Articles about Hugo

The Future Is Here
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Movies & TV shows about science, technology, and the creation of stuff.
Source: rookiemag.com
Added by on 11/8/12
THE MOVIES AREN'T DYING (THEY'RE NOT EVEN SICK)
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The death of cinema has been greatly exaggerated, says @NewYorker
Added by on 9/29/12
Immersed in Movies: The VFX Tipping Point?
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Hugo, Snow White And The Huntsman
With Digital Domain Media sinking like the Titanic, but Searchlight Capital Partners coming to the rescue and buying its Oscar-winning VFX division ("Titanic" and "Benjamin Button") for $15 million -- what does that suggest about the overall state of the VFX industry? An analysis.
Added by on 9/11/12
12 Generic Movie Titles That Started Off As Something Better
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As the film "Lawless" prepares to go into theaters under this generic new name, it's worth remembering that it's far from the first movie to get saddled with a title way, way less interesting than the one it started out with.
Added by on 8/30/12
How You Make the Thing Go Boom
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Category: Video
Tagged: Apollo 13, Titanic, Hugo
Video: Watch visual effects supervisor Rob Legato's TED talk on "the art of creating awe" (posted at @slashfilm)
Added by on 8/21/12
How a Looong Steadicam Shot Was Constructed in Hugo
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Category: Production
Tagged: Hugo
Long Steadicam shots have become a staple of Hollywood movies over the past decade or so. Pulling it off involves complexities way beyond the seemingly simple task of walking through a room. In this behind-the-scenes clip from last year's Hugo, you can see the coordination and movie tricks that go into a great Steadicam shot such as moving walls, precise queues, and an agile boom operator.
Source: gizmodo.com
Added by on 6/5/12
"The Great Gatsby" Remake Does Not Need a Third Dimension
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The @Guardian has the nerve to suggest that the answers to Hollywood's woes may actually be better films, not more 3-D ones
Added by on 5/25/12
Never Let Go: How 90s Nostalgia Took Over Theaters
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The nineties ended thirteen years ago. And for the first time, in 2012 a pop-culture-nostalgia-industry-friendly understanding of the late 90s seems to have come into place – due in no small part to a cinematic bombardment of certain re-releases and sequels. A look at what's really happening.
Added by on 4/10/12
Martin Scorsese Q&A
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Martin Scorsese, Hugo
Martin Scorcese chats to @details about "old New York," and confirms he's A-OK with the drinking game named after him
Source: www.details.com
Added by on 4/9/12
10 Best Uses of 3D in Movie History, From Hitchcock to 'Hugo'
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A selection of films that use the controversial technology for more than just higher ticket prices
Added by on 4/4/12
12 Generic Movie Titles That Started Off As Something Better
Interesting
As the film "Lawless" prepares to go into theaters under this generic new name, it's worth remembering that it's far from the first movie to get saddled with a title way, way less interesting than the one it started out with.
Added by on 8/30/12
How a Looong Steadicam Shot Was Constructed in Hugo
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Category: Production
Tagged: Hugo
Long Steadicam shots have become a staple of Hollywood movies over the past decade or so. Pulling it off involves complexities way beyond the seemingly simple task of walking through a room. In this behind-the-scenes clip from last year's Hugo, you can see the coordination and movie tricks that go into a great Steadicam shot such as moving walls, precise queues, and an agile boom operator.
Source: gizmodo.com
Added by on 6/5/12
Martin Scorsese Q&A
Interesting
Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Martin Scorsese, Hugo
Martin Scorcese chats to @details about "old New York," and confirms he's A-OK with the drinking game named after him
Source: www.details.com
Added by on 4/9/12
The Future Is Here
Interesting
Movies & TV shows about science, technology, and the creation of stuff.
Source: rookiemag.com
Added by on 11/8/12
THE MOVIES AREN'T DYING (THEY'RE NOT EVEN SICK)
Interesting
The death of cinema has been greatly exaggerated, says @NewYorker
Added by on 9/29/12
Immersed in Movies: The VFX Tipping Point?
Interesting
Category: Analysis
Tagged: Hugo, Snow White And The Huntsman
With Digital Domain Media sinking like the Titanic, but Searchlight Capital Partners coming to the rescue and buying its Oscar-winning VFX division ("Titanic" and "Benjamin Button") for $15 million -- what does that suggest about the overall state of the VFX industry? An analysis.
Added by on 9/11/12
"The Great Gatsby" Remake Does Not Need a Third Dimension
Interesting
The @Guardian has the nerve to suggest that the answers to Hollywood's woes may actually be better films, not more 3-D ones
Added by on 5/25/12
Never Let Go: How 90s Nostalgia Took Over Theaters
Interesting
The nineties ended thirteen years ago. And for the first time, in 2012 a pop-culture-nostalgia-industry-friendly understanding of the late 90s seems to have come into place – due in no small part to a cinematic bombardment of certain re-releases and sequels. A look at what's really happening.
Added by on 4/10/12
10 Best Uses of 3D in Movie History, From Hitchcock to 'Hugo'
Interesting
A selection of films that use the controversial technology for more than just higher ticket prices
Added by on 4/4/12
How You Make the Thing Go Boom
Interesting
Category: Video
Tagged: Apollo 13, Titanic, Hugo
Video: Watch visual effects supervisor Rob Legato's TED talk on "the art of creating awe" (posted at @slashfilm)
Added by on 8/21/12