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Wild about Sun Valley Film Festival

Sun Valley Film Festival features Bob Poole, wildlife photographer with Nat Geo Wild
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Wild about Sun Valley Film Festival by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson During a preview of the Sun Valley Film Festival at JUMP (www.jumpboise.org) in Boise on December 1, Filipe DeAndre, host of the new Nat Geo series Untamed, shared his passion for wildlife photography and filmmaking with the audience via a remote feed. He was one of the discoveries of National ...

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Sun Valley Film Festival announces winners of High Scribe and other competitions

Sun Valley Film Festival gives grants to filmmakers and a chance to be in the directors chair
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Sun Valley Film Festival announces winners of High Scribe and other competitions by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson The Sixth Annual Sun Valley Film Festival, presented by Zions Bank, will run March 15-19, 2017, and will feature a curated slate of more than 60 cutting-edge films and TV premieres, engaging Talks with top industry insiders,, fabulous parties and panels, a Screenwriters Lab ...

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When the Stars Align: Sun Valley Film Festival

Director Teddy Grennan opens SVFF to huge crowd in Ketchum
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When the Stars Align: Sun Valley Film Festival by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson A three hour drive from Boise, Sun Valley is the home of a world-class ski resort and an up and coming film festival which promotes local talent and hosts internationally known stars of the screen such as Clint Eastwood, Bruce Dern, and Jodie Foster. Now in its sixth ...

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Shining a Spot Light on Sun Valley Film Festival’s Laura Mehlhaff

Sun Valley Film Festival Director of Programming Laura Mehlhaff, left, with filmmaker Karen Day
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Boise native Laura Mehlhaff—Director of Programming of the Sun Valley Film Festival (SVFF)—has worked in film in Los Angeles, New York City, Baltimore, and Albuquerque, but is enthusiastic about growing the film industry in Idaho. While working on a feature film in Los Angeles, she was invited to lunch by Heather Rae—a former Idaho-based producer—and was introduced to Teddy Grennan. ...

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Director Shoots Car Chase Film with JVC GY-LS300 Camcorder

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WAYNE, NJ – In the motion picture industry, previsualization helps filmmakers provide proof of concept by shooting quick, unpolished versions of complex scenes. Director and action DP Lawrence Ribeiro has directed and shot more than 100 sequences for various films and commercials. When directing his own short film, The Chase, Ribeiro wanted a slick finished product, so he shot with the GY-LS300 4KCAM handheld ...

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SIGMA ANNOUNCES NEW CINE LENSES

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands — September 7, 2016 – The SIGMA CORPORATION is pleased to announce that it will enter into the cinema lens market with the release of its SIGMA CINE LENSES, designed specifically for cinematography. In the world of digital film production, there is an increasing demand for higher resolution, and SIGMA’s new lineup of high-performance lenses is compatible with the latest, high-resolution ...

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Beholder Gimbal for DSLRs Guide – DS1 Compatibility Chart

DS1 gimbal
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HOUSTON, Texas, (June 15, 2016) — Ikan has made it easier to use its highly successful product, the Beholder Gimbal for DSLRs (DS1), a 3-axis handheld camera stabilizer designed specifically for DSLR and mirrorless cameras to capture smooth, stable footage. Since there are a multitude of cameras and lenses available that make up so many combinations, it can be difficult ...

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