Art Department

Look back in History: Film and Fashion

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A Look back in the history of Film and Fashion  The film and fashion industry are known to be finely sewn together; the film industry sits alongside fashion houses, which dictate our styles and wardrobe choices. In the 1920s -1930s Hollywood’s popularity grew, meaning screen actors became role models in society. The public’s attention was […]

Interviews with Industry

Max Downey, Film editor

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Max Downey has an impressive portfolio of commercials, short films and documentaries under his belt from his successful freelance work as a Film Editor. Lift-Off looked to him to find out his day-to-day routine, hurdles he has faced and his top tips for young editors. So Max, what attracted you to editing? When I was […]

Camera Department

Daniel Landin, Cinematographer of Under the Skin

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Lift-Off caught up with Cinematographer Daniel Landin, to discuss his advice to film makers, how he got where he is today  and what he prefers to shoot on. Daniel Landin has worked on a variety of feature films , music videos and short commercials. He is well respected within the industry, with his impeccable taste […]

Interviews with Industry

Peter Rolls from Wimbledon Sound

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Lift-Off caught up with Peter Rolls from Wimbledon Sound to discuss his job, how he got where he is today and his advice to upcoming post production sound technicians. Wimbledon Sound studio provides sound editing, audio production and post production services for clients around the world for TV, radio, film, online, games and events. They create […]

Film Industry Tips

Bill Nichols’ 6 Modes of Documentary

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Documentary is a wonderful way of showing people an aspect of reality and actuality. Often used to inform and to share knowledge with their audience, documentaries do not appear to have any boundaries therefore as humans continue to discover, create and explore it is clear that documentary filmmaking will continue to evolve. There are many […]