A Point-By-Point Separation of Fact from Fiction on the New FCP X

Posted by Anthony - June 23, 2011 - Editing Final_Cut_Pro_X-thumb-500x312-4268

The internet is all abuzz with rumors and complaints about the brand-new FCP X…mostly from people that haven’t even used or seen it in-person yet, but are never-the-less is a blind tizzy about the radical new changes (and they are radical)  in the most popular editing software on the market. Seeing the throngs of pro [...]

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Completely Revamped Final Cut Pro X Drops Today to Cheers (and Controversy)

Posted by Anthony - June 21, 2011 - Announcements, Editing fcpx_intro_apple-thumb-640xauto-22820

Today Apple released it’s much anticipated and debated completely rebuilt editing software, Final Cut Pro X.  I was at the FCP Users Group Supermeet at the annual N.A.B. Conference in Las Vegas this year when they made the announcement to a room of rabid FCP editors and I swear it sounded like one of the [...]

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Michael Murie Ponders the Death of DSLR’s

Posted by Anthony - June 10, 2011 - DSLR Cameras TheDeathofDSLR's

I just finished writing two dueling sections in my new book, The Shut Up and Shoot Freelance Video Guide, entitled Why DSLR Camera’s Are Lame and Why DSLR Camera’s are Da Bomb.  I am truly still on the fence on DSLR cameras.  Great images, but plenty of hassle to get them compared to shooting with [...]

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Tahir Jetter – Filmmaker Serves Up Film School Reality 101

Posted by Anthony - June 8, 2011 - Candid Advice, Career Advice, Education, Film School TahirOnFilmSchool

One of my former NYU student employee’s turned filmmaking colleague (as they often do) just wrote an exceptionally insightful article on whether or not one should go to filmschool and how to make the most of the experience.  I spend a lot of time counseling young people on this very same issue and have long [...]

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2011 Brooklyn Film Fest is on and Poppin’!

Posted by Anthony - June 3, 2011 - Film Festivals BFF Logo Remixed

10 days. 101 films. 26 countries. Over 50 World and USA Premieres. June 3-12 at IndieScreen and Brooklyn Heights Cinema. www.brooklynfilmfestival.org/films/2011 The 2011 Brooklyn Film Festival opens TONIGHT! My man Nathan Kensinger, (an award-winning Brooklyn filmmaker in his own right)  is the Director of Programming, so you know there will be some dope selections.  See [...]

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