Ex-movie theater projectionist Steve Guttenberg covers high-end audio news and reviews.
If you want to see what's playing on all the major online services, Fayve offers an excellent way to browse movies and TV shows with an intuitive interface.
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The "Glass Creative Collective" encourages film students to experiment with wearable cinematography starting this fall.
Pair this cool Kickstarter project with your favorite iPhone camera mount and you'll be capturing Spielberg-quality dolly shots in no time.
Skit has secured the assets of "The Lego Movie," so that kids can make their own skits and adults can too. Oh, the possibilities.
With the Winston Show, kids can converse directly with an animated character and thanks to speech recognition, instantly see a "movie" that incorporates the conversation.
In this episode of CNET Australia's Pocket Filmmaker, Jason Van Genderen demonstrates how to make stop-motion animated movies with your smartphone using free apps like Vine or more-sophisticated apps like Miniature Pro and Stop Motion Studio.
In this episode of CNET Australia's Pocket Filmmaker, Jason Van Genderen suggests you ditch your smartphone and make movies with tiny professional, toy, or spy cameras. All of them bring new perspectives to the homemade movie.
Why not set your smartphone on a skateboard or lazy Susan for a new point of view? Those are just a few of the unique tips offered up by filmmaker Jason Van Genderen in this episode of CNET Australia's Pocket Filmmaker.
As the proliferation of devices like the iPhone and iPad continue, so does the proliferation of accessories to enhance their functionality. Makayama Media is one accessory maker that aims to take on Hollywood, providing a mount for the iPad 2 that adds professional studio equipment capabilities to any portable filmmaker.
You've got a pocketful of megapixels and a phone with a punchy processor, now put your Android to use making a movie with these top tips.