CareerSkills & Techniques

Advanced Cinematography & Blocking Techniques Used in ‘Iron Man’

Follow TheCruu!by Setting Up Your Story Revealing a character You’re going to want to put some careful thought into how you’re going to introduce your audience to your main character, especially if they’re as epic a character as Tony Stark. In Iron Man, anticipation is heightened when the camera refuses to reveal …

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CreativeWeb

Donald Trump’s Youtube Page is Terrible …

Follow TheCruu!by ReelSEO Occasionally ReelSEO does a series of YouTube channel reviews. They take a  comprehensive look behind-the-scenes at a big brand, personality, or YouTube superstar to see what content is working for them, how regularly they are publishing it, and what they are doing to promote it. Today they’re …

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CreativeWeb

This Vincent Van Gogh movie is Amazing.

Follow TheCruu!by “Loving Vincent” took over 100 artists to complete every hand painted frame. … each frame is an oil painting … at TWELVE individual oil paintings per second, that’s 720 paintings in just ONE minute!

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MonetizeSkills & Techniques

5 Tips for Making a Killer Reel.

Follow TheCruu!by Story&Heart Check out this amazing Reel and story from Camp 4 Collective (above). Then see the 5 tips, below. Don’t just use your reel to show what you can do. Use it to show what you want to do. Treat your reel like its own project. A killer reel is more than …

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CreativePerformance

Projection Mapping Makes Classical Sculptures Come To Life

Follow TheCruu!by France’s Lyon Museum of Fine Arts asked artist Arnaud Pottier to bring sculptures, including Laurent Honore Marqueste’s Perseus Slaying Medusa, James Pradier’sOdalisque, and Barrias’ Les Premières Funérailles, to life. He used projection mapping to turn the classic statues into a seemingly live, animated display.  Blinking eyes, tears, twitching musculature and even …

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Gear & Tech

Every Frame A Painting

Follow TheCruu!by Every Frame a Painting is an online series of video essays about film. Filmmaker, Tony Zhou, creates a visual essay and releases them periodically on a particular topic, or philosophy of the filmmaking art. Tony is pretty candid about his reasons, goals and challenges in producing these essays. …

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