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Behind the Locations of The Hangover Part III

hangover_sm_groupThe Warner Bros. sequel The Hangover Part III marks the last film in a trilogy that broke ground with its unique mix of adventure and comedy. Directed by Todd Phillips, the first two Hangover films are now seen as one of the most successful movie franchises of all time. The third film centers on the four leads, Phil (Bradley Cooper), Alan (Zach Galifianakis), Stu (Ed Helms) and Doug (Justin Bartha), who find themselves on yet another outrageous adventure as they try to untangle their way out of some unthinkable circumstances. P3 recently chatted with the film’s Location Manager Gregory Alpert (pictured below), who both took the ride of his life while creating a distinct look for one of the most anticipated comedies of 2013.

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Capturing Live Events

super_bowl_2013_p3 The live broadcast of a major sports event can provide plenty of technical and creative challenges. And when the event is as high profile as the Super Bowl, which combines a football game, a half-time show worthy of Broadway, and an audience of hundreds of millions, the stakes are even higher. To prepare for the Super Bowl’s expansive broadcast schedule and telecast from New Orleans, several networks turned to broadcast equipment rental company Bexel to handle their on-site production needs and fiber infrastructure.
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Extreme Filming in the Himalayas

 

 
pad-yatra-6_smDedicated filmmakers will stop at nothing to tell their story, especially if it brings attention to topics that are of significant importance. Such is the case for Los Angeles-based Writer/Director/Producer Wendy J.N. Lee, who shines a spotlight on the environmental issues that have plagued the Himalayas. Lee has an MFA in Film Production from USC School of Cinematic Arts, and she has volunteered to assist non-profit organizations in the Himalayas, where she became aware of the rise in plastic waste. With no viable recycling or trash disposal system in the area, there was a sudden peak in polluted and poisoned water sources along the glacial melting routes, which provides fresh water for half of the world’s population.
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Reality TV: Technology Drives the Popular Genre

When it comes to reality TV production, what we don’t know won’t hurt us. So say the networks behind the myriad of reality television shows populating our airwaves for the last decade. But P3 has recently taken a look behind the scenes of reality TV, and what we found is pretty interesting. Directors and cinematographers at Bravo TV now reveal the technology, gear, crew power and techniques they need to bring today’s top reality shows to life.

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Tiffen Releases New Editing APPS

The Tiffen Company is taking its 70 years of experience manufacturing photographic filters, lens accessories, software, and camera accessories for the consumer/professional imaging and the motion picture and broadcast television industries and bringing it into the new age by creating editing apps. Tiffen Photo fx and Tiffen Photo fx Ultra enhance social media support for Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, the Sincerely Ship & Print service as well as Email, Print, Copy, and Open In.

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