Month: February 2016

Dann Cahn on editing I Love Lucy with the Three Headed Monster

Dann Cahn on editing I Love Lucy with the Three Headed Monster, a Moviola which played the film from all three camera angles simultaneously and (hopefully) in sync with an optical track for sound.

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Joe Dante Talks About ‘Termite Terrace,’ The Film He Tried To Make About Warner Bros. Animators

Director Joe Dante (Gremlins) talks about the time he developed a film about Golden Age Hollywood animators called Termite Terrace, the unglamorous nickname of the Warner Bros. animation studio in the 1930s.

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New Software Can Actually Edit Actors’ Facial Expressions

FaceDirector can seamlessly blend several takes to create nuanced blends of emotions, potentially cutting down on the number of takes necessary in filming.

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Dali-Disney exhibition uses Virtual Reality

Visitors to a new exhibition at The Dali Museum won’t just be looking at art. They’ll be exploring a Dali painting in a three-dimensional world that turns art into an immersive experience.

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