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"Making Movies with Orson Welles" was written by cinematographer Gary Graver and focuses on his experiences working with Orson Welles the last 15 years of his life. During this period Welles struggled, and Graver was there intimately with him for all of it. The way Graver met Welles was unorthodox, and shows just how predestined they were to work together. Orson Welles made the gem "F for Fake", and tried to complete the film "Other Side of the Wind" with Graver. There is a lot of insight in these pages about what it was like to know and work with the director who created the iconic classic "Citizen Kane". I recommend this book to film lovers and Orson Welles fans alike. It was a fascinating book, and I enjoyed it very much."Making Movies with Orson Welles" was written by cinematographer Gary Graver... more
No one can deny Adobe Macromedia's Flash ability to do graphics and animation from scratch but for final editing of movie and sound nothing beat Apple Final Cut Pro.
Let me tell you, Adobe Macromedia should have a teat a teat with Apple FCP engineers.
I was sucked in mathematics and blind editing on flash to do a sound editing until I just had enough of it and switched over to FCP. So I can say: "God save the King!" FCP.No one can deny Adobe Macromedia's Flash ability to do graphics and animation... more