... is an award winning Brooklyn-based filmmaker and writer whose first celluloid love was “Godzilla.” Since age 9, he’s been chasing monsters and men, camera in hand. His chief inspirations are classic German Expressionist cinema, the free-wheeling creativity of Terry Gilliam, and the fog-shrouded forests of his New Hampshire birthplace. Through his films, Peter strives to unlock the experience of "ecstatic cinema" -- a viewing experience that challenges, delights, and sweeps up the audience in equal measures. His work has appeared in American Cinematographer, Red Shark News, various broadcast networks, and various festivals around the world.
The Sony PMW-PZ1 is an intriguing compact deck for the company's XAVC memory camcorder ecosystem. Correctly marketed as “4K playback for everyone,” the deck is a convenient and flexible alternative to an expensive high-powered laptop to review and backup your digital footage.
2015's Sight, Sound and Story conference at the Manhattan Edit Workshop provided some real nuggets of wisdom that can be applied to every edit room.
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- Saturday 22 Jul 2017 - (11137) Steadicam: The device that changed filmmaking forever
- Thursday 20 Jul 2017 - (9126) Samsung launches HDR LED cinema screen
- Thursday 20 Jul 2017 - (8350) Why the Moon landing was not a hoax filmed in slow motion
- Tuesday 25 Jul 2017 - (542) Nikon celebrates 100th birthday by announcing the Nikon D850
- Tuesday 25 Jul 2017 - (2711) Canon’s CN-E 18-80mm: a lot of lens for the money
- Monday 24 Jul 2017 - (959) Filmmakers love retro lenses... how about retro cameras?
- Monday 24 Jul 2017 - (1790) Sony FS5 update adds ability to change minimum ISO and more
- Monday 24 Jul 2017 - (1933) Are we at the tipping point where flash memory is the new normal?