Review: The Imitation Game

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By Mark Hodge (doddleNEWS) Before seeing The Imitation Game, I knew roughly who Alan Turing was. I knew he was the man who built on of the earliest computers, and cracked the German's Enigma code during World War 2. Just to be clear, the movie is about much more than that – it is about a war … [Read more...]

Ridley Scott Will Not Direct Blade Runner 2

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By Mark Hodge (doddleNEWS) In a surprising development, Ridley Scott will NOT direct Blade Runner 2, the follow-up to his sci-fi classic – but will produce the project instead. Variety confirmed the news following an interview with the British director, who was promoting his biblical epic … [Read more...]

Guillermo del Toro’s Justice League Dark Script Is Finished

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Guillermo del Toro is one of those directors who seems to be able to do no wrong. If you've ever had a chance to listen to him talk about his projects, you realize that here is a man who is incredibly passionate about the projects he works on. Where most directors … [Read more...]

Red Giant’s Shooter Suite Review Part 7: Offload 1.0

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By Jeremiah Hall (doddleNEWS) Last month Red Giant software updated Shooter Suite and added a new program: Offload. Let's take a look. A few months ago, I reviewed each app that makes up Red Giant Software's Shooter Suite individually (click here for part 1). Then, at the beginning of October … [Read more...]

Forget 4K, Quantel Is Working In 8K 60p

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By James DeRuvo (doddleNEWS) With the RED EPIC DRAGON and the ARRI ALEXA 65, filmmakers can now live in the world beyond 4K, while viewers are barely in that world themselves. It's crazy. Especially since companies like NHK are now developing 8K cameras and even broadcasting in limited markets of … [Read more...]

Streaming Movie Review: Ida

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By Kimberly Gadette (doddleNEWS) As Poland's official submission for the Academy Awards' Best Foreign Language Film (currently considered the frontrunner), Ida should be required viewing for all budding filmmakers. Rather than relying on any preceding work that had been driven by the written … [Read more...]

Top 5 Thanksgiving TV Specials

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By Brock Cooper (doddleNEWS) It’s that time of year again when the leaves begin to change, and many around the world are grateful for the blessings in their lives. I’ve always thought Thanksgiving was the ultimate feel-good holiday, surpassing even Christmas cheer. There are no presents to … [Read more...]

A Geek’s Reaction: Jurassic World Trailer

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Yesterday we were teased with a teaser announcing that the first time the public would see the first official Jurassic World trailer would be on Thursday, during Thanksgiving football on NBC at 9 pm EST/6 pm PST. For whatever reason, Universal decided to nix … [Read more...]

Black Friday Offers Good Deals For Filmmakers

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Software sales top the list By James DeRuvo (doddleNEWS) With Black Friday right around the corner, you may be interested in several websites featuring filmmaking tools are offering great deals for shopping's biggest day. Most of the deals are wrapped around software and assets that can be … [Read more...]

Universal Picks Up Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs Biopic, Michael Fassbender Set To Star

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Well, that was fast. Only a few days after Sony Pictures dropped the Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs biopic, another studio has rode in to pick the project up. It has been confirmed what was rumored when Sony put the project in turnaround: Universal was eyeing the … [Read more...]

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