Category: tech and trends
As part of Movie City Brooklyn, Scott Macaulay breaks down all you need to know as an up-and-coming filmmaker in New York’s second borough.
Scott Macaulay chats with Skip Lievsay, A Serious Man’s sound designer, about his work on the movie and his 25 years collaborating with the Coen brothers.
Photographer Roberto Quezada-Dardon reports on how a new generation of digital still cameras have given low-budget filmmakers new options.
In a series of articles, Mike Jones examines the synergetic relationship between film and the web by looking at the internet’s impact on six different movies.
In his film article on movies and the internet, Mike Jones finds that social networking applications make a new film a community event.
In his latest case study of how movies use the internet, Mike Jones looks at how old school meets new tech to market a music doc.
In the fourth in this series of articles about movies and the web, Mike Jones finds that to distribute a drama about wine, you have to first friend a vino savvy audience.
Scott Macaulay looks at the way that the green initiatives on Away We Go are revolutionizing environmental production methods.
FilmInFocus collects together a variety of links to help you become an eco-filmmaker and reduce the negative impact your movie has on the planet.
In the third of his articles on the synergetic relationship between film and the web, Mike Jones looks at juggling different media, messages, and dates to promote a single film.
In the second of his series of articles about the way the internet is used by the movies, Mike Jones looks at how the web kept Ang Lee’s new film groovy.
In the first of a series of articles about how the movie industry uses the internet, Mike Jones looks at how Barry Jenkins got online help with Medicine for Melancholy.
To complement our piece on tween girl gaming culture, FilmInFocus spotlights five treats that will keep the demographic glued to their consoles.