Since everyone’s posting about Yalitza I wanted to share this pic I got after recording her audition for an upcoming film ;)
Also, we practically got the same beautiful brown melanin 😎
I was asked what my parents would think of me paying so much for school only to walk around in the woods with a camera filming mushrooms. I said they wouldn’t expect anything less.
Here’s my final for Cinema Production 1 at the Park School of Communications. Click the link in my bio to watch it. Thanks for the awesome collab, @yawgoog@amjulienithink.
Congratulations to all our wonderful students taking part in the Diploma Presentation Ceremony today!
This is a special moment to celebrate and reflect on all the hard work you've done over the last year. Whether you're returning to SAE to continue with degree study in 2019 or moving on to the next challenge, we wish you all the best!
Our partners over at @abelcine just announced their 2018 Holiday Giveaway! Enter for your chance to win some awesome prizes including a $150 ShareGrid gift card! Check out @AbelCine's post to find out how to enter!
One of my first short film (shot at Universal Backlot) was posted yesterday on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram by Lynsay Sands, an Award Winning and New York Times best selling author. Lots of reactions, funny comments and ➡️ swipe right... 1.6K views in about 20 hours. 🙏🏼 If you want to see more of my short films the link is in my bio. #womendirector#womeninfilm
It's that time of year again folks! The time of year when we raid the prop room for Blinky Lights & Tinsel to make holiday movie magic. Check out the link in our Bio, & thank you to everyone who made this year such a treat for all of us!
so grateful for all the friends in my life, especially this lovely gal<3 we took this picture in a parking garage and could have fun anywhere! from pilots to intermediate production to becoming roomies - so glad we’ve been able to go through this semester together
One of my favorite moments in Irish Goodbye! This scene marks the turning point for each character’s personal transformations. They begin to grow with each other, learn together, and begin to see the world through each other’s eyes! Sometimes it’s powerful holding onto the moment and shining the light on the actor’s powerful performances. Use your cuts wisely folks ✂️ ✂️ Edited in #premiere
Went and saw TO LIVE AND DIE IN LA at the Egyptian Theater (on digital - the first satisfactory digital re-interpretation of an old film Ive seen in a theatre since the horrible trend began back around 2011) with director William Friedken in-person for Q&A.
He discussed the impetus for the film - a book about counterfeit money-dealers in Los Angeles. He had noticed a trend toward a phony, counterfeit culture in 1980s Los Angeles and wanted to portray something that could speak to the superficiality he saw in the city. His vision of this "phony" culture is hypnotic, mesmerizing and might I say profound.
Equally stunning and mesmerizing - perfectly matching the stylized visuals in the film - is the soundtrack composed, performed, and produced by Wang Chung. The album stands on its own a fully-realized work of art. Friedken heard Wang Chung on European radio sometime in 1983 and recounted how they were experimenting with pop music unlike anyone else at that time.
He aimed to make clear not only the importance of sound in film but how it is a 50/50 split where he shoots a film with a camera and then creates a film with the soundtrack in post-production.
This artist's interpretation of a "vapid" culture ended up being quite deep...and has one of the best car chases ever caught on camera.