Discover the new TwistGrip

TwistGrip is the premium universal smartphone clamp from Manfrotto, specifically devised for all smartphone users interested in smartphone photography who want to increase the potential of their device. The clamp connects any smartphone to any kind of support, functioning as a base for a complete modular photographic system. Its ¼” thread support connection and cold-shoe lighting connection give you the possibility to use TwistGrip in multiple configurations and with different […]

 

 
 
 

"Mother’s Day" from Rutgers iTV Studio

The award-winning professional team at the Rutgers iTV Studio provides television, multimedia, and audio production services. We serve the university’s faculty, students, and staff as well as other institutions, educators, and global broadcast outlets. Whether your goal is to instruct, educate, or promote, we offer end-to-end media production support.

 

Film Festival | Tribeca

FILM FESTIVAL The 15th annual Tribeca Film Festival will take place April 13 – 24, 2016. The Tribeca Film Festival was founded in 2002 by Jane Rosenthal, Robert De Niro and Craig Hatkoff, reportedly in response to the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the consequent loss of vitality in the Tribeca neighborhood in Lower Manhattan,[1] although there are reports that its founding was underway prior to […]

 

Don Cheadle: Why I Had to Make My Miles Davis Movie | Rolling Stone

‘Miles Ahead’ director-star talks bringing the jazz legend to the big screen: “I think we had to make him a gangster” There’s a reason that, in an age when everyone from Hank Williams to the Notorious B.I.G. has been blessed with a biopic, a musical giant like Miles Davis had long eluded big-screen treatment. For starters, the idea of trying to do justice to the jazz legend’s multifaceted career with […]

 

 
 
 

What The Waves Brought In

The Syrian Refugee Crisis New Poem By Jenene Ravesloot Reading By James W. Barnes Soundscape Aidan D. Warnock “Aerfort” A Paul Broderick Film

 

 
 
 

TWO from Paul Broderick

A POEM BY LAURA M. KAMINSKI READING BY DALEWISLEY A PAUL BRODERICK FILM THE POETRY STORE HOUSE

 

A young woman with Down syndrome questions her place in the world.

Guest Room from Joshua Tate on Vimeo. Written & Directed by Joshua Tate Starring Lauren Potter (“Glee”), Michael Iovine (lovelandfilm.com), Elizabeth Dement, Chelsea Landon SXSW 2015 WINNER: Audience Award (Competition Short), Dances With Films Palm Springs Short Fest / Cleveland Int’l Film Festival / New Orleans Film Festival / BendFilm DC Shorts / HollyShorts / New Hampshire Film Festival / Tallgrass Film Festival    

 

 
 
 

Have you heard this hauntingly beautiful cover of “The Sound of Silence” yet? You might be surprised which artist this is from

The video was directed by Matt Mahurin Matt Mahurin was born in Los Angeles in 1959. Currently he is the only acclaimed music video director (apart from Adam Dubin & Wayne Isham) to have collaborated with acts like Queesryche & Metallica. To this day he directs music videos but is on the look out for lesser known bands. His visions transcend the boundaries of intelligence and this is proved by the […]

 

WHOISJAVMENDEZ?

Jav Mendez [@whoisjavmendez] out of Camden, New Jersey creates thought provoking art concerning his personal struggles, his views on society and his faith in Christ. He plans to continue creating genuine art through his choice of words, photography and film in hopes that others would not only be impacted—but also inspired. Jav is a current undergraduate student at The State University of New Jersey, Rutgers New Brunswick where he is […]

 

7 Tips for a Better Headshot

The headshot. It’s the single most important marketing tool for an actor, and it’s amazing how many people do it wrong just to cut a few corners. Actors, it’s time to take it more seriously. When that little headshot jpeg pops up on a casting director’s computer, you want them to say, “Yes, bring that person in!” Not “Yikes, that guy kinda scares me. ”Your headshot is your calling card. […]

 

Online Video Contest

Online Video Contests is the #1 Video Contest aggregation site on the Internet! We are a resource for filmmakers, directors, animators, and amateur video enthusiasts to easily find (and win) video contests. We’re also the top place for marketers, social media strategists, small companies, and big brands to get the word out about their contests. You need creative content and video submissions? Let us help you promote to the perfect […]

 

Relive the Gritty Glory of CBGB in New RS Mini-Doc About Seventies NYC | Rolling Stone

Relive the Gritty Glory of CBGB in New RS Mini-Doc About Seventies NYC Watch the first installment of our new video series presented by ‘Vinyl’ BY ROLLING STONE February 10, 2016 S Relive the gross, gritty glory of CBGB in the first installment of ‘1973: Shaping the Culture,’ a new series from ‘Rolling Stone’ and HBO’s ‘Vinyl.’Nile Rodgers, rock journalist Legs McNeil and more recall the birth of punk and […]

 

10 Indies We Love About Crazy Couples & Tragic Affairs

10 Indies We Love About Crazy Couples & Tragic Affairs 10 INDIES WE LOVE ABOUT CRAZY COUPLES & TRAGIC AFFAIRS When it comes to celebrating our love lives, there are two types of people out there: those who look forward to the kisses, roses, chocolates and the romantic happenings of Valentine’s Day, and everyone else. But hey, at least there’s chocolate. Lots and lots of chocolate. We dedicate this month’s […]

 

 
 
 

Rebecca Graham: How to Make a Short Documentary on a Subject You Really Care About:

FILMMAKER: Rebecca Graham STORY: How to Make a Short Documentary on a Subject You Really Care About   So what a lot of people don’t know about me is that I used to be a care worker and teaching assistant for a number of years. Then one day I picked up a camera and fell in love. Gave up life as a care worker, went back to school to study Contemporary […]

 

OK Go performs in zero-gravity for Upside Down & Inside Out

OK Go performs in zero-gravity for Upside Down & Inside Out music video Music: director and choreographer Trish Sie tells Dezeen about how she worked with US band OK Go to create the gravity-defying stunts in the music video for the track Upside Down & Inside Out (+ interview). The video sees the four-piece rock band perform a routine choreographed by Sie while experiencing weightlessness inside a moving plane. The […]