Probell Films is known for their indie films, especially in the (B) Horror genre.
Although Maureen “Mo” Whelan and crew are already working on their next project, actress Michelle Tomlinson was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Her petition for help can be found at http://www.gofundme.com/2vnpug.
Scream Queens Victoria De Mare, Michelle Tomlinson, and Reyna Young aka Miss Misery have joined the cast of the Probell Films feature length psychological horror thriller The Divine Order. Victoria De Mare was dubbed by the media as “Hollywood’s Hottest Scream Queen,” Michelle Tomlinson has been listed on several “Top Ten Hot B Movie Actresses” lists, and Reyna Young aka Miss Misery has been labeled by the media as “The Queen of Horror in the Bay Area.” All three Scream Queens along with producer Maureen “Mo” Whelan have been featured on Screamqueen.com.
If you’re looking for some of DE’s theme-based plugins all in one package, you’ve got it. Phenomena is only $99. All editors can get these useful effects in one suite.
Digieffects® (www.digieffects.com), a developer of plug-ins for Apple Final Cut Pro & Motion, Adobe Premiere Pro & After Effects, today announced the availability of Phenomena, a suite of nature effects for video editors. Included are the following effects:
According to Robert Sharp, president of Digieffects, “We’ve found a real need for more affordable, theme-based plug-in packages. In the past, if you wanted nature effects from Digieffects, you had to spend $299 and buy Delirium which has over 40 effects representing 5 different themes. We’ve pulled out just the nature effects and significantly reduced the price in response to many customer requests.”
The nature effects in Phenomena also include dozens of presets to help jumpstart a user’s creativity. They are also AutoAnimate-enabled which means that the effects will automatically animate and look great without setting keyframes.
Phenomena is available immediately for $99 as a digital download from Digieffects and its authorized resellers and distributors.
MAXON, leading developer of professional 3D modeling, painting, animation and rendering solutions, today revealed the first step in its strategic alliance with Adobe Systems Incorporated, aimed at delivering a new level of integration between its powerful 3D application, CINEMA 4D, and Adobe® After Effects®. The recently revealed next release of Adobe’s industry leading software will include two MAXON technologies directly within the new Adobe After Effects: CINEWARE and CINEMA 4D Lite. [Editors’ Note: See related Adobe sneak peeks: adobe.com/go/nab_reveal]
Are you going to NAB? If so, you’re definitely a video professional. If you’re a video pro, then you definitely know about AJA’s solutions including the KONA family.
AJA Video Systems, a leading manufacturer of professional video interface and conversion solutions, today announced that their Io, T-TAP, and KONA family of products will support the next version of Adobe® video editing software – including Adobe Premiere® Pro and Adobe SpeedGrade™ – for Mac and Windows customers. New device driver and application plug-in software will be available from AJA as a free download shortly after the software’s release.
Are you curious about NUKE, but currently using another compositor such as After Effects, Shake or Fusion?
NUKE gives you more time to be creative with your VFX work, as well as greater power and speed. Take the plunge with NUKE and you’ll soon be joining the ranks of visual effects professionals wondering how they ever managed without it!
You know this will be good. NEXT WEEK – keep your eyes peeled for the latest from Red Giant: BulletProof.
If you’re going to be at NAB, join me at their special briefing
Red Giant will unveil BulletProof, a new software application for on set footage handling, at NAB 2013 next week in Las Vegas, NV. Designed for filmmakers, videographers and data wranglers, BulletProof bridges the gap between camera and editor. Full details will be revealed at the show.
Longest Running Off-Broadway Creator Embarks on Retrospective
Eduardo Darino Exhibit to Feature Decades of Technical Advancements Made in Film/Animation
New York City – While others might be focused on taking a well-deserved rest after a 50-year career that includes more than 300 feature and animated films, television episodes, thousands of animation special effects works and a long list of video and animation technical advances; Eduardo (Ed) Darino is concentrating on producing two more epic projects this year.
I’ve recently been introduced to this new company called Aquafadas. Their software is refreshingly clean and simple to use. The well designed interface of their tools should allow any user to get a quick opinion of whether it’s right for them. Their Digital Publishing System is available for trial use. If you’re in Bologna, you can meet them at the Children’s Book Fair.
Aquafadas Shows Off Its Digital Publishing Skills at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair