Innovative film editor Lucas J. Harger approach to his work is about as far from clock-punching as can be imagined, and hearing him speak of process evokes thoughts of ‘The Method’ school of acting, but applied to post work. An Emmy winner for NBCSN’s hockey special The Road through Warroad, Harger has cut a variety
The Project Alive series is difficult to watch, but that’s the entire point. Film has an incredible ability to immerse its viewer into an environment, no matter how difficult that environment may be. So, when Caravan’s founder, Jon Muedder, was struck with the reality that his son had been diagnosed with a terminal genetic disease called
More than mere flourishes or eye candy, visual effects have become an essential part of our moviegoing histories. The space battles in Star Wars. Bullet time in The Matrix. These weren’t just milestones for the industry; they were unforgettable moments in our lives. There’s a reason we call these effects special. Over the years and as the cost of pulling them
These days it’s hard to find a creative person who doesn’t self-identify as a “storyteller,” a big catchall term that’s come to mean anything from writing a tagline for a soft drink to running your own personal Instagram. Brands now talk in terms of story. Pastors and life coaches talk in terms of story. It’s “story” everywhere
It’s surprising, with all the new things that have been done in film, that there are still new things to do. Technology has made the previously impossible commonplace, but it’s also opening up a whole new world of previously unthinkable feats. There are things we can do now that never would have occurred to us to do.