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How Dare You Represent Your People That Way: The Oral History of Better Luck Tomorrow
"Almost two decades ago, Justin Lin had the same aspirations when he, along with Ernesto Foronda and Julie Asato, completed a script for a movie titled Better Luck Tomorrow. It was a story about a bunch of Asian-American high-school kids searching for their own identity. The straight and narrow path of earning good grades and getting into an Ivy League School is juxtaposed against a descent into a life of drugs and petty crimes, before ultimately escalating to murder."
"With his financing deadline approaching, Lin, who met MC Hammer at a trade show three years earlier and had exchanged numbers after a conversation over their shared interest in digital cameras, decided to give him a call. The next day, the money was wired to Lin. "
filmmaking  history  interview  from:gq 
3 days ago by mechazoidal
5 best lenses for shooting video with a Canon DSLR camera (with video examples) | Stark Insider
In the End the Storytelling Matters Most!

I admit it. I get caught up too in the hoopla. Panasonic GH4! Blackmagic! Digital Bolex! Wow! Wow! Wow!

Search YouTube and you’ll find endless comparos for cameras and lenses. Cats. Flowers. Buildings. How great it is to test new gear, or, better still, watch someone else test new gear? Gonzo!
video  filmmaking  cameras 
7 days ago by foliovision
Scratching the Surface — 86. Anab Jain
"Anab Jain is a designer, futurist, filmmaker and educator. As Co-founder and Director of Superflux, she hopes to realise the vision of the Studio as a new kind of design practice, responsive to the challenges and opportunities of the twenty-first century. She also teaches at the University Applied Arts in Vienna and gave a TED Talk last year on design’s role in imagining new futures. In this episode, Anab and I talk about Superflux’s blend of client and speculative work, her background in filmmaking, and pushing up against disciplinary boundaries."
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11 days ago by robertogreco

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