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Zacuto’s FilmFellas

Posted by Brian Paris on Mar 21, 2009 in Blog

Just found Zacuto has a Vimeo channel where they are posting some great webisodes called FilmFellas. It is a lot like Dinner for Five the show on IFC. Instead of Jon Favreau, we get Steve Weiss sitting around talking to filmmakers talking about film making. Good thing about this series is that these are people like me. They have done some good things, but aren’t big time successes that you see on the IFC show.

Check out the first one here and look at the other episodes on Vimeo.


FilmFellas - webisode 1 from Steve Weiss, Zacuto USA on Vimeo.

"Web of Opportunities"
Cast One: Steve Weiss, Philip Bloom, Peter Hawley, Steve DaDouche
“As long as I can remember, I wanted to be a filmmaker”, if this is your mantra, then you’ve got to see FilmFellas! Zacuto is excited to announce their new webisodic series, FilmFellas. A behind the scenes peek featuring influential and emerging new filmmakers who are making, creating and challenging the independent film scene and how we view entertainment. Follow this continuing series, you won’t want to miss a webisode as the cast and topics change. Watch in full screen HD with new webisodes premiering every two weeks. Producers Steve Weiss, Jens Bogehegn & Scott Lynch sit down and dine with industry movers and shakers where talking film is their family business.

The premiere webisode "Web of Opportunities" introduces Steve Weiss' passion for the web. Can the web really be a delivery medium for entertainment? Can money be made on the web?

Zacuto and Vimeo presents: FilmFellas

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Shutter Speed vs Shutter Angle

Posted by Brian Paris on Mar 11, 2009 in Blog

There is something special to the picture that you see in films. There is a blur to the motion that you don’t really see when you watch video. Some of this is explained by the lower frame rate, but the Shutter Angle has a lot to do with it also. Read more…

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The Director

Posted by Brian Paris on Mar 3, 2009 in Blog

So you want to be the top dog, the film director. This is the guy who is oversees all of the creative aspects of a movie. He has the vision and uses his own talents and those of the cast and crew to bring that vision to light. The director is the manager on set. There are others who assist him and will make decisions in his absence, but the ultimate responsibly comes down on the directors shoulders. Read more…

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