Watch: The Sound and Music of Oblivion
SoundWorks Collection talk with visionary Director Joe Kosinski about the sound and music of his new film Oblivion. Also featured are Kosinski’s behind-the-scenes collaborators include Composer Joseph Trapanese, M83′s Anthony Gonzalez, and Re-recording Mixer Gary Rizzo, and Re-recording Mixer Juan Peralta.
Watch: Harris Savides: Visual Poet
Harris Savides, ASC who died this past September at the age of 55, began his career as a fashion photographer before applying his perceptive eye for beauty to music videos for Madonna, Chris Isaak, Michael Jackson, and a host of others. The films in this special tribute represent the wide range of his work.
Watch: Gordon Willis Interview
Gordon Willis is regarded by all of his peers as one of the greatest cinematographers in the history of film, and for many as the greatest of all time.
Watch: Salvatore Totino Interview
When your first feature is a $70 million, action-loaded sports film, there are reasons why.
Watch: Axiom Images RED Aerial Reel 2013
Axiom Images is a resource for breathtaking aerial stock footage shot on RED.
Download: RED Survival Guide
The RED Camera Survival Guide now available online.
Watch: NAB Show 2013 Coverage
With NAB currently going on in Las Vegas, and so many companies pushing out new products, Zacuto teamed up with Spirit Juice Studios to bring you the coverage of whats new and happening around the showroom floor.
Watch: James Cameron announcing Glasses-Free 3D
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. and Royal Philips Electronics in association with CAMERON | PACE Group (CPG) announced that they have signed an agreement to integrate the Dolby® 3D format into CPG’s 3D video content production workflow and to collaborate on the use of the Dolby 3D format.
Watch: The making of Oblivion with Tom Cruise in Iceland
Oblivion is an original and groundbreaking cinematic event from the director of TRON: Legacy.
Read: GSC: The Greek Society of Cinematographers
GSC is a non-profit association dedicated to the art of filmmaking, to promote and encourage the art and craft of cinematography.