Media Blasters is a distributor, mostly of anime-type stuff, here in fabulous New York City.
Rutger Hauer has a YouTube channel that has fun little interviews and lessons and such on filmmaking. Here's his DP, Christopher Gallo, on shooting with Canon DLSR's:
Go to part 2 to hear the DP say the smartest thing any DP will ever say "I'm a cameraman and I know that good sound is more important than good picture... audiences will put up with bad picture... but they won't put up with bad sound."
Right now we don't have an art director or costume designer for Earthkiller. It's not like we haven't done that before -- not had designers -- it's just a pain in the tuchus.
I've been looking at the costume design for this short movie Razorsharp. There are some very nice ideas. We're going to need to make some decisions about boots soon I think.
I went and hacked my GH1. Now I don't have to force a pull-down before editing with the footage. And presumably the compression is less than an unhacked-GH1. I better test the heck out of this before we shoot our next movie. Oh heck, you know I'll never do that. We still have a couple pickups to shoot on Day 2. We'll do our testing then! ;-)
Actually, today I did some long-ish shooting with the GH1. The Panasonics apparently don't have problems with their sensors overheating. So you can shoot with them for a long time.