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Tools of the Trade: Studio Lights Give Your Film a “Cinematic Look” on a Budget

When they say “lights, camera, action!” there’s a reason why the lights come first. The art of using studio lights to define a scene is critical to filmmaking, but it is also what holds a lot of…

Cosplayers Have Mastered These 4 Skills That Digital Filmmakers Crave

It’s cosplay convention time, and fully costumed characters are everywhere. Wolverine strides down the bus aisle with blades bristling. Ichigo Kurasaki turns the city block corner, his enormous sword swaying behind his back. At the grocery checkout, Sailor Moon…

5-Day Art Boot Camp Challenge

The lure of warmer summer temperatures and trips to sparkling bodies of water have started to become irresistible, and it’s easy to lose focus on your current creative projects. More time spent outdoors often results in significantly…

BEAU Students Present Previsualization Project for Upcoming Film

Students at Broadview Entertainment Arts University (BEAU) were given a unique opportunity this quarter to learn what it’s like to create and present a previsualization to a couple of new filmmakers in the area. BEAU students Ryan Law,…

Rando Schmook’s Big Adventure: Week One – Location Scouting

BEAU will be starting a new series on Rando Schmook’s adventures in St. George, Utah.  Many of you may know he is on the set of a new Hollywood movie and will be sending us updates on all the…

Artists Can Provide a New Metaphor for Business

May 22, 2012
By Mitch Hare

We are in a new chapter of the information age and that should be  good news for creative content producers…