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Sounds of Silence

Earlier this year, veteran Soundman MacAulay Flynt joined Writer/Director Heather Hale’s production crew in North Carolina to shoot the indie thriller Insecurity, starring Edward Furlong (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), Emmy-winning Actor Edward Asner and rock legend Meat Loaf. The film is about an organized crime family’s attempt to infiltrate the Witness Protection Program in order to kill the assistant district attorney who’s prosecuting a murder case involving a prominent member of the crime family. The plot’s complex cat-and-mouse game features a number of action sequences.


Good Medicine

You won’t find the indie film The Rainbow Boy on IMDb –– at least, not yet. The micro-budget feature produced by and for members of the Navajo Nation is, at press time, going through a grass roots campaign to raise the funds needed for completion. The film is about an ancient Navajo warrior who enters a sacred cave only to find himself transported to modern New Mexico where he witnesses the prophetic devastation of humanity.


Lights on Best Ensemble

LightCol_HL_BTS_dollhouseFilmmaker Adam Reid’s first feature Hello Lonesome had its world premiere at the 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival, where it won the award for Best Ensemble Performance. But when Reid first set out to make his acclaimed film, he knew it wasn’t going to be easy.


From Guns to Swords

LightColumnGuns N’ Roses, Britney Spears, Celine Dion, John Mayer and Marilyn Manson are just a few top artists with music videos shot by Veteran Director/DP Vance Burberry. With hundreds of shoots under his belt, the cinematographer recently reteamed with former Guns Guitarist Slash to shoot a music video for the new single “By the Sword.”


DPs' POV on Film

While it may just be a matter of time before digital cameras take over from film completely, that day hasn’t arrived yet, and feature films made for theatrical release are still largely shot on 35mm film. Television, by contrast, has quickly embraced the digital format – especially in the past year, and many DPs now accept that the transition to digital in television is a done deal.

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