Blocking a scene–harmonizing the movement of actors in relation to the camera–is the core of a director’s job. In the hands of a master, this on-camera choreography is a powerful, yet subtle, storytelling device.
Few did it better than Alfred Hitchcock.
In this video, Evan Puschak (aka the Nerdwriter) artfully deconstructs a scene from Hitchcock’s classic Vertigo and shows how the motion and positions of the actors set the plot in motion.
Bob Sacha, an award-winning director and cinematographer and former staff producer at MediaStorm, will return to PhotoPlus Expo this year to offer the seminar “How to Produce Award-Winning Video.” Sacha will explain how to use audio as the foundation of storytelling, with tips about how to interview subjects to elicit surprising information and authentic emotion;... More ›
Netflix subscribers will soon be able to watch HONDROS, the documentary about late photojournalist Chris Hondros, who was killed in April 2011 while reporting on the civil war in Libya. According to entertainment publication Variety, Netflix paid “in the six-figure range” for the rights to stream the film, which debuted at Tribeca Film Festival... More ›
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