Articles by tag: film

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Reminds Scientists and Metaphysicians That Researching the Multiverse Has Important Thematic Fundamentals

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The multiverse theory has been the subject of scientific research and philosophical debate for decades. It is a theory that suggests the existence of multiple universes beyond our own, each with its own unique physical laws and properties. Along with the recent phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, 2023’s Best Picture-winning film Everything Everywhere All […]

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Technical Takeaways from the 2023 Oscars Cinematography and Editing Nominations

Film buffs and industry veterans are gearing up for the year’s biggest film awards ceremony: the 95th Academy Awards. While every category up for the iconic golden statuette is defined by a career’s worth of experience and skill, two of the most technical awards featured at the awards show are Best Cinematography and Best […]

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IHSE: KVM technology in the context of film and content creation.

When editing hundreds of sounds across Pro Tools, and often across multiple instances of Pro Tools, having efficient switching does wonder for a quality, frictionless edit. On today’s episode of Direct Connection, an IHSE podcast, host Daniel Litwin sits down with Dennis Sands, Head Scoring and Re-Recording Mixer at Sound Waves SB, a mixing […]

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Direct Connections: How Technology Can Take Media Post-Production to New Heights

Media post-production has undergone many transformations in its storied processes. In an industry where latency, resolution, and massive file size are factors, technology has to keep the pace. But how can workflows improve to reduce time but not quality? Direct Connections host Daniel Litwin welcomed Jim Pace, Owner of Audio Intervisual Design, an AV […]

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Why Filmmakers Should Always Watch the Director’s Cut

Take a look into famous “director’s cuts” and what filmmakers can learn from watching movies the way they were meant to be seen. In a recent episode of his Team Deakins podcast, legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins opened up about his wish to revive a long-lost four-hour cut of Andrew Dominik‘s neo-western The Assasination of Jesse James. He details his praise of the […]

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How to Prepare for a Successful Career in Video Production

This is In Focus, by MarketScale. A podcast by video professionals for video professionals, putting in focus the topics, teachers and tips guiding the video industry today. With your host, MarketScale’s Sr. Director of Video Production, Josh Brummett.   The job market is constantly changing, and the job qualifications that would have been sufficient five or […]

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Experience by Design
How Narratives Power Impactful Experience Design

On this episode of Experience by Design, host Bryan Meszaros welcomed Abigail Honor, Founder of Lorem Ipsum Corp, for a discussion on how growth in the field of experience design has made finding great talent simpler. Lorem Ipsum is a “multidisciplinary firm specializing in the planning, design and production of experiences.” That’s a broad definition, […]

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Proactively Protecting Schools with Intelligent AI
February 27, 2024

In today’s episode of School Safety Today by Raptor Technologies, Michelle Dawn Mooney sat down with Matias Klein, Founder & CEO of Kognition AI. During the conversation, they discussed leveraging artificial intelligence to enhance security in educational settings. Matias shares his journey from aspiring healthcare professional to tech entrepreneur, emphasizing the role of AI […]

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How Embedded Payment Processing Is Shaking Up the Travel Experience
February 27, 2024

Through embedded systems, hoteliers can ensure guest data stays within their purview while providing a more comprehensive guest experience from beginning to end. By Warren Dehan The hotel payment processing experience is ready for a shakeup. Improving payment processing in hotels has been a major barrier for independent operators, and yet the closer payment processes […]

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Navigating Careers in HVAC: Jason Saunders’ Journey to the Top
February 27, 2024

On this episode of “Straight Outta Crumpton,” hosts Greg Crumpton and Gabrielle Bar explore the dynamic careers in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC). They have a chat with Jason Saunders, the President of Indoor Environmental Services, about his extraordinary journey from a high school graduate to a top executive in the field. Saunders […]

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JUST THINKING…Talking CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT with Lesli Laughter
February 27, 2024

Innovative planning and continuous improvement in education stands at the forefront of school improvement, a strategic linchpin that propels institutions toward a future of achievement and excellence. At the heart of this transformation is adopting a continuous improvement mindset, where educators and administrators constantly seek better strategies and outcomes for their students. Just Thinking […]

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Elevating Your Image Through Lighting
August 28, 2020

Josh Brummett, MarketScale Senior Director of Video Production, hosted Duncan Johnson to discuss how to become a master of lighting. Johnson is an experienced filmmaker with a well rounded background of photography, film, and video projects.  Johnson spoke to his background in the industry and his introduction to lighting and how it has shaped […]

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Film Studios Can Run Their Own Movie Theaters. Now What?
August 12, 2020

A New York federal judge has officially granted a motion by the U.S. Department of Justice to end the Paramount Consent Decrees, an existing regulation preventing film studios from owning their own cinemas in the interest of preventing a movie-industry monopoly. To discuss the potential fallout of this decision, host Daniel Litwin was joined by […]

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What the Film Industry Thinks About AMC’s New Release Timeline
August 11, 2020

Filmocracy Co-Founder and CEO Paul Jun and iHeartRadio’s Kyle McMahon tackle AMC and Universal’s new, 17-day timeline for films to head to video-on-demand – and how it might send waves throughout the rest of the movie industry. Though AMC and Universal reserve the right to extend films’ stay in theaters, this new, shortened timeline gives […]

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What Could Happen if Film Studios Owned Their Own Theaters: Ratified
February 24, 2020

On this episode of Ratified, MarketScale’s podcast on the intersection of policy and business, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin takes a trip back in time – and to the modern-day legal battleground emerging under President Trump’s DOJ – to examine the 1948 Paramount Decision. To get you up to speed, that 1948 decision by […]

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Strengthening Classroom Community with Movie Making
October 8, 2019

I’ve had the pleasure of working with this company. All opinions are my own. Whether it’s the beginning, middle or end of the school year, it’s always a wonderful time to share stories! At the start of the school year, students can introduce themselves to their classmates while learning how to navigate new digital platforms. […]

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Looking Through a Freelance Editor’s Software Toolkit
May 15, 2019

The typical two-hour movie that audiences enjoy across the world daily is the culmination of a year or multi-year process. Projects fit for the big screen or the flat screen take months to put together once filming starts, but by the time it hits the desk of freelance colorist and finishing editor Mike Nuget, […]

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