Mr. Bridges uses a Widelux camera for almost all of his photos because he says its ultrawide images are close to how the human eye really sees.
Here are Frank and Ollie promoting their book The Illusion of Life: Disney Animation on the Tonight Show.
The science of color in film has brought us many innovative systems over the past 120 years. Here’s an expert’s guide to 10 of the best.
A team of researchers are working on a project called Face2Face, which is described as “real-time face capture and reenactment of RGB videos.”
An animation studio aims to create 1,200 paintings in the style of the Dutch post-Impressionist Vincent Van Gogh for the first feature-length film made solely through hand-painted canvases.
The director of “The French Connection,” “The Exorcist,” “Sorcerer,” “Cruising,” “To Live and Die in L.A.,” “Bug,” and “Killer Joe,” to name just a few, William Friedkin is one of the greats to emerge from the 1970s brat pack director’s scene that included Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Peter Bogdanovich, and more.
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.
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.
FaceDirector can seamlessly blend several takes to create nuanced blends of emotions, potentially cutting down on the number of takes necessary in filming.
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.