This past month our cinematography workshop class had to film three class workshop scripts using a dolly and professional HD cameras. I was a part of the third workshop, and our script idea was to film a “Night at Pulp … Continue reading A Night at Pulp Fiction.
Interstellar is about a dying earth as crop blights are killing all the crops, threatening humanity’s survival. Cooper a former NASA pilot, whom now runs a farm, gets called back in to go on a mission, in which he will … Continue reading Interstellar.
My favorite cinematographer currently is Hoyte van Hoytema. He is from Horgen, Switzerland and studied at the National Film School in Lodz, Poland after being denied from several other film schools. Hoytema has mostly worked on films in Sweden, although … Continue reading Hoyte van Hoytema.
My favorite movie of all time is Back to the Future and my second favorite is Hook. An American cinematographer, Dean Cundey was the director of photography for both of films. Cundey has worked on a lot of Hollywood masterpieces … Continue reading Cinematographer: Dean Cundey
Crime dramas are one of America’s most iconic and successful genres, especially with the increase of crime drama shows that have recently emerged. Such as, Sherlock (2010), Hawaii 5-0 (2010), Orange Is The New Black (2013), Law & Order (1990), … Continue reading Crime Dramas.
Newton N. Minow is an American attorney and a former Chairman of the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC). On May 9, 1961 upon Minow’s inauguration of becoming the new Chairman of the FCC, he shared a truly captivating speech … Continue reading Newton N. Minow.
Last night I watched one of the most famous films of the history of Cinema; Citizen Kane. Not a film of my favorable choice, but I know that it’s part of course and now that I’ve heard the title since the beginning of Media Studies in 10th grade, I thought this might be the time to dig into it… The film is from 1941, so it’s pretty old. There’s something about my ability to concentrate when it comes to “old” films, especially when they’re black and white, but I really tried to focus this time. Still.. there were a few things … Continue reading 10 Things I thought while watching Citizen Kane