Dailies [Blog]

Sundance Film Festival 2015 January 26 2015, 0 Comments

The Sundance Film Festival is going on right now and this year it seems there's more activity on the sales front than last - along with what also seems like a better program of films. Read more ➠

Filming The NFL January 07 2015, 0 Comments

Two film DPs got the opportunity to cover the NFL Wildcard game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Detroit Lions last weekend... What they captured rivals anything you might see in an NFL Films production. Read more ➠

Top 5 New Filmmaking Tools of 2014 December 30 2014, 0 Comments

Yep, it's that time of year to reflect on what happened in our lives over the past 12 months - which means of course making a list - and in the filmmaking world that list is full of what cool new tech made an impact on us and our work. Read more ➠

Squib FX December 18 2014, 0 Comments

Today there are lots of ways to do this, some are pretty good and so are not so good. Read more ➠

Green Screen Animals December 08 2014, 0 Comments

Animal Wranglers (and their animals) can be very expensive... and then sometimes you need more than a traditional stock shot of an animal in its natural habitat... you need them in a background or environment to match an edited scene in your project. Read more ➠

100 Most Iconic Shots in Movies... December 02 2014, 0 Comments

At least according to CineFlix on Youtube they are.

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Red Giant's New Media Management Software - Offload November 24 2014, 0 Comments

Media management is one of the biggest issues facing content creators today... not only archival, but also on set during production. Not every job can afford to hire a DIT to manage, backup and log the footage.

Enter 'Offload' from Red Giant and Stu Maschwitz. A new simple, yet powerful app for getting your shots off your camera and onto your computer. And it's affordable too at only $49. 

We really think this is a great idea and have actually been wanting an affordable solution like this for a while.


Mainly for the checksum verification, but also for the logging. Traditional DIT software like Silverstack is great, but expensive. Offload is squarely aimed at indie creators and/or smaller productions - however, we wouldn't be surprised if DITs (media mangers/wranglers) use this too on smaller jobs.

Read more details on the software here, from Stu himself.