Category: Filmspiration

Here’s another inspiring visual session conceived by the master of fantasy – or the mad scientist of cinema, however you like to call Terry Gilliam.

Welcome to our second installment of the new Filmspiration series. This time Iulia David – our new performing arts & film guest writer – reviews Sherlock Holmes, the latest movie directed by Guy Ritchie. Enjoy and share your opinions in the comments.

We start our filmspiration series with something very special: the official Behind the Scenes feature of the most anticipated movie of the last few years. Saying that Avatar is groundbreaking is completely irrelevant. What we really need to do is to watch this 25 minutes making of and get insights directly from the director, the […]

Creativity is an enigmatic aspect of human experience; it is often difficult to identify what it is that drives this impulse and the elements that inspire an artist’s work. Written from the perspective of a practicing painter and writer, this post brings together ten areas that are sources for artistic inspiration.

Today we take a look deeper into the hidden art of digital retouching where skies can always be blue and imperfections simply disappear. Whether you like it or hate it, think it’s necessary or not, retouching is here to stay.

The new video from Benoit Pioulard is absolutely stunning. Directed by Church & Steak, a film collective founded by Josh Lowman and Rinee Shah.

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