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What Happened to 3D, the Wunderkind Who Would Thrill Travel Adventurers

It wasn’t so long ago that 3D was the technological rage of the new century. Techies said it would re-vitalize the film industry...3D would sell big screen-television sets by the shipload...and even pop your popcorn. Maybe not. This writer, I admit, was an exuberant member of that early 3D cheer-leading gang, filling several columns in this space rooting for the new/old kid on the block.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Blogs November 23, 2012

Digital Revolution Will Change Way We Tell Stories—Director Barry Levinson

Writes famed Director Barry Levinson: “This digital revolution will change the way we tell stories. It will challenge the convention of today and it will redefine the distribution of film for tomorrow. There will be many who will lament what was, and there will be many more who never knew what was."   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Blogs November 03, 2012

Cameras Catch These Speeding Wingsuiters Whizzing Down Mountains Over...

Cameras are big in the sport of wingsuit flying. You know: The art of keeping alive while flinging yourself off a mountaintop at speeds over 100 m.p.h, aiming for a nice landing in a target valley far below.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Features October 08, 2012

Is a Drone Chopper Whirling Your Filmic Way?

You’re shooting a travel-adventure film while boating upriver in Borneo on your way to a former headhunters village. You have only one camera, which is on your boat. But wouldn’t it be great if you had another one catching aerial footage of you and the colorful riverside activity?   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Features October 02, 2012

A Big Hello from Travel Adventure Documentary (TAD)

Travel Adventure Documentary has now arrived on the Internet carrying news about its special niche in Entertainment: Travel Adventure Film, its filmmakers and exhibitors, trends, equipment and so on.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Blogs September 15, 2012
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