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Interviews


RED BTS: Corridor Digital

Posted 10 months Ago

Corridor Digital Behind the Scenes

Corridor Digital made a name for themselves creating cinema-quality fan films on YouTube. Their first viral hit, Frozen Crossing, was shot on RED ONE. A year later, the company acquired a SCARLET-X and continued their impressive run of short films. Routinely racking up millions of views, Corridor currently has 2.3 million subscribers to their YouTube channel and has developed into a full-fledged production company.

RED went Behind The Scenes with Corridor Digital on a pirate ship where they were filming their latest fan film set in the world of Assassin’s Creed. AC4: The Devil’s Spear was shot on an EPIC and a SCARLET. Their work takes cues from video games, music videos and action films to speak in the language of the web while bringing a theatrical vision to their work.

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RED BTS: Stage 5 TV

Posted 11 months Ago

Stage 5 TV Behind the Scenes

Stage 5 TV — the video channel of Red 5 Studios, makers of the MMORPG Firefall — recently undertook the ambitious effort to create a cinematic live-action trailer for Firefall in full theatrical glory. The result is something greater than the sum of its parts. Full of eye-popping effects and tense dramatic scenes, the four-and-a-half minute trailer either brings video games into real life or puts viewers directly into a video game — whichever way you want to look at it.

RED was behind the scenes with their crew at Laurel Canyon Stages where they shot the trailer in practical sets and on green screen. Red 5 Studios CEO and Chief Creative Officer Mark Kern and Stage 5 TV director Noah Eichen spoke about the history of Stage 5 and their use of RED cameras to capture everything they shoot — action sports, fashion, talk shows, cinematic trailers.

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We recently sat down with Kenny Stoff, the Director of Photography on the Sundance and SXSW selection Sound City, to speak with him about the experience. The movie is the directorial debut of Dave Grohl and tells the story of the legendary Van Nuys studio and the bands that recorded there. Kenny and his partner Jessica Young shot the movie and were flies on the wall during Grohl’s incredible conversations with Neil Young, Rick Springfield, Mick Fleetwood, Stevie Nicks, Tom Petty and many others.

Kenny spoke with us about how the EPIC was a great camera for the job — able to switch between documentary interview and music performance seamlessly — and how the secret to shooting was prep, prep, prep.

Sound City was a hit at Sundance earlier this year and was accepted to SXSW. It screens three times in the next week at the Austin, Texas festival. Tonight, March 8, it shows at Alamo Village at 9:30pm. It also screens next Wednesday, March 13, at the Paramount Theatre at 7:15pm and next Friday, March 15, in Rollins Theatre at The Long Center at 1:30pm.

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Pro Video Coalition - NAB 2012

Posted over 2 years Ago

From sensor upgrades to 6K post-production, Rich Harrington of Pro Video Coalition leaves no stone unturned during his conversation with Ted Schilowitz at NAB 2012.

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Giovanni Ribisi - NAB 2012

Posted over 2 years Ago

Giovanni Ribisi makes a special appearance at RED’s NAB booth to talk about his RED cameras, the upcoming RED Dragon sensor, and his role in Luke Scott’s 3D short film, “Loom”.

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Greg St. Johns - An Epic Transition

Posted over 2 years Ago

As DP Greg St. Johns reflects on shooting season 7 of the hit CBS show Criminal Minds, it’s clear that his recent transition to RED technology has had a significant impact on production. After moving to the RED EPIC from the Sony F35, St. Johns was more than pleased with the results.

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Director, producer and screenwriter, Peter Jackson, known for the Lord of the Rings trilogy, King Kong and The Hobbit speaks about the RED camera’s image quality and being a RED “fan.”

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