Posts made in January, 2018

Psychology Color In Film By StudioBinder

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Best Movies For 2018 – Cineflex

If you weren’t already chomping at the bit for this years movies, it’s time to get there! There are plenty of blockbusters that we’re definitely looking forward to (looking at you Black Panther) but here are 3 more that we’re Learn more

Oscar Nominees

It’s Oscar Season, and the nominees have been selected! Who do you have your bet on? Stay tuned to find out and congratulations to all of them for making movie magic! FMA Courses: Filmmaking Course The FMA Filmmaking one-year Diploma Learn more

Open Auditions For FMA Cebu Thesis Films

Our thesis students are kicking off their term with an open casting call for talents in Cebu! To be held on 27th January (Saturday) on FMA’s campus, it’s your chance to flex your performing chops and experience what being on Learn more

Short Film: Cautionary Tales By Us

A man struggles to find his place in the world after a childhood incident left him disfigured. Can he find solace with a group of other outcasts? Be sure to stick around for the ending credits of this offbeat short Learn more

Flyin’ Bamboo By Nitai Hershkovits

The very talented animator Felix Colgrave presents a charming, insect- and plant-filled music video for this jazzy and soothing piano track by Nitai Hershkovits and featuring MNDSGN. Kudos to artist Trugglet for the sweet painted backgrounds too.   Learn more

Animating Movement By Richard Williams

The Royal Ocean Film Society spends some time looking at the works of Richard Williams, one of the last of his breed of hand animators – a man known for his fluid and dynamic style, and ability to create worlds Learn more

Elvis & Dimmi By pixels

Elvis and Dimmi are not your typical adventurers. Or maybe they are, depending on how you play video games. Ivan Dixon and pixel art master Paul Robertson present this gaming-inspired short film about two jerks and their goblin lackey. Learn more

Erikka Innes’ 5 Most Important Films in the History of CGI

Ever wonder what films were key in the history of CGI? There are a lot of them. So many, in fact, that anytime someone posts a list, each item is hotly debated. This list will be no exception. Without further Learn more

The Shape Of Water 2018

BTS: The Shape of Water (2017) • Dir: Guillermo del Toro • DP: Dan Laustsen • Cam:Arri Alexa XT & Mini • Lens: Zeiss Master Primes   Learn more