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New Zealand represents excellent value for Australian TV commercial production

Share Tweet +1 ShareShares 0At the moment there are an increasing number of commercial television productions obtaining a significant financial advantage going off-shore. Primarily this is being driven by the strong Australian dollar, but also by the relatively low cost … Continue reading

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Why television post production can take hours finding the right effect

Share Tweet +1 ShareShares 0Television production is complex, highly technical and therefore expensive, but often it is not the complexity or the technology that takes all of the time and money. Sometimes all the hours required is simply so the … Continue reading

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35 mm film versus digital video – a professional comparison

Share Tweet +1 ShareShares 0While the film industry continues to embace digital video for feature film production due to a whole range of benefits including the rapidly improving quality and ease when using visual / special effects, advertising production still … Continue reading

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What cost creativity?

Share Tweet +1 ShareShares 0An agency managing director was bemoaning the demise of the media commission system, because under this system there were no discussions about FTEs, overhead and profit multiples, retainer resource levels, or the like. Simply, the agency … Continue reading

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“Film is dead”

Share Tweet +1 ShareShares 0So says Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, the writers and directors for Crank. Check out the comments on high definition digital video using the Red One camera by some of the world’s leading film directors here … Continue reading

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