Kimberley has been running Hollywood Shorts for 18 years. Hollywood Shorts is a festival series that has given many young film makers a chance to have their works viewed and supported. But not only does she run this festival series but she has screened and supported programming for nearly every major festival in America.
Next week, we sit down with David Stump, A.S.C., and discuss such topics as the iconic train sequence in Stand By Me, Rambo III's "muscle lighting," Beetlejuice, and Army of Darkness. Plus, we talk about Quantum of Solace and forgetting to steal things, Star Trek: First Contact and Patrick Stuart's eyeball work, and we visit post-apocalyptic Kansas, go for a ride in a certain time-traveling Delorean once more, and Louis loves on David's book, Digital Cinematography: Fundamentals, Tools, Techniques, and Workflows.
David Stump has worn many filmmaking hats over last thirty-plus years. He's been a producer, a director, a cinematographer, an author, a visual effects supervisor, an effects cameraman - and he has an Academy Award for Scientific & Technical Achievement. He's worked on some of the most memorable films from the last three decades, and is generous enough to share his knowledge with world through his excellent book and articles on filmmaking.
If you've ever wondered what it takes to make a film worthy of some of the world's best film festivals, then you won't want to miss our upcoming interview with film consultant and co-founder of the Los Angeles Film Festival (L.A.F.F.), Thomas Ethan Harris, who, in his career in festival programming and working with emerging filmmakers, has watched and reviewed over 35,000 short films and 17,000 features. As a result, his insights into what works - and what doesn't - are invaluable for anyone curious about filmmaking or wanting to learn more about succeeding in the thrilling and highly-competitive world of film festivals.
As a film consultant, Harris works closely with film artists and producers from all over the United States and the international film community, advising them on every aspect of film financing, production, screenwriting, direction, visualization and, of course, the festival circuit. He even had a hand in one of the most successful independent films of all time, "The Blair Witch Project." Need we say more? Check back Tuesday, September 2nd to hear Cinematic Immunity's interview with film festival aficionado, Thomas Ethan Harris.