The IMAA5 is now OPEN for SUBMISSIONS!
Celebrating the best Photography, Illustration, Animation and Design IN MOTION. Enter your BEST work that moves and be part of this multi-cultural MOVEMENT MOMENTUM.
Deadline: August 26, 2016.
The winning collection and ONE GRAND PRIZE winner will be presented at BIG TALK in a screening at the SVA Theatre November 2nd in NYC.
Winning artists will also be featured in MOTION ARTS PRO.
The GRAND PRIZE WINNER will receive a Sony PMW200 HD Pro-Level Camera and a Miller 1511Carbon-Fiber Pro Tripod w/head from ABEL CINE. And a $250 credit from BORROWLENSES!
To learn more, visit http://www.ai-ap.com/cfe/motion/
POV is now accepting applications for media-hacking teams for its 2016 Digital Labs in New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco. The application deadline for all three labs is Friday, August 19, 2016 at midnight Eastern / 9pm Pacific. There is one form for teams proposing project ideas and a second form for applicants not proposing ideas but who would like to be added to a team. Note that anyone can propose an idea, whether you consider yourself a “media maker” or a “technologist” or both or something else!
POV Digital Lab is a weekend media incubator with a track record of launching funded, highly viewed, and Webby- and Emmy-award nominated media. Learn more here: http://www.pbs.org/pov/hackathon/
CONFLICT, a new redfitz original documentary miniseries, takes the audience behind the lens of some of the world’s best conflict photographers to witnesstheir personal and professional battles. The photographers featured in the first season of this miniseries are Pete Muller, Joao Silva, Donna Ferrato, Nicole Tung, Robin Hammond and Eros Hoagland – united by their hope to make the world a better place by bearing witness. The miniseries shows diverse, interwoven stories following the photographers’ attempts engage with,understand, capture and present different forms of conflict.
All 6 episodes of CONFLICT are now available to stream on Netflix,
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Today I celebrate my 10 year anniversary at MediaStorm; ten years of working with some of the finest people in the industry.
To commemorate, here’s a list of ten things I’ve learned and relearned during the last decade.
- The only way to make a great film is to obsessively care about every single detail from inception through export.
- Not every project will be great but you can still do great work on every project.
- You can edit only one film: the one in front of you, not the one you wish for.
- Filmmaking is a collaborative art form. Work with people you respect, and equally important, people you like.
- Don’t wait until your deadline to ask for feedback. Get it many times along the way. Revision is not part of the process. It is the process.
- Creativity is not a limited resource. Giving freely replenishes the wellspring.
- By teaching others, you not only give back, you learn more about yourself.
- Remeber to go outside once in a while. Life can be captured on hard drives but it exists in resturants, parks, and among friends.
- Stay humble. It’s a small world.
- Finally, it is a gift and an honor to do this work every day. And for that, I am so grateful.