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Stock Footage Intro

What is it? Stock Footage is often termed generic or B roll footage. It’s used to fill in shots. Maybe a movie or TV show needs a cinematic fly over of New York city, or a corporate video needs a shot that means “Enthusiasm”. Or just footage of a dump truck, rice field, person at…

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Open Cut v2 – It has arrived

Well, I just received my G-Raid mini (250Gb) with my Open Cut v2 footage. For those that don’t know, Open Cut is a competition where professionals, to ametures can get some pre-recorded Red One footage, and edit it together. What is Red One? Well Red One is a new, fully digital, very amazing video camera…

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Schoolyard Justice – Release date

As per Rodney’s blog, over at Fernby Films.com, the short film both of us have been working on will be released this month. In fact, the local premiere will be on Thursday the 26th of June, with the International Web release on Friday the 27th June. Original blog post : http://www.fernbyfilms.com/2008/06/11/schoolyard-justice-premiere-date-announcement/ If you would like…

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Being and extra on a big budget film (for Australia)

Well, on Monday I was an extra on a reasonably large budget film, and I can tell you that being an extra can be summarised as interesting but boring. I got up at 5am, so I could pick up a friend at 6:15am, to get to the Rosewater Oval in time. To be honest, I…

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