Sony Pictures has released the first trailer for FURY a gritty, take-no-prisoners WWII tank action movie that was filmed right here on our doorstep at Pinewood Studios! Here's the trailer:
Movies and Film
After we saw this brilliant Nicholas Cage Matrix from The Shiznit, we knew we had to make something similar for the accomplished actor Sean Bean. The Nic Cage matrix shows all of his films plotted on a graph according to how brilliant (questionable) they were, and how serious or mental they were. That concept works for Nic, but we’re pretty sure Sean Bean hasn’t been in many bad films or T.V series, so instead we chose to measure the other thing he’s famous for; dying.
Ever wondered how some of the most iconic scenes in film were really filmed? We have, and when we came across this collection of photos it was only too good to share. Some of the most memorable moments in film are depicted here, some with visual effects that still are not even managed as effectively to this day. Take a look at these shots to see how camera trickery was used to deceive you!
Mon Jan 14, 2013 4:32 pmHi,
Wanted to send out a quick update on camera shipments. The production lines have been up and running with sensors coming in. We have been sending out regular shipments of EF model cameras each week to all of our offices around the world, and each week we are getting cameras out at a faster rate. We are still not at full volume shipping though, because sensors are not quite getting to us at a pace that I could say was full volume. But each day I am seeing the volume get better from the sensor company. I am happy with the quality of the sensors.
For the MFT model, we want to get through some more of the EF orders before I give a date on when we will start getting the MFT orders out. They are ready to go, but we need to get through most of the early EF pre-orders first.
I have been blown away seeing all the footage coming from people with their cameras around the world. It's been very exciting to watch the camera doing such fantastic creative work!
Video Recording Equipment and Format: Two technological reasons for the Blair Witch Project’s Success
If you are a horror movie fan then you will have undoubtedly heard of the Blair Witch Project. Released in 1999, the Blair Witch Project is an American-made psychological horror film which was written by, directed by and edited by Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez. Upon release the film received mixed reviews from film critics around the globe however overall it has staked its claim as one of the masterpieces in modern horror film making.
Given the super-low budget that the makers of the film had, it is amazing to think that the Blair Witch Project made it on to the big screen at all. Today it is not uncommon to see movies created for tens of millions of pounds, yet the Blair Witch Project made do with just $500,000 - $750,000. As you can imagine, everybody involved in the making of the film received quite the healthy return on investment, however not even the makers thought it would be as successful as it really was.
With children planning what costumes to buy for trick-or-treating and parents stocking up on sweets for ‘little monsters’ to come knocking on their door, we take a look at 3 amazing films you should check out this Halloween.
Halloween is a holiday period commonly celebrated across the world on October 31st. Originally part of pagan harvest festivals, in modern times it has become a much celebrated holiday within the UK and includes activities such as trick-or-treating, costume parties and bonfires. Of course, the film industry has also inspired a whole range of new Halloween attractions around the world fuelling anticipation for the date, and today we will be taking a look at three of the very best chilling horror scenes from some of the greatest ever horror movies.
If you are counting down the days to Halloween and are planning a night in, then, be sure to hit up the following Halloween movies of which are sure to send a chill down your spine: