Green Screening Used in Film Making

Green screening refers to superimposing any selected image on the background of the subject. This process is accomplished through digital means.

Fritz Lang – Conquering the Movie Industry

Fritz Lang (1890-1976) represents one of the more controversial Austrian-German-American directors, screenwriters and producers. He was a master at using melodramatic elements of conflict and ambiguity in his works and was considered to have one of the great German expressionist minds of his time.

Hollywood Film Genres

How is a Hollywood film genre created, and who creates it? The answer is really quite uncomplicated. There are two creators of film genre; the audience and the studio. While popular forms of genre entertainment had already existed in fiction and theater, it was the film industry that brought this type of entertainment to its peak.

Netflix Vs Blockbuster – The New DVD Viewing Experience

Read on for the state of the art in movie rentals if you are still visiting Blockbuster or Redbox to rent movies. Blockbuster and Hollywood Video did a pretty good job for many years, serving up video rentals.

Celebrities on Twitter

Twitter is one of the best micro blogging website. There are millions of users of twitter who are sharing information and their thoughts to other users. Based on the information and thoughts shared by the user, the popularity of users is defined.

‘Silence of the Lambs’ – One of the Best Movies With Anthony Hopkins

This is the film that people universally associate with Sir Anthony Hopkins, as Hannibal-the-Cannibal, Dr Lecter. Released in 1991, Hopkins achieved his first ever Oscar for Best Actor, at the age of 54. The movie itself scooped up Oscar awards in all five categories and attained worldwide box office success, propelling Anthony Hopkins to legendary status and the ultimate fulfillment of his boyhood dream to be a Hollywood star.

5 For 7 – Movie Roundup

Starring Matt Damon, Green Zone tells an intriguing tale of a U.S. army captain in post-Saddam Iraq, who begins to question his mission after coming up empty handed on one WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction) search after another. Defying orders, the army captain (Matt Damon) searches for the truth among political slime (Greg Kinnear), robust CIA operatives (Brendan Gleason), overeager reporters (Amy Ryan), frightened locals, and towering terrorists.

3D TVs For Home

After HD, 3D TV will invite itself on as the next new buzz in TV entertainment. Manufacturers are already advertising multiple ads for the arrival of 3D TVs at various technology shows around the world. Their goal: a full launch of 3D TV in Europe during 2010.

Movies and Story Telling at Its Best

The movie industry in the USA has delivered a forum for story-telling that is unparalleled in human history. The general public can draw from this delivery system to spend a few hours in total fantasy, or to have cultures presented and viewpoints acted out to inform and entertain.

Man Versus Food – A Different Approach to Dining

It used to be that cooking shows ruled the roost when it came to talking about television and food. After all, there have been a number of moguls who made entire careers out of teaching America to cook from their studio kitchens, from Julia to Martha and beyond. But today, food is very much the realm of those who aren’t so much teaching you how to prepare it as much as challenging you to a contest to see who can eat the most of it, often in the fattiest and most cholesterol-packed way possible.

The Girl in the Progressive Insurance Commercial

The promotional stunt “Progressive insurance girl” was developed as an advertising gimmick from insurance giant Progressive. No doubt the advertising ploy has been very successful indeed, as there are many people now talking about this advertising character.

The Coming 3D TV Revolution

Think HDTV is it? TV manufacturers and cable companies are hoping that we’re ready for 3D in our homes. But will consumers be excited enough to wear 3D glasses in our living rooms.