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Getting Unsane: Steven Soderbergh Strikes Again with New Thriller

The Scope Weekly covers the director’s new film Unsane, and speaks with one of its stars, Joshua Leonard, about his experience. Read More

Adobe’s Project Rush Promises to Make Video History at VidCon 2018

Project Rush is Adobe first all-in-one, cross-device video editing app that promises to deliver an easier video sharing and creation process. Sneak preview June 23 at VidCon 2018. Read More

On Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s ‘Ghost Stories’: A Slice of UK Jewish Horror

The Scope Weekly covers the new British horror import ‘Ghost Stories’, speaking with its composer, Haim Frank Ilfman. Read More

A Quiet Place, Christopher Tellefsen, John Krasinski, Emily Blunt

Crafting a Silent Nightmare: The Artistry Behind ‘A Quiet Place’

The Scope Weekly provides an in-depth review of John Krasinski’s latest effort, with an exclusive interview with the editor, Academy Award nominee Christopher Tellefsen. Read More

Adobe Creative Cloud Update: Could be a Game Changer for the Video Creatives

Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) plans to further attract video creatives with its release of the Adobe Creative Cloud update made available today.  The company new features promise to deliver better color refining, an improved graphics and audio crafting creative process, VR tools, integration with Adobe Stock and an advanced artificial intelligence, all powered by Adobe Sensei. And since creative work Read More

Independent Film in the Smartphone Age: A Conversation with Chris Bergoch

Due to increases in accessibility and technology, filmmakers like Sean Baker prove moviemaking has become more expansive than ever before. Read More

An Overview of Mosaic: Is The Era of Film Over?

The rise of online media like Steven Soderbergh’s Mosaic, and what it means for the traditional film experience. Read More