"Avatar" and its dazzling effects have come and gone, but the three companies that developed the virtual production tools for that film are pushing them to the next level.
Even in ghost stories, sound must fit the time and place on screen
Since smartphones and tablets took the consumer electronics world by storm just a few years ago, the devices have revolutionized the way entertainment is consumed.
Once a budding filmmaker completes a project using an iPhone or any other low-cost device, there's always the struggle to get it seen and sold.
Manufacturers of consumer electronics and professional filmmaking equipment have been on a rocky ride in the last several years because of the stunning ups and downs in the pricing of rare earths…
Shows like "Dancing With the Stars" and "The Voice" are magnets for the kind of rabid fans who tune in religiously and speed-dial for their favorites when the audience voting lines open up. But…
Dailies have been part of the filmmaking process since the dawn of the industry.
In a way, Mark Stoeckinger feels like he's come full circle with his work on Ridley Scott's "Prometheus." It was the helmer's "Alien," after all, that pulled the supervising sound editor into the…
Delivering movie quality on TV budget takes ingenuity, experience
For live broadcasts, teams learn to expect the unexpected
At a time when many visual effects houses are moving parts of their operations to locations like India and Canada, San Diego-based Legend3D unveiled a new vfx subdivision of the company called Stereo…