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Authors James Layton and David Pierce on The History of Technicolor

Technicolor, which was invented in 1916, came on the scene in a big and beautiful way in the 1930’s, adding splashes of color to formerly black-and-white visuals.


Costume Designer Sammy Sheldon Differ on Creating Two Famous Cinema Suits

Costume Designer Sammy Sheldon Differ is a master of the craft, constantly displaying her diverse talent through working on everything from Ex-Machina and Ant-Man to period piece The Imitation Game.


Roger Deakins on His Coen Brothers Collaborations and Move From Film to Digital

Roger Deakins is the kind of master of his craft that can make a shot of anything look cinematic, constantly perfecting his work behind the camera.


Quentin Tarantino on How Film Audiences are Changing Over Time

Quentin Tarantino has quickly become one of the biggest names in filmmaking through his force of talent, dynamic voice and visual flair.


Hollywood Post Alliance Announces Winner of Judges Award for Creativity and Innovation

The Hollywood Post Allianc® (HPA) - the organization serving the professional community of businesses and individuals who provide expertise, support, tools and the infrastructure for the creation and finishing of motion pictures, television, commercials, digital media and other dynamic media content - has announced that ESPN has been named the recipient of the HPA Judges Award for Creativity and Innovation for its ESPN Digital Center 2.


Key Behind-the-Scenes Crew on How They Made Many Decades Beautiful with “Age of Adaline”

Age of Adaline, starring Blake Lively, captures the quintessential look of several different decades through the story of a woman who becomes ageless after an accident.


Brandon Trost, ASC on Creating a Look for "The Diary of a Teenage Girl"

Brandon Trost, ASC is a master at shooting comedy, recently putting his eye to work on projects like Neighbors and This is the End.


Director Max Joseph on the Upcoming “We Are Your Friends”

Max Joseph has made a name for himself as the co-host of MTV’s wildly popular show “Catfish,” as well as getting his feet wet directing through a number of short films.


Thailand Considers Adding Filming Incentives to Increase Business

With its stunning backdrops and splashes of color, Thailand just begs to be used as a filming location, and the new addition of filming incentives may just be the thing to give it more screen time.


Cinematographer Russ Alsobrook, ASC on How to Shoot Comedy

Cinematographer Russ Alsobrook, ASC is a seasoned expert in what makes something visually funny, constantly improving his eye by working with giants of comedy.

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