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Band Pro Presents: Blade Runner (The Final Cut) in 4K

Band Pro Presents: Blade Runner (The Final Cut) in 4K

BURBANK, CA – Band Pro will present a free 4K screening of Blade Runner (The Final Cut) on Tuesday May 29th at the Dolby Vine Theater in Hollywood. Cinematographer Jeff Cronenweth, ASC (Gone Girl, The Social Network, Fight Club), and son of Blade Runner DP Jordan Cronenweth, will give a Q&A prior to the film.

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WATCH: Nancy Schreiber, ASC — A Woman’s Life Behind the Camera

WATCH: Nancy Schreiber, ASC — A Woman’s Life Behind the Camera

Filmmaking is difficult. This is hardly a secret. But it can be even more difficult to flourish for female members of the community, especially behind the camera. This is why it was an honor and pleasure to speak with the award winning Nancy Schreiber, ASC at the release of the new FUJINON MK18-55mm lens.

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ASC Open House This Saturday Ahead Of 2017 ASC Awards

ASC Open House This Saturday Ahead Of 2017 ASC Awards

Celebrate the upcoming 31st anniversary of the ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards with the ASC themselves at this Satuday’s Open House.

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Federal Tax Incentive Combating Runaway Production Is No More, Possibly Beneficial To California?

Federal Tax Incentive Combating Runaway Production Is No More, Possibly Beneficial To California?

Stemming runaway production just got a lot harder with the end of the only federal tax incentive that made shooting overseas a less attractive option for filmmakers.

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The Panasonic VariCam LT: Development, Functionality & More

The Panasonic VariCam LT: Development, Functionality & More

We recently spent time with Panasonic at their latest VariCam Hollywood workshop, learning all about how the VariCam LT and VariCam 35 were alike. We spoke with Panasonic’s Panasonic Senior Technologist Steve Mahrer for more on the VariCam LT and its creation, high versatility and more.

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Blackmagic Rides Along With ‘Ben-Hur’ In Opening Sequence

Blackmagic Rides Along With ‘Ben-Hur’ In Opening Sequence

Blackmagic Design’s Micro Cinema Cameras were used to film the action fueled horse race, giving the director the ability to get in close and “capture the emotion and intensity as it plays out during the scene.”

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Blackmagic Design Maintains Strong Hollywood Ties In 2016

Blackmagic Design Maintains Strong Hollywood Ties In 2016

We’ve seen Blackmagic Design and their products grow exponentially since their entry into the camera market with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. These days, they’ve become a go to source for high quality cameras, post production products and more for Hollywood, with their presence growing continuously larger on screens big and small.

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Georgia Risks Losing Hollywood Industry If Governor Signs Anti-Gay Legislation

Georgia Risks Losing Hollywood Industry If Governor Signs Anti-Gay Legislation

UPDATE – 3/28/16: Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has elected to veto the bill in question, stating “I do not think we have to discriminate against anyone to protect the faith-based community in Georgia, of which I and my family have been a part of for all of our lives”. Original story follows.

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A Look Inside Wooden Camera’s Los Angeles Store

A Look Inside Wooden Camera’s Los Angeles Store

Wooden Camera has made a name for itself providing the industry high quality camera support gear for an affordable price. With their recent move to Los Angeles, CA, the home of production studios big and small, Wooden Camera has further cemented themselves in Hollywood’s film making community. We spoke with store manager Michael Millichamp about […]

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Top 3 U.S. Filmmaking Cities Outside of Hollywood

Top 3 U.S. Filmmaking Cities Outside of Hollywood

When Batman squares off against Superman in this spring’s forthcoming film, they won’t be fighting on a set in Hollywood. Zack Snyder’s film crew shot their Gotham City scenes in Detroit and their Metropolis scenes in Chicago, with Smallville scenes filmed elsewhere in Illinois, before wrapping up in Deming, New Mexico, which served as Wonder […]

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