrant from glueing the universe together.

IT plays starring role at CineGlobe Film Festival | iSGTW

Last month, the Tribeca Film Institute (TFI) organized a hackathon at CERN as part of the CineGlobe International Film Festival. The event saw filmmakers, artists, and storytellers descend upon Geneva, Switzerland, but also computer programmers, web developers, and videogame designers. The 42 participants from across the globe worked day and night to produce a range of exciting media works. Each team contained at least one member who could code and these skills were put to use to create games, apps, and other interactive experiences.

The Revolution in Interactive Storytelling Has Arrived, and Surprise, Google Is Behind It | Cartoon Brew

Last week, Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects group released the second animated short, Buggy Night, in its Spotlight Stories, a series of interactive mobile-specific animated films available on Moto X phones. Like the first film in the series, Windy Day, which debuted last October, the new short relies on spatial awareness and the sensory inputs of a mobile device to create a distinctive storytelling experience.

Midnight Eye - Visions of Japanese cinema - interviews, features, film reviews, book reviews, calendar of events, links and more...

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Midnight Eye is an entirely non-commercial, non-profit initiative created and maintained by: Tom Mes - editor Jasper Sharp - editor Martin Mes - design and programming Nicholas Rucka - U.S. correspondent


Why British film is all kitsch 'n' sink | Film | The Observer

Oscar-nominated director Mike Figgis argues that the defeatist attitude and outdated structure of Britain's movie industry is preventing film‑makers from flourishing on home soil

'Framed' Hands-On Preview - Putting the Pieces Together | Touch Arcade

Our gameplay session was just ten minutes long, but polished and promising; it was the first six chapters of an eventual experience that lead coder Josh Boggs described as “movie-like,” both in its length and its mood.

Paths of Hate - Platige Shorts

"Paths of Hate" is a short tale about the demons that slumber deep in the human soul and have the power to push people into the abyss of blind hate, fury and rage.

I Love Your Work · An interactive film by Jonathan Harris

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I Love Your Work is an interactive documentary about the private lives of nine women who make lesbian porn. It consists of 2,202 10-second video clips, taken at five-minute intervals over 10 consecutive days. The full interactive website is limited to just 10 viewers per day, and tickets cost $10 each.

Makoto Shinkai |

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Makoto Shinkai est un réalisateur de film d’animation japonais. Il est surnommé dans plusieurs revues japonaises comme le nouveau Miyazaki, mais il juge qu’on le surestime et que ce rapprochement avec l’un des créateurs du studio Ghibli ne lui va pas. Force est de constater tout de même que l’inspiration de ce dernier se ressent très fortement dans ses œuvres  et que pour Makoto Shinkai, Hayao Miyazaki est une de ses principales sources d’inspiration. Originaire de la préfecture de Nagano, il a étudié la littérature japonaise à l’université de Chuo. Passioné par l’animation japonaise il désire peu à peu réaliser des courts métrages d’animation. Sa première réalisation totalement finalisé est le court métrage Kanojo to kanojo no neko diffusé en 1999.

Jill Coulon : « Je voulais montrer le quotidien d’un apprenti sumo » | Au tapis !

Le premier film documentaire de Jill Coulon, Tu seras sumo, sort mercredi en salle. Rencontre avec cette jeune femme de 34 ans, passionnée du Japon, qui a découvert l’univers du sumo par hasard.

Milk Made - From Tulsa to Marfa with Larry Clark

Larry’s work brings us into the harsher realities of the world. His first ground-breaking photo book Tulsa flaunted his secret life of drugs, sex and violence in an era where going steady just meant wearing a pin. Leaving nothing to the imagination, Larry’s photos showcased the truth about just how perverse and depraved a life of excess can become. Larry first started making images to “show you what you couldn’t see…” or perhaps, in the case of his first film Kids, were too afraid to see.


How To Start A Revolution | a film by Ruaridh Arrow

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Meet the most important man you've never heard of

Best of the Web - Framework - Photos and Video - Visual Storytelling from the Los Angeles Times

The MIT Open Documentary Lab and the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam’s project, “Moments of Innovation,” documents the process of documentation.  The project spans from the 17,000-year-old cave paintings to modern-day virtual reality.

Grain35: Beautiful 35mm Film Grain Scans For Your DSLR Video by CrumplePop — Kickstarter

Your DSLR shoots amazing video - but it's missing the beautiful grain pattern of real 35mm film. Grain35 is a set of real 35mm grain scans that you can easily add to any video project.

Made by Hand

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Made by Hand is a short film series celebrating the people who make things by hand — sustainably, locally, and with a love for their craft. more

Edits Quarterly × Ian Coyle

Short narratives in film & photography


Pomfort - Simplified Media Workflows

Backup, QC, Reporting and Transfer - for a wide range of digital film cameras and recorders. Now all in one software.

Les films du losange | PINA (3D) DE WIM WENDERS

PINA est un film pour Pina Bausch de Wim Wenders. C'est un film dansé en 3D, porté par l’Ensemble du Tanztheater Wuppertal et l’art singulier de sa chorégraphe disparue à l’été 2009. Ses images nous convient à un voyage au coeur d'une nouvelle dimension, d’abord sur la scène de ce légendaire Ensemble, puis hors du théâtre, avec les danseurs, dans la ville de Wuppertal et ses environs - cet endroit dont Pina Bausch a fait son port d’attache durant 35 ans et où elle a puisé sa force créatrice.

How to Add Subtitles to Video Files on Your Mac | Mac.AppStorm

You don’t have to be a movie buff to appreciate a good foreign film, but unless you know the language, you will need to watch with subtitles. Adding them to your movies, TV shows and video files can be fairly easy, and you have a few options to do so. The file format of the video usually doesn’t matter when it comes to adding subtitles, but naturally, playback is another story depending on how and where you want to watch it. If you’ve got a film that doesn’t have any subtitles at all, you can usually find them at websites like and or by simply checking through a search engine. Subtitle file formats are typically found in .srt, .sub, .ssa, .ass and MicroDVD, and all of them should work with the options that I’ll outline here.

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