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The guys at RedShark News have been working with RED and G-Technology to look at the issues, opportunities and practical solutions around shooting in higher-than-4K resolutions. They asked cinematographer Shane Hurlbut, ASC, what it’s like to work in higher-than 4K resolutions using RED cameras and G-Technology storage Q: What are …

Creative producer Sarah Green, known for working with filmmakers with a distinctive vision such as Terrence Malick or Jeff Nichols started as a producer a few decades ago, before moving toward a more creative place. “As a filmmaker working with a Creative Producer, I can already appreciate the added value …

In Singapore, if a person murders another person, he or she could face the death penalty. Within the prison system, however, there is a person whose duty is to take a life. And it was this desire to understand the psyche of a prison executioner that drove Boo Junfeng to …

Speaking at the Shanghai International Film Festival (SIFF), director Ang Lee has warned Chinese filmmakers to slow down and learn their craft rather than rush out under-developed films to satisfy the booming China market.“I don’t want to hold [directors] back from development, but they shouldn’t grow too fast. This is …

There are horror movies, and then there are horror movies made by James Wan. As the co-creator of cult torture-porn franchise ‘Saw’, and with six horror movies under his belt, Wan is somewhat of an expert in engineering terror. 2013’s ‘The Conjuring’ saw the 39-year-old filmmaker top all of his …

Chinese entrepreneur-turned-director Zhang Wei is becoming known for naturalistic portrayals of the marginalised in China’s rapidly changing society, including “Factory Boss,” about a factory owner who desperately takes on low margin jobs from Western conglomerates to keep his business afloat, and “Destiny” (“Xi He”) the tale of an autistic boy’s …