Why TED 2011 winner JR deserves every accolade
I’ve seen bad shorts promoted by great sites and great sites promoting bad shorts. Here is an example of a great site promoting a great short. The site is
Its a beautiful example of a simple look and feel but the content is equally good. Information on cast and crew, trailer, background info, interview with director and a press pack (a great idea).
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Beautiful example of a wedding shot on DLSR that I found on the web. Continue reading article →
The following is a link to some great work from Kev Donnelly, one of our 2nd year students. Continue reading article →
The following are some free software packages that any budding Digital Media pro should consider for their system. Continue reading article →
A spot by Spy Films directors Alex & Steffen for Bahrain Telecommunications Company (Batelco), disguised as 3 1/2 minutes of badassery.
Its not every day that a film director invites a bunch of ITB students along to a film screening. If you have an interest in film or are currently working on a short film for your projects then do not miss this!! Read on…… Continue reading article →
How do you make paint move with the grace and litheness of a classically trained dancer? With a Canon 5D Mark II, and a whole lot of patience. See for yourself what 5,000 frames per second gets you:
“Bringing Color to Life” was funded by Canon to promote their Pixma printer line. It’s beautiful, haunting effect—made all the more fascinating by this look behind the curtain.
Fresh Film Festival began in 1997 as the Irish Schools Video Competition, an annual festival to showcase the work of filmmakers under the age of 18 years. Continue reading article →
The Adobe Museum of Digital Media (AMDM) is a unique virtual space designed to showcase and preserve groundbreaking digital work and to present expert commentary on how digital media influences culture and society. Continue reading article →