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4 Reasons Why Video Glasses Could Replace External Camera Monitors

By Matthew Carter, posted 10 July 2013

Despite the fact external monitors have dropped in price considerably over the years, they still cause many difficulties for filmmakers and photographers that have small production crews. Even the most accessible external monitors can be fiddly and difficult to see properly in bright locations, often making their unique selling points not worth the hassle.

The Sound of Monsters University

By Benjamin Craig, posted 2 July 2013

In this profile SoundWorks Collection talks with Sound Designer Tom Myers of Skywalker Sound about his work on Pixar Animation's latest film, Monster University.

Lucas & Spielberg's Death Knell and What it Means for Indie Creators

By Anjum Bhardwaj, posted 1 July 2013

At a recent talk at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, George Lucas and Stephen Spielberg made some interesting predictions about the future of the film industry. In a nutshell, they both agreed that some major changes are coming to the box office, culminating in an implosion that will forever change the face of filmmaking.

The Changing Shape of Cinema: The History of Aspect Ratio

By Benjamin Craig, posted 28 June 2013

Ever stopped to think about just how we ended up with the film and video aspect ratios we now take for granted. The guys over at have put together some great overview of the history of aspect ratios.

The future of cinema and TV: It's game over for the hi-res hype

By Benjamin Craig, posted 26 June 2013

Not deterred by receiving a 'meh' from the marketplace after a big advertising push for 3D televisions, the consumer electronics industry is busy trying to get everyone excited by the next big thing - 4K screens. Digital video expert, John Watkinson, debunks some of the current (and previous) received wisdom regarding resolutions and framerates in this fascinating piece.

How to Create Subtitles

By Scarlett Huxley, posted 18 June 2013

Unless you happen to be a true polyglot, chances are you've relied on subtitles to make sense of things at some stage, whether it's the latest foreign art-house flick or just quiet, muffled or plain incomprehensible speech in your own language. It's often forgotten, however, that subtitles have also long played another vital role in giving the hearing-impaired the chance to make sense of moving images. They may be a vital aid, but have you ever stopped to wonder how those all important words came to be on your screen?

What Could Remake-Obsessed Hollywood Learn From Shakespeare?

By J. M. Evenson, posted 18 May 2013

If there's one thing everybody likes to do in Hollywood, it's complain about remakes. One article after another voices disgust at the latest reboot. Remakes, they say, are absolute proof that Tinseltown has lost its imagination.

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