World in Changes Issue : Creative COW Magazine
52 pg, approx 14MB
To succeed in this business, you only need to learn one thing: how to keep learning. Our world is ever changing, but keeping up with the newest technology is easier with communities like Creative COW. Prepare to travel to new vistas and enjoy learning that the possibilities in our industry are endless. Featured articles include:|
A Magic Journey to Africa -- Bernat Aragones, with computer and meerkat, begins our steps toward viewing other lands by taking readers behind Europe's first live action 3D IMAX feature.
A Storyteller's Journey -- Where do you go after your first project for AFI's Directing Workshop for Women is nominated for an Oscar? For Lesli Linka Glatter, the answer is 'everywhere.'
Beyond Forever: Preserving Films -- Ken Weissman inspires the nostalgic in us all as he details the film preservation program at the Library of Congress. COW members can glory in the thought that perhaps some of our own work may be preserved and archived not for just hundreds, but thousands of years.
More Than Just Blue -- While AVATAR was changing filmmaking, Mark Smirnoff led the team at Modern VideoFilm as they built the production and post processes to make it happen. Our magical tale unfolds with Creative COW Magazine as we journey into that beautiful world.
ESPN's 3D Initiative -- A wish beyond your dreams come true? Now ESPN thrills sports lovers with 3D coverage of our favorite teams and matches!
Not to miss -- The results of the COW International Music Video Competition listed off in 'The Back Forty' and Tim Wilson's ever-inspiring Letter from the Editor.
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Articles in this Issue
|More than Just Blue|
While "Avatar" was changing filmmaking, Mark Smirnoff led the team at Modern VideoFilm as they built the production and post processes to make it happen.
Feature, People / Interview 05/07/2010
Author: Mark Smirnoff
|Magic Journey to Africa|
Barcelona's Apuntolapospo draws on 18 years of experience to create live-action 3D. There have obviously been stereoscopic films for many years, since the 50s, and even earlier. In this new age of digital filmmaking, though, "Magic Journey to Africa" is the first live-action stereoscopic 3D feature to be produced in Europe, for both digital cinema and IMAX.
Feature, People / Interview 05/06/2010
Author: Bernat Aragones
Film History & Appreciation|
|The Library of Congress Unlocks The Ultimate Archive System|
The Library of Congress is working to preserve film for hundreds, even thousands of years. Seriously. In this article from Creative COW Magazine, Ken Weissman, Supervisor of the Library's Film Preservation Laboratory, tells the steps they're taking toward the ultimate archive system, starting with the restoration of films first printed on paper instead of film!
Author: Ken Weissman
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|A Storyteller's Journey|
Where do you go when your first film is nominated for an Academy Award®, your next job is for Steven Spielberg, and just a few years later you earn your first DGA Award nomination while working for David Lynch? For Lesli Linka Glatter, the answer is -- you go anywhere you want to! Just after she won her first DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement, we spoke to Lesli about directing for both episodic TV and film, visual storytelling, and a journey that began at AFI's Directing Workshop for Women.
Feature, People / Interview 04/07/2010
Author: Lesli Linka Glatter
|ESPN 3D: Countdown to Kickoff!|
An all-3D sports network sound like a long shot to you? ESPN has heard it before ?? over 30 years ago, when there were very few takers willing to bet on an all-sports network at all. As ESPN's VP of Emerging Technologies, Anthony Bailey is one of the people responsible for what many predict will be one of the most important players in the 3D home delivery game. In this feature from Creative COW Magazine, Anthony tells us about a few of the hurdles he and his team have overcome so far.
Feature, People / Interview 03/31/2010
Author: Anthony Bailey
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