Review: Adobe Production Premium CS4

Submitted by Robert Alstead on Mon, 05/25/2009 - 01:42

There's been big changes in video since Adobe announced the release, two years ago, of Creative Suite 3 (CS3). Even in the months since Adobe released its moving-image editing suite Production Premium CS4, things have moved along apace in videoland. High resolution video has become ubiquitous across the web, from Old Media newspaper web sites to bedroom vloggers.

A very strange tale

Submitted by Matthew Arnoldi on Tue, 03/10/2009 - 15:27

David Fincher’s latest is a memorable and beautifully told story about a man who goes through life in a reverse way to everybody else. Benjamin Button (Brad Pitt) is born as a baby looking old. We are shown the delinquent father (Jason Flemying) at the beginning, carrying a baby with the precise aim of leaving him in someone else’s doorway, wanting to abandon his child and leave him for someone else to bring up.

Cannes Film Festival

Submitted by Robert Alstead on Sun, 03/01/2009 - 21:38

The Festival International du Film in Cannes first made its appearance in 1946 and since then has has grown into possibly the most prestigious international film festival in the world.

Teen struggles to accept autistic bro in enjoyable drama

Submitted by Robert Alstead on Tue, 02/24/2009 - 22:43

The Black Balloon is a mid-teen, coming-of-age drama. Thomas (Rhys Wakefield) is desperate to fit in and meet girls at his new school in Sydney, but he suffers embarrassment about his autistic brother Charlie who he wishes was just like normal kids. A budding romance with attractive and spirited Jackie (Gemma Ward), who is on his swimming class, helps Thomas learn about acceptance and worth.

London Film Festival

Submitted by Robert Alstead on Wed, 02/18/2009 - 21:57

The UK's leading film festival. Always draws in the big stars as well as offering a variety of interesting cinema related events and talks around the festival.

Last year there were 515 screenings and 553 filmmakers in attendance, drawing the highest ever audience attendance of over 130,000 filmgoers.