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    “Remove Labels”

    Follow TheCruu!by A person’s appearance is usually the first thing we observe about then, but how would people react if you meet someone without actually being able to see them? Coca-Cola set out to see. 6 strangers were huddled together in a dark room and had interacted with zero visibility in total darkness … then […] More

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    Creativity. Inspiration.

    Follow TheCruu!by Creativity. We hear the word frequently enough that it’s a standard part of our language. Not only do we admire it when a person has it, but it’s a vital part to the digital film and video industries. You still might have one question in mind: what does it really mean? The Merriam-Webster’s […] More

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    AJA Drops Price of 4K CION Camera Significantly

    Follow TheCruu!by written by Michael Murie.  Originally published on Filmmaker Magazine. AJA has slashed the price of their 4K CION camera in half to $4995. It’s part of their “Summer of Savings” promotion, which they say will run through the end of the summer. Other price reductions announced: Ki Pro Quad (their 4K recorder) is now […] More

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    Editing Popular Movies So Only People of Color Speak

    Follow TheCruu!by Dylan Marron is an actor, writer, and director. Marron also has a Youtube page with a fairly new project where he’s cut and edited Hollywood movies to remove all lines spoken by Caucasians – and the resulting super short clips are pretty depressing. In the video posted above … Marron, cut the Hollywood Film “American Hustle” […] More

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    Scream The TV Series … Like Friday Night Lights w/ Murder

    Follow TheCruu!by Written by Scott Beggs (@scottmbeggs).  Originally published on FilmSchoolRejects.com Scream (the TV series) doesn’t feel like Scream (the movie). It has different characters, a different setting, and an attitude that’s more sleek than purposefully silly. Not to mention a different format, a different mask and the necessary cell phone plan upgrades that come with portraying […] More

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    If You Make Films/Video … 2015 is Your Year

    Follow TheCruu!by On 20 December 2013, the UN General Assembly 68th Session proclaimed 2015 as the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies (IYL 2015). This means that the UN has recognized the importance of raising global awareness about how light-based technologies promote sustainable development and provide solutions to global challenges in energy, education, agriculture and […] More

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    The Power of Storytelling – “Resonate” Event on July 22nd

    Follow TheCruu!by Resonate builds the capacity of groups focused on women’s skill building and education. Customized Storytelling for Leadership training is central to their work.  Harnessing the power of storytelling allows women and girls to leverage their knowledge and skills to create a better future for themselves, their families, and their communities. Resonate founder Ayla […] More

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    Blender’s New & Weird Open-Source 3D Film ‘Cosmos Laundromat’ (Trailer)

    Follow TheCruu!by The Blender Institute has unveiled the trailer for Cosmos Laundromat, an “absurdist love story” directed by Mathieu Auvray.  The trailer looks amazing, as for the plot/dialogue … we’re not sure what to think. Blender is a free, open-source 3D animation tool, and this is the Institute’s fifth open source animated project. The FREE-99 price […] More

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    Time Management for Creative Types

    Follow TheCruu!by by Katie Morton originally published on HuffingtonPost Time management sounds like such a dry topic, but it’s really about letting some things go so that you can do what you love. These two strategies won’t work for everyone, and it’s of critical importance to discern which strategy works best for you. Strategy 1: Creative Mayhem […] More

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