Cliff and Peter talk about what happens when you get client feedback that requires drastic changes and re-shoots. They also walk through their origin stories and how their journies led them to a career in video production and filmmaking.
We recently created a motion graphics piece that went rather smoothly. A lot of this had to do with the way the design was handled before ever getting to the animation stage. There are other things to consider as well, such as a script written with design in mind, and of
After a crazy week of filming, Cliff and Peter sit down to talk about all that went into the production – gear, locations, talent and more.
Cliff and Peter play a fun game of Coming Attraction Roulette – they put the titles of upcoming films into a bowl and pick them at random for an in-depth discussion. They discuss Black Mass, Bridge Of Spies, Hateful Eight and more.
Creative Strategist and pro wrestling megafan, Brandon Clarke joins Cliff and Peter to discuss video marketing and the various video platforms creators can use. They also discuss Spielberg’s Lincoln, The Birdcage, Hercules and Wet Hot American Summer.
Ducks Unlimited is the nation’s largest organization dedicated to wetland conservation. They have chapters in all 50 states, and do work across the country to preserve land for waterfowl. Ducks Unlimited North Carolina approached Amazing Studios about a video production that would work in conjunction with the campaign for their
Peter and Cliff sit down with Brian The Intern, a talented student from Bob Jones University who spent his summer working at Amazing Studios – and living in Peter’s basement.
Cliff and Peter talk about the cameras they’ve used throughout the years — from film and videotape all the way to the RED Epic — and how each one has played a part in their development as filmmakers and storytellers.
Cliff gives a quick review of Marvel’s Ant Man – what he liked, what worked and what didn’t. Then the guys dive into their Movie Confessions – guilty pleasures, movies they don’t “get” and classics that they’ve never seen.d
Cliff and Peter discuss some of their biggest influences in the world of cinema and storytelling — from Spielberg to Stephen King and Francis Ford Coppola — and how their work has been impacted by the styles and aesthetics of these masters of the craft.