Category Archive: film

Irish Film & TV Research Online | Trinity College Dublin

Irish Film & TV Research Online is a website designed to bring together the wide diversity of research material relating to Irish-made cinema and television as well as to Irish-themed audio-visual representations produced… Continue reading

Did someone build the Moon?

click on the image for a better view…    Hope you’re all well! I always been fascinated by the moon. If you perform just minor research of the moon, you’ll find many verified… Continue reading

He’s ok, we just can’t find him… | Missing 411 | David Paulides | redux

Commentary: For quite some time now, strange disappearances have been occurring within the National Parks of these United States and throughout the world. People, including small children, are becoming lost or are being… Continue reading

Three Point Lighting

Below is a short, introductory tutorial for the documentarian / filmmaker / photographer on three point lighting. Lighting a subject, is often an after thought by many inexperienced media makers but it is… Continue reading

Cruising through Dover, MA. on a Triumph Bonneville T120 – Part I

I had the pleasure of riding a Triumph Bonneville T120 for the past year. There’s nothing like the freedom it exudes. Sadly it’s gone but the memories remain. Maybe you’ll get a kick… Continue reading

Female Film Festival: Monday March 19th – Toronto

Originally posted on FEEDBACK Female Film Festival:
The FEEDBACK Monthly Film Festival is back for 2018.. Our home is The Carlton Cinemas, located in the heart of downtown Toronto at 20 Carlton Street. The event…

In the Shadow of Suribachi: Sammy’s Story | Produced and Directed by Joe Conforti

Joe was a classmate of mine at Emerson. Checkout his new documentary if you’re in the Boston area. In the Shadow of Suribachi: Sammy’s Story story synopsis by Joseph A. Conforti Samuel Bernstein… Continue reading

Driving along Duxbury’s coast, Duxbury MA.

Here are a couple of clips of the drive along the scenic Duxbury coast.  

Free Online Photography Course

Learn from celebrated anthropomorphic photographer and Getty Images artist Tim Flach & others in this free online course from Norwich University of the Arts and Creative Skillset Free Online Photography Course Join photographer… Continue reading

Lie Back and Think of England

Originally posted on The Video Whisperer:
? The campaign to create a life-size statue commemorating the 300th anniversary of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown’s 300th birthday is now officially live!  Capability Brown Statue Crowd Funding Page…