Civil Rights Icon Earns Much Deserved Attention 60 Years Later

[ad_1] Dolores Huerta’s first major success as a community activist came when she partnered with César E. Chávez in the 1950s to form the National Farm Workers Association. Sixty years later, she is still a vocal feminist fighting against economic injustice. While the history books detail the work of Chávez, Huerta is not well known,

Rememory Editors Benefit from Integrated Post-Production Workflow

[ad_1] Editor Tyler Nelson has worked on many blockbuster films, including The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Social Network, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and Gone Girl. For Gone Girl, he helped develop a comprehensive post-production pipeline featuring Adobe Premiere Pro, so when Mark Palansky selected him to edit the film Rememory, working

Shining a spotlight on women who dream big

[ad_1] While many people know that Facebook was conceived by Mark Zuckerberg in a dorm room at Harvard and Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard started their iconic company in a garage in Palo Alto, the stories of female entrepreneurs are not nearly as well known. With women starting 1,200 businesses a day, Erin Bagwell set

Creating for Creatives

[ad_1] Roberto Blake grew up continuously creative and curious. At 13, his grandmother bought his family their first real computer and he fell in love with the idea that anything was accessible. That idea has stayed with him throughout his life and career. Today, he’s a prolific YouTube creator who gives advice to other creators

Filmmaker Mike Pecci Builds His Own 4K Video Production System

[ad_1]  Mike Pecci loves telling stories, whether on film, in photographs, on the page, or just over beers at a bar: “Storytelling is what makes me feel alive.” With over 15 years of filmmaking and photography, he remains fascinated by character development and obsessed with capturing the essence of a small moments – which shows