This blog is a place for all contributors of Nisimazine to continue to write, photograph, make video and discuss cinema together after the workshops. An extension of the magazine, this is a free space to keep sharing new insights and experiences through reviews, essays, quotes, interviews and festival reports. You can join any conversation by posting comments. So…, let’s go !
By Joanna Gallardo (France), 15 March 2010 | Mas y Mas |Translations: [en]
According to your experience, how does the hierarchy function on set?
Hierarchy doesn’t exist if the task of each crew member is well-defined. If everybody knows what he/she (…)
By Barnabás Tóth (Hungary), 15 March 2010 | Mas y Mas |Translations: [en]
But being alone (or very few) has many adventages: first of all: financial - you have to pay only one salary. Second: organisation: no lates, no busy schedules, no transport fees and no catering obligations. (…)
By Moa Geistrand (Sweden), Anna Weitz (Sweden), 15 March 2010 | Mas y Mas |Translations: [en]
Our collective method differs from project to project. Sometimes only two or three of us work together, sometimes, as with Hit Music – Rhythm of the Revolutionary, nearly all of us participate, and sometimes one or two of us (…)
By Atso Pärnänen (Finland), 15 March 2010 | Mas y Mas |Translations: [en]
In Europe, if you are lucky, there’s a coffee machine on the hallway of the broadcasting corp. and a producer who found a couple coins still left in his pocket, or even better, on the floor! On this hallway the crew member will find a safe haven between productions. In Europe "less is more". Less money, less time, less (…)
By Jude Lister (UK), 10 March 2010 | Cartoon Movie |Translations: [en]
By Jude Lister (UK), 8 March 2010 | Cartoon Movie |Translations: [en]