iMovie for iOS and iMovie for macOS are designed to work together. You can start cutting a project on your iPhone, then use AirDrop or iCloud Drive to wirelessly transfer it to your iPad. You can also send a project from your iPhone or iPad to your Mac for finishing touches like color correction and animated maps. And you can even open iMovie projects in Final Cut Pro to take advantage of professional editing tools. Time to take a bow.
Engage your students through video storytelling. Students can use green-screen effects to go back in time for history projects, or create split-screen and picture-in-picture effects to report on current events. Drag-and-drop trailers make it even simpler to create beautiful, personal projects that look and sound great. And iMovie for iOS works with ClassKit, so teachers can assign projects to students, and students can hand in their finished assignments right from the app.
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Once your project has downloaded:1. Click on the \"down arrow\" icon in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen next to the URL to access your saved files. 2. Select \"Downloads\" to access the video you just downloaded. 3. Tap on the most recent file to open it4. Select the share icon in the lower left5. Tap \"Save video\" in the native share action menu.
Click \"Export\" and adjust the export settings to your liking. Wait for Kapwing to process your video into a downloadable video file. Then, click \"Download\" to save the file to your Downloads folder. All Kapwing projects have a name that starts with \"final_,\" so you can search for this on your computer if you have trouble finding your file later.
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The Wachowskis pitched the script to Warner Bros. who were initially skeptical of its philosophical musings and tricky SFX for the time. They then decided to bring on board underground comic book artists Steve Skroce and Geof Darrow to storyboard the entire film, shot-by-shot. Warners were impressed and the rest, as they say, is history.
The origins of this spec screenplay are just as creepy as the film. As Reddick recounts, he was given the idea by a real-life story of a woman whose life was saved by her mom who warned her not to take a flight that wound up crashing. Reddick then wrote the script as an X-Files spec but was advised by a friend to reshape it into a feature.
This script was born purely out of budgetary restrictions as writers Whannell and Wan deliberately wanted to write a horror film as cheaply as possible. One that they could finance themselves. Inspired by low-budget movies such as Pi and The Blair Witch Project, they decided on the concept of two actors, one room, and one dead body. Easily one of the best screenplays to read for horror writers.
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The titular Drew has been sharing scripts with curious readers and writers for almost two decades now, and has a vast library from which to choose from. A great benefit of Script-O-Rama is that it holds several drafts of certain movies, an invaluable resource for those who want to see how a Hollywood film evolves in the writing process.
Los Angeles based Director of Photography, Vance Burberry recently shot this camera test using the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro. Shot as a dance promo for director, Cristina Piemonte, this project was all about difficult lighting conditions.
Diver and underwater photographer, Hal Wells of Hollywood Divers has travelled the globe capturing images of sea creatures. Hal has literally trained thousands of people on how to dive, and he takes divers to some of the most amazing dive sites on the planet. Hal talks about one of his dive trips on a sunken U-Boat, surrounded by Tiger Sharks in North Carolina. An experienced dive master for TV commercials, music videos and films, Hal talks about his Blackmagic Pocket Camera and his shooting setup.
When Louis Reed (Mark Ruffalo) says that he 'gets' a student's T-shirt during a lecture, the shirt has a picture of Nicolas Cage, but the name John Travolta under it. This is a reference to the John Woo film Face/Off (1997) in which the two actors played each other's characters. Cage and Ruffalo also had collaborated on Woo's Windtalkers (2002).
In one of the fight scenes, Adam is asked \"has anyone ever told you talk too much\" This is the same line project X is asked in X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009), featuring Ryan Reynolds. It's also the same line asked in Deadpool (2016), starring Ryan Reynolds.
Four of the main cast members have appeared in Marvel adaptations. Mark Ruffalo has appeared in multiple MCU projects as Dr. Bruce Banner (as Hulk in The Avengers (2012) and its sequels), Zoe Saldana has appeared in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017), and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023) as well as Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and Avengers: Endgame (2019) as Gamora. Jennifer Garner appeared in Daredevil (2003) and Elektra (2005), while Ryan Reynolds appeared as Hannibal King in Blade: Trinity (2004) and Wade Wilson/Deadpool in Deadpool (2016), Deadpool 2 (2018), and X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009).
Maya's last name, \"Sorian\", is a homophone for the term \"saurian\", meaning lizard-like or reptilian. This could speak to her character's cold ruthless nature and the danger she presents. It can also refer to dinosaurs, which could be a connection to the sweep of geologic time, and/or tie the movie to classic action-adventure sci-fi films such as Jurassic Park (1993).
To accompany the film, a screening guide has been created to include background information on Chris Herren, the filmmaker, Jonathan Hock, and information about substance use disorder and the opioid epidemic. Discussion starters and dialogue prompts are highlighted to include aligned themes for parents, communities, and colleges. The screening guide also provides resources for those seeking additional information or help for substance use disorder.
To accompany the film, a screening guide has been created to include background information on Chris Herren, the filmmaker, Jonathan Hock, and information about substance use disorder and the opioid epidemic. Discussion starters and dialogue prompts are highlighted to include aligned themes for the workplace. The screening guide also provides resources for those seeking additional information or help for substance use disorder.
To accompany the film, a screening guide has been created to include background information on Chris Herren, the filmmaker, Jonathan Hock, and information about substance use disorder and the opioid epidemic. Discussion starters and dialogue prompts are highlighted to include aligned themes for recovery centers and individuals diagnosed with addiction.
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