Saturday, July 26, 2014

EAVE - European Audio Visual Entrepreneurs

ABOUT EAVE

European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs, EAVE, is a professional training, project development and networking organization for audiovisual producers.

Working with a worldwide network of partners we are involved in programmes for producers in Europe, Russia, Latin America, the Arab world, Asia and Africa.


Founded in 1988, our objectives are to provide professional training opportunities and to bring producers from different regions of the world together with the aim of facilitating co-production relationships. We believe that the support of independent voices, creative imagination and culturally driven companies within the global media industries is an urgent necessity in the 21st century. Through our work we aim to contribute towards the creation of strong networks of producers and to encourage the exchange of knowledge and skills which will strengthen independent production across the world.


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Visit www.eave.org. Waiting for the next cycle. for ties that bind.

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The Creative Producer

Studying Film - A starting point

Naked Filmmaker -Film Director Influences



- Really Love film. When you love something you will be really curious wand you want to know everything about it.'

Film Riot - Basic Lighting Set Ups



Lights Film School - 180 Degree Rule - dynamism



- A good tip is to separate the background (if it works with your scene) and the subject so that you have more control over the lighting. The basic idea is to have one practical light, and build the lighting design starting from that source.

Naked Filmmaker - lenses make the director



- You don't need a director who just sits on their as yelling action and cut!. There needs to be sort of thinking, and one of it, is to know what idea it is you are bringing forth and which lense would serve you best to convey the idea across.

Stephen DaVega - The Rules in Editing French and American New Wave



-Be bold

Marcelo Paulo De Souza - The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing




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* Links recommended by Razaisyam - Director, "CEO".

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Monday, July 21, 2014

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Generation Now

Watching this today. Break legs.

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Generation Now (Facebook)

2nd-Year students from the Department of Performance & Media, Sunway University will be performing a devised theatre (short pieces) for their Theatre Project subject final showcase as part of their Diploma in Performing Arts course. 
Supervised by industry practitioners Leow Puay Tin and Mark Teh. 

Generation Now showcases the hidden things that are not shown constantly on the surface, or camouflaged by everyday life. Tackling issues such as identity crisis, peer pressure, excuses constantly made, gender stereotyping, financial issues and the ever ongoing Coming Of Age. 

The DPA13 Production group would like you to walk with us on this journey as we tackle these ever never spoken issues.

SHOW DATES & TIMES : 
July 18th - 8.30pm
July 19th - 3pm & 8.30pm

VENUE : 
Roof Top Theatre, Level 4,
South East Building,

Sunway University. 

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Matt Costa - Astair

Before you turn around



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Friday, July 18, 2014

Petronas Raya Ad 2014 : Ke Pangkuan Bonda



Spot the Tapai.

Siapa dapat gua belanja kuih raya.

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What is good?

One very important element of producing is to surround yourself with good people and hopefully give them an opportunity to grow. Definition of good can be subjective.

So then, a producer's definition of 'good' will determine what sort of producer you are.

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Medium

At the end of the day. Storytelling started when a bunch of cavemen huddled around the fire communicating stories.

The difference now is that we have the technology to perform the same thing in different mediums be it acrylic on canvas, printing on paper, projection on the screen, or sound wave that comes out of a set of speakers.

Just remember that at the core, we are still telling a story. Everything else should enhance the experience of relaying/receiving the story.

So the next question would be, what makes good story telling. Which style suits better for which medium?

Something to ponder.

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