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June 2006

Cool video edit….

I recently completed an edit for a music video for the artist Rockie Lynne. It is a really cool video and one I am quite proud of. There was extensive use of video projection that gives the piece a nice feel. The video project was cut on Final Cut Pro after a day of shooting ...

This guy needs money…

You see a lot of strange things / people / beggars on the side of the road living in the big city. This one was seen in Nashville on Friday.... Can't quite make it out? Click on the image for a better look. I sure hope he gets his money...

A really cooool flash animation

There are / have been / always will be lots and lots of flash animations all over the web. But very few have been as cool and as fun as this one! I won't take time to describe it just go and give it a look. I saw the link on digg.com.

Yep, Pixar does it again.

Of course I saw Cars over the weekend... it's a Pixar movie. And it's about cars. Sure I personally would have loved a few more sports car characters, and at least a small nod to the Indy car series, and maybe a killer POV driving shot that lasted a while ... or even a motorcycle ...

Al's new movie

There is an interesting article over at studiodaily.com on Al Gore's new documentary An Inconvenient Truth. Everyone calls it Al's movie but in truth it was directed by Davis Guggenheim. And no doc is complete without mention of the "2nd director," actually the editor, Dan Swietlik. Editors are so vital to a documentary's final form ...

Fair use and copyright – a boring but important issue.

In case there's someone out there who doesn't read DV magazine, there is a great article in the latest issue about copyright infringement and fair use. The article talks about a specific set of guidelines drawn up and issued by a number of media organizations. The final document was issued by the Center For Social ...