If you’ve gotten involved in motion picture or television editing during the last fifteen years or so, there’s a good chance that your world has been entirely digital from the get-go. If you’re a bit older, you can recall the days before electronic tools came onto the scene, and might even feel younger editors are [...]
Upstate Independents (UI) is a not for profit organization consisting of filmmakers, actors, screenwriters, and other media artists based in the Capital Region of New York. With over 100 members, UI is the resource for Upstate NY independent filmmakers, as well as filmmakers from Massachusetts, Vermont and Connecticut.
What? A review of NAB one month after it started? What can you be thinking? I’ve never been a fan of instant analysis of new technology. That’s especially the case when it comes to a frenetically paced show like NAB. Most every company thinks–or at least hopes–that it has the potential hit technology of the [...]
The Fine Arts Department of the School of Arts, Sciences and Communication offers coursework in three areas: Computer Graphics, Graphic Design and Visual Arts Education. Work in these areas lead to the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree.
Since its beginnings in 2002, Red Giant has become an increasingly important maker of visual effects software. The Beaverton, Oregon-based company publishes a range of different apps for filmmakers, broadcasters and other moving media creatives. Most relevant for our readers are the four popular suites of plug-ins that the company continues to publish, support and [...]
If you’ve got good news, beat the drums. That seems to be the word at The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment as it continues a campaign to build on a recent upbeat report by the Boston Consulting Group that the City’s film and TV industries delivered $7.1 billion to the local economy in 2011 [...]
A report by the Boston Consulting Group pegged film and TV industry spending of $60 billion on production in New York City over the past decade with a record $7.1 billion generated in 2011. The study, released on Tuesday in an announcement by Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Media & Entertainment Commissioner Katherine Oliver, also said that while there was a nationwide decline in the industry over the past decade, New York City created some 30,000 jobs since 2004.
The new HP Z820 workstation is uniquely qualified for the special demands of high-end production and post. Putting this powerful workstation to the test over the past couple of weeks has only confirmed this conclusion. We’re giving the Z820 an NYCPPNews Editor’s Choice award. That’s a distinction we give to exceptional products that we feel [...]