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Post-analog Filmmaking: Tips in using digital camera for documentary filmmaking

Shooting documentaries is becoming a more accessible endeavor to both professional and amateur filmmakers. The history of cinema continues to write itself as the art of motion picture develops further. The definition of a digital camer has evolved through the years. From the late 1990's to the early 2000's, it used to pertain to Digital8, Hi8, and MiniDV cameras (as compared to the obsolete Video8 cameras before them), which were all tape-based camera equipment producing standard definition (SD) videos. A few

‘Give Up Tomorrow’ Film Review: A saga of crime and families

"Give Up Tomorrow" is a documentary that has all the elements of a fictional drama. It presents cinematic doses of corruption, injustice, and media manipulation to keep its “victim and victimizer story” moving forward. Unfortunately, it is not fiction. It is a true story still waiting for real closure. As the many questions on the Philippines’ corruptible system abound, so does the questions on the uncertainty of Paco Larrañaga’s fate in this now one-and-a-half-decade-long saga about seeking justice. Even the fate

‘Deep Sea 3D’ Film Review: Underwater magic

If you have that fancy for scuba diving and underwater magic without getting wet, then the jaw-dropping experience of submerging into the coolest underground deserts and forests in "Deep Sea 3D" should be worth your while. Clocking in at around 40 minutes, this 3D offering showcases how the sights and sounds of the "real deep sea" becomes "cinematic magic." "Deep Sea 3D" is a marvel in 3D filmmaking. The IMAX experience lets you sink way down for that stereoscopic 3D acquaintance with the grandeur of the deep

‘U2 3D’ Film Review: A concert experience for the price of an IMAX ticket

"U2 3D" is a spectacular, musically and visually superb experience simulating a front-row view and beyond of a U2 concert, probably the closest a big group can collectively get to the real thing, up close and personal. This rockumentary features cutting-edge technology that establishes an uncommonly intimate and occasionally surreal bond between the legendary band and the audience. Every development in the history of cinema has always been about making the experience more fun and amazing. For over a quarter-century, U2 has

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