The increased number of licensing options available to potential clients has introduced new problems. The number of choices for any content producer in film, TV or Web can be overwhelming and very con ...
January 2, 2013
Editing has come a long way since the upright Moviola. Those of us who started cutting on film or tape know full well how computers revolutionized our industry. Nonlinear editing systems help us make ...
December 18, 2012
In Post’s November 2012 article Mic’d Up, I talked with production sound editor Simon Hayes about the recording process for the musical Les Miserables, which is coming to theaters December 25. While w ...
December 14, 2012
I see 2013 as "a time of perceived change" or faux beginnings.
December 11, 2012
Complacency and false hope are the biggest threats to the post industry.
December 10, 2012
Great ideas are still — and always will be — king, and we're in the ideas business.
NEW YORK — In 2008, when Amanda Amalfi got her first shot at Flame during an unpaid internship at Headlight, she asked her fellow artists if her new skillset would keep her in the studio past midnight ...
December 7, 2012
Opportunities include standing out, taking creative chances, and going back to basics.
During periods of great change, even the mightiest can fall.
Clients are looking for cheaper ways to get high-quality work.