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  • Final Cut Pro X
    Friday April 29th 2011

    We are still weeks away from the release of Apple’s new non-linear editor, now billed Final Cut Pro X. Because no one has actually had a hands on experience with this preview version, it’s hard to state whether this release is revolutionary or just a much needed upgrade.

  • Plant shutdown sends small production firms scrambling
    Thursday April 28th 2011

    Until a few weeks ago, film and television producers worldwide were happy to rely on Sony Corp. to supply all the high-end videotape they needed to get their shows out to audiences. But last month’s earthquake and tsunami destroyed the only factory in the world that makes Sony HDCAM-SR tapes, throwing the industry into panic mode. ”For those in the middle of producing a series, they’re saying ‘Holy cow, there is no HDCAM-SR,'” said Howie Gold, executive vice-president at Creative Post, a Toronto-based post-production company. “The world is now at the mercy of when SR stock comes back in line.”

  • Darren Aronofsky to head Venice Film Festival jury
    Thursday April 28th 2011

    Darren Aronofsky is heading back to Venice. The American auteur, whose dark ballet drama “Black Swan” opened last year’s Venice Film Festival, will head the jury for the 68th annual affair, which begins Aug. 31 and runs for 11 days. Aronofsky does not currently have a movie shooting; he was[…]

  • The Sound of Exploration: the challenge of documentary sound
    Wednesday April 27th 2011

    Accompanied by renowned documentary filmmaker Mark Terry, a historic journey through Canada’s Northwest Passage included 10 of the world’s foremost polar scientists as they studied the effects of climate change in the arctic region, discovered new life, and compared their findings with studies being conducted at the other end of the earth, Antarctica. I was fortunate enough to catch up with the polar explorer himself, while the film was in post production in one of the best rooms, sonically speaking, in the country at Post City Sound, to ask him and the team a few questions about weather balloons, documentary sound, and glacial collapse.

  • THE BRIEF: Mass collaboration and conducting a digital worldwide creative department.
    Wednesday April 27th 2011

    By TO411Daily Columnist Linda Chandler Like its founder, Ignacio Oreamuno’s Giant Hydra, the on-line mass creative collaborative is 176 trombones – young, thrilling, wild. It’s energized by creatives (HydraHeads) who are not in it for the big bucks or giant egos, but for the fun of playing out the brief[…]

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Archives for: April 20115
  • Final Cut Pro X
    Friday April 29th 2011

    We are still weeks away from the release of Apple’s new non-linear editor, now billed Final Cut Pro X. Because no one has actually had a hands on experience with this preview version, it’s hard to state whether this release is revolutionary or just a much needed upgrade.

  • Plant shutdown sends small production firms scrambling
    Thursday April 28th 2011

    Until a few weeks ago, film and television producers worldwide were happy to rely on Sony Corp. to supply all the high-end videotape they needed to get their shows out to audiences. But last month’s earthquake and tsunami destroyed the only factory in the world that makes Sony HDCAM-SR tapes, throwing the industry into panic mode. ”For those in the middle of producing a series, they’re saying ‘Holy cow, there is no HDCAM-SR,'” said Howie Gold, executive vice-president at Creative Post, a Toronto-based post-production company. “The world is now at the mercy of when SR stock comes back in line.”

  • Darren Aronofsky to head Venice Film Festival jury
    Thursday April 28th 2011

    Darren Aronofsky is heading back to Venice. The American auteur, whose dark ballet drama “Black Swan” opened last year’s Venice Film Festival, will head the jury for the 68th annual affair, which begins Aug. 31 and runs for 11 days. Aronofsky does not currently have a movie shooting; he was[…]

  • The Sound of Exploration: the challenge of documentary sound
    Wednesday April 27th 2011

    Accompanied by renowned documentary filmmaker Mark Terry, a historic journey through Canada’s Northwest Passage included 10 of the world’s foremost polar scientists as they studied the effects of climate change in the arctic region, discovered new life, and compared their findings with studies being conducted at the other end of the earth, Antarctica. I was fortunate enough to catch up with the polar explorer himself, while the film was in post production in one of the best rooms, sonically speaking, in the country at Post City Sound, to ask him and the team a few questions about weather balloons, documentary sound, and glacial collapse.

  • THE BRIEF: Mass collaboration and conducting a digital worldwide creative department.
    Wednesday April 27th 2011

    By TO411Daily Columnist Linda Chandler Like its founder, Ignacio Oreamuno’s Giant Hydra, the on-line mass creative collaborative is 176 trombones – young, thrilling, wild. It’s energized by creatives (HydraHeads) who are not in it for the big bucks or giant egos, but for the fun of playing out the brief[…]

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Archives for: April 20115
  • Final Cut Pro X
    Friday April 29th 2011

    We are still weeks away from the release of Apple’s new non-linear editor, now billed Final Cut Pro X. Because no one has actually had a hands on experience with this preview version, it’s hard to state whether this release is revolutionary or just a much needed upgrade.

  • Plant shutdown sends small production firms scrambling
    Thursday April 28th 2011

    Until a few weeks ago, film and television producers worldwide were happy to rely on Sony Corp. to supply all the high-end videotape they needed to get their shows out to audiences. But last month’s earthquake and tsunami destroyed the only factory in the world that makes Sony HDCAM-SR tapes, throwing the industry into panic mode. ”For those in the middle of producing a series, they’re saying ‘Holy cow, there is no HDCAM-SR,'” said Howie Gold, executive vice-president at Creative Post, a Toronto-based post-production company. “The world is now at the mercy of when SR stock comes back in line.”

  • Darren Aronofsky to head Venice Film Festival jury
    Thursday April 28th 2011

    Darren Aronofsky is heading back to Venice. The American auteur, whose dark ballet drama “Black Swan” opened last year’s Venice Film Festival, will head the jury for the 68th annual affair, which begins Aug. 31 and runs for 11 days. Aronofsky does not currently have a movie shooting; he was[…]

  • The Sound of Exploration: the challenge of documentary sound
    Wednesday April 27th 2011

    Accompanied by renowned documentary filmmaker Mark Terry, a historic journey through Canada’s Northwest Passage included 10 of the world’s foremost polar scientists as they studied the effects of climate change in the arctic region, discovered new life, and compared their findings with studies being conducted at the other end of the earth, Antarctica. I was fortunate enough to catch up with the polar explorer himself, while the film was in post production in one of the best rooms, sonically speaking, in the country at Post City Sound, to ask him and the team a few questions about weather balloons, documentary sound, and glacial collapse.

  • THE BRIEF: Mass collaboration and conducting a digital worldwide creative department.
    Wednesday April 27th 2011

    By TO411Daily Columnist Linda Chandler Like its founder, Ignacio Oreamuno’s Giant Hydra, the on-line mass creative collaborative is 176 trombones – young, thrilling, wild. It’s energized by creatives (HydraHeads) who are not in it for the big bucks or giant egos, but for the fun of playing out the brief[…]

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