Monthly Archives: May 2012

Beautiful Shots Versus Coverage

I just wrapped on a lower budget film and it seemed that every day we were facing the same issue: to spend more time on a certain setup to make it look as beautiful as possible or to get coverage … Continue reading

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A Film Within A Film Within A…

Very inventive and extremely funny! This is Martin Scorsese paying homage to Alfred Hitchcock in a very original way. But what is the homage actually to? (is it just my impression or does Scorsese look and behave a lot like … Continue reading

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What You Lookin’ At?

In a previous post, I mentioned TJ Smith who has done some amazing research and detailed experiments on how we watch movies. He is one of the team members behind The DIEM Project (Dynamic Images and Eye Movements). Using elaborate eye-tracking … Continue reading

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