Vesna was a “carrier woman”, and did everything “by the book”.
Then she realized the “book” was actually missing something.
She first started doing different things. First and foremost...
Three times Oscar awarded Film editor Walter Murch (Apocalypse Now, English Patient) gives a lecture on his golden rules of editing.
The famous Co-pilots, mostly known for their excellent post-production video tutorials, give us a few tips & tricks how to best shoot an in-a-car scene.
Orson Welles (Citizen Kane, War of the Worlds) died at his seventies. Exactly two hours after this inerveiw.
It's clearly seen that the man was of good health and clear mind.
Che was the first movie shot intirely by Red cameras. Cameras were still in the testing stage while the movie was already in pre-production.
After 123 years the main manufacturers of 35mm film cameras decided to end the production. Sad but true. Arri and Aaton stopped production...
After his 'Way Back Home', the Scottish rider did it again. This time with guys from