October 2016

Viewing films and how cinema works in your head

In less than a 100 milliseconds our brain tells us what we’re seeing. How we see and how the necessary nerve impulses are analysed and processed, surpasses the dimensions of any cinemascope film and is more exciting than any Netflix series ever could be. This article shows, how we can see with our tongues and explains why octopuses make bad film directors. [...]

Video Production: Why Your Client Needs to Make Only One Decision

There are only three ways in which a video or film project can be conceptualised: A film can be created in the form of a „filmic register“, it can be „made into film“ or „fictionalised“. The end result differs greatly in each of these processes. That is why for the client - the decision of which of these three forms applies to the film project they commission - should stand in the forefront. [...]

Making films means making decisions

Making films isn’t always easy. Especially considering that during creation and production of every film and video, there’s a constant stream of new questions that need to be answered. To mark Videothink Blog’s one-year anniversary, we wanted to find out how many questions there really are. And we weren’t half surprised by the results of our study. [...]