Entrevistas de actualidad cinematográfica. En Voz en off entrevistamos a directores, guionistas, técnicos, productores de cine y a jóvenes realizadores.
Alberto Gago's insight:
#Littlesecretfilm es un modelo de producción cinematográfica basado en 10 normas que limitan las condiciones de rodaje y distribución, animando a todos los realizadores/as del mundo a sumarse a un ejercicio de riesgo cinematográfico extremo.
Ver cine hasta reventar para levantar la industria. El paraíso cinéfilo ya está aquí, se llama MoviePass y tiene aspecto de tarifa plana. 30 dólares al mes (22 euros al cambio) por ir al cine todos los días.
In memory of Tim Samaras, Paul Samaras, Carl Young •
"So here it is… a short compilation of clips shot across 10 days in the US this May. To get these shots I drove over 3,500 miles criss crossing the states of Oklahoma, Texas, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and South Dakota. It was a trip that started and ended with some tragic events and left me quite unsure of my own emotions and thoughts with regard to storm chasing, something that has been a very big part of my career, business and life for nearly 15 years.
(...) My shooting kit included my PMW-F5 with R5 raw recorder, a selection of DSLR lenses (Canon mount), a Miller Solo tripod, media, batteries, chargers, and a whole bunch of storm chasing electronics and computers. When your packing in a hurry like this a check list can be a life saver. Forgetting something as simple as a cable when you won’t have time to find a replacement can ruin a shoot. 24 hours later, me and my 75Kg of gear were in Oklahoma City."
The web user is the most watched consumer ever. For tracking purposes, every large site drops literally dozens of cookies in the visitor's browser. In the most comprehensive investigation on the matter, The Wall Street Journal found that each of the 50 largest websites in the United Sates, weighing 40% of the US page views, installed an average of 64 files on a user device. (See the WSJ's What They Know series and a Monday Note about tracking issues.) As for server logs, they record every page sent to the user and they tell with great accuracy which parts of a page collect most of the reader's attention.
But when it comes to measuring a digital viewer's commercial value, sites rely on old-fashioned panels, that is limited user population samples. Why?