Category : Cinematic Perspective

20 Jul 2013

The Shoot Out 24 Hour Filmmaking Festival Boulder Retires in 2012

The Shoot Out Boulder retired after 9 fast filmmaking years with their last event in 2012. The festival was started before YouTube went viral and when VHS tape entries got screened! What a ride! In that short time, we have cheered past winners going to the Oscars, Cannes, Sundance and watched 17 & under high schoolers graduate from film schools. Thank you for making us a part of your lives! We invite interested filmmakers and participants to venture to The Shoot Out Cheyenne for that annual autumn […]

05 Sep 2012

5 Video Apps for Your Android Phone

Owning a smartphone means you happen to have a camera on you at all times. But how do you take your mobile videos from ho hum to oh wow? Fear not, there are apps for that! If you’ve got an Android phone, read on for our Android video app recommendations. (Psst, if you’re of the iPhone persuasion check out Vimeo’s lesson on iPhone apps). Lapse It (Free or $1.99 for Pro) Lapse It is one of the more popular Android apps for […]

11 Jan 2012

New Boulder History Museum film exhibit highlights CO films past and present, including Boulder’s filmmaking Festival

The Shoot Out 24 Hour Filmmaking Festival Boulder will also be represented as part of the display along with some other filmmaking items provided by Michael Conti (see camera above) for the exhibit. Thank you Boulder History Museum! The Boulder History Museum’s new film exhibit opening Friday, January 13th, 2012 celebrates over a hundred years of filmmaking in Colorado with film posters and footage dating back to 1898. A special sneak preview with drinks and appetizers will take place Thursday, January […]