Here's something you might like! Great cinematography, great visuals, great everything! Give it a shot and tell us what you think! 😀 Posted by The Spotlight Spectrum on Friday, 25 September 2015 And here's a quote from "We are indie Horror": "Hamish has taken a nightmare story from his personal history and has turned it into... Continue Reading →
Released today. I ask you to please tweet this video using the hashtag #stoptheviolence Let's make a change in the world.
I'm proud and a little scared to share this with all of you. I hope you like the teaser trailer.
Aleshia Brevard was the first trans-woman to act in mainstream Hollywood films. Ms. Brevard is still alive today and I truly wish she could receive an award for being a transgendered role model and trail blazer. Share if you agree. Aleshia Brevard: This ABC News Productions interview was filmed in 2002, shortly after the publication... Continue Reading →
Welcome to the second in the series I'm doing on my favourite music video directors. Micheal Haussman was a bit of a revelation to me. I've been a fan of a lot of his work for many years, without knowing that many of my favourite music videos were all directed by the same man. He... Continue Reading →
Fincher, one of my favourite directors, did more than his 10,000 hours before his break with Madonna and “Aliens 3”.
“I never took advertising seriously enough to worry about whether or not there was any sort of moral ambiguity about—I mean [Fight Club] probably more accurately depicts my take on advertising and what it provides for society than any of the advertising that I did. But, you know, you work where you can. I would have much rather started off making movies but nobody was that interested in hiring me to make movies early on so I did music videos and commercials as a way to just, you know, play with the tools.”
Two-time Oscar-nominated director David Fincher (Se7en, Fight Club, The Social Network)
Fight Club Blu-ray director’s commentary
At 18-years-old Fincher began working for Korty Films in Mill Valley, California before going on to work for ILM in San Francisco. Next Fincher began directing commercials and music videos, and eventually feature films. “Work where you…
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I watched this webseries recently and wanted to share it with all of you. It's really interesting, and has some ideas about intellectual property and creativity that we all need to think about. Thank you to this article for my inspiration.
Marvin, In his square garden, Marvelling at a rose; A bee stings his little brown nose, and he stands in a funny pose, as he grows, into a man.
This seems like a simple enough question. What is the worst review a film can get? A bad one, of course. Zero stars. Two thumbs down. Right? Wrong. The worst review a film can get is the one in the middle. The "it's ok" review. Two or three stars. So, why, you might ask is... Continue Reading →