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Objevíme novu základnu v Ardénách, ubráníme hlavní linii a dobudeme pláž Omaha. ____________________Více v Popisku___________________ Spolupráce: Studio Age WhiterMovies GameWorkCZ Fullscreen Hráli: Kirad Sauronek1996 Tomcaik Dave Použité Mody: Flans 1.7.10 Custom NPCs 1.7.10
David O Russell and Alexander Payne discuss the release of the American Hustle vinyl! Award-winning director-screenwriters Alexander Payne and David O. Russell talk movies before a live audience of 1,138 at the Holland Performing Arts Center. The discussion between friends raised $327,000 for Film Streams, Omaha’s nonprofit art house movie theater, on November 10, 2014.
2016 Film UIL Digital Animation Entry Both the beach and cabin landscapes were created by hand using Unreal Engine 4. Models used in the landscapes were also custom-made. Explosions, cinematography, and first person interaction were scripted using blueprints and C++. A time lapse along with a remasterd version will be uploaded in the near future. Category: Digital Animation
It’s widely hailed as the most realistic representation of war ever put on screen, and one of the most challenging battle scenes in an epic war film. This week, on Art of the Scene, in honor of the 71st anniversary of D-Day, we’re looking at the storming of Omaha Beach from Saving Private Ryan. SUBSCRIBE: http://goo.gl/9AGRm Steven Spielberg’s take on this historic battle aimed to do honor to those who fought, and the result is a realistic - and very human - perspective on the chaos of war. But getting the scene put to film was an enormous challenge for everyone involved. From intense military training for the cast, to intensive attention to detail from the costume and art departments, re-creating this seminal historical moment was a mission for hundreds of filmmaking pros. We’ll take y...
"The Photographer" was produced by the Omaha Public Schools Career Center Digital Video Production program. Created by Diamond Graham, Julian Hock-Beaty, Shakira Hudson, Virgen Palma-Blanco, Romyn Petersen, and Naomi Turner. Edited by Julian Hock-Beaty. The genre prompt was "Thriller" and a set prop of Steve Buscemi had to be placed in the film.