What is the magic formula in post-production that brings a film to life? Listen to this roundtable of editors, colorists, and an animator to find out! The difference between a film that has some good moments and a full-fledged, unhindered story hinges on how it’s treated in post-production. That success starts […]

The importance of the editing process in film-making

In his characteristically breezy and conversational tone, Phil Hall deftly covers a lot of territory in his ambitious The History of Independent Cinema. The book, Hall’s third on film, reads less like a stodgy college film history class and more like a late-night rap from a visiting lecturer at the local arthouse cinema. […]

The History Of Independent Cinema

Science fiction has a habit of turning into science fact. Usually, that’s because a good sci-fi writer has some level of scientific knowledge, or at least interest. They can look at where the world is now and extrapolate. That way, they end up with a pretty good guess that turns […]

How movies can predict future technology:

Hollywood: Perhaps no other place on earth evokes the same air of show-business magic and glamour. The legend of Hollywood began in the early 20th century and is an earmark of modern American society rich in history and innovation. The origin of movies and motion pictures began in the late […]

A short history of the Hollywood motion picture industry

A fascinating look at the technology that has helped shape the movie industry that we know today. Read Article:  https://www.timetoast.com/timelines/history-of-movie-technology

A timeline of movie technology

The magic lantern was invented in the 1600’s, probably by Christiaan Huygens, a Dutch scientist. It was the earliest form of slide projector and has a long and fascinating history. The first magic lanterns were illuminated by candles, but as technology evolved they were lit by increasingly powerful means. The […]

The magic lantern was an early form of slide projector ...

Updated January 11, 2018 It’s commonly thought that “older” movies are in black and white and “newer” movies are in color as if there is a distinct dividing line between the two. However, as with most developments in art and technology, there isn’t an exact break between when the industry stopped […]

The transition from black and white to color movies.

The film festival history and its twisty-turny past are filled with notable incidents and tie in with some of the most integral political and historical events of the last century. We’ve dived into this melange, to give you a crash-course in the film festival history, the lifeblood of FilmFestivalLife. Here’s our […]

The History of Film Festivals

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Film Noir is one of Hollywood’s only organic artistic movements. Beginning in the early 1940s, numerous screenplays inspired by hardboiled American crime fiction were brought to the screen, primarily by European émigré directors who shared a certain storytelling sensibility: highly stylized, overtly theatrical, with imagery often drawn from an earlier […]

What is the film noir genre? A helpful definition.