Monthly Archives: February 2017

Movie Vine Interview

An interview with Meagan Meehan, who is a published author, poet, cartoonist, and playwright at She pens columns for Great South Bay Magazine, Examiner and AXS. She's also a stop-motion animator and an award-winning abstract artist. Read the interview here:
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The Dialogue of “The Raven”

Set against medieval mid-14th century England, a Elizabethan quality resonates in the language of the villagers. Unlike Shakespeare's plays, however, which strongly relies on monologue for its execution (also why Shakespeare adaptations to film tend to do very poorly), "The Raven" utilizes medieval English colloquialism in more everyday types of situations which lends more to its cinematic quality. Much…
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Picture Lock

Nothing Like The Sun has received its picture lock and the color-grading is underway. The film's final runtime clocks in at 108 minutes. We've chosen to go with a low-contrast color scheme to complement the higher-contrasting lighting scheme. We filmed with old Zeiss Superspeed lenses which were made back in the 1970s. Like many lenses…
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