DITs Join the COVID Fight

May 12, 2020

Not all scientific research takes place in a lab. Nor are all the people running the tests and crunching the numbers microbiologists or infectious disease specialists. As the fight to […]

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Julie Donovan: The Logistics of Stitching

May 5, 2020

Question: What’s a person who freely admits she can’t sew doing in an organization that is furiously stitching masks to send to hospitals all over Georgia? Answer: Making a difference. […]

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A Generous Menu at Roots Café

April 28, 2020

The much-loved coffee, sandwiches and baked goods available at Brooklyn’s Roots Café now come with something extra: a generous serving of love, compassion and hope. When they took over the […]

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On the Road and Back: Scott Browner Lends a Hand

April 21, 2020

Under different circumstances, making the 20-mile trek up and down the 101 Freeway in Los Angeles several times a week wouldn’t have been the way that Scott Browner chose to […]

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Happy 50th Earth Day

April 21, 2020

50 years ago, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act, and OSHA did not exist. These vital agencies were created as a result of […]

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The Actors Fund: There to Help 600 Members

April 14, 2020

  In times of crisis, The Actors Fund goes into immediate action. A human services organization that services all branches of the entertainment industry, The Actors Fund provides emergency financial […]

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Spotlight: Claire Folger

April 7, 2020

Several years ago, a camera assistant friend of Claire Folger’s drew the comparison between a film camera and a rather different device. “A camera mechanism works basically the same as […]

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3D Agents of Shield

April 3, 2020

“I’ve always been a tinkerer,” describes L.A.-based camera operator Andrew Brinkhaus. “When the COVID-19 shut down hit, like many, I got online and started reading. One of the things that […]

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Safety Heroes

March 13, 2020

Experts agree on this point: when it comes to safety, the film and TV industry has been complacent for too long. In the 1980s, if filmmakers needed to capture the majesty […]

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Gallery Lighting Training in Los Angeles

March 11, 2020

Photos by Robb Rosenfeld

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Spotlight: Eric Dyson

March 2, 2020

In the motion picture and TV industry, professional connections are everything. So when an artist is looking to branch out, try on new professional hats or direct a passion project, […]

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2nd AC Training in Los Angeles

February 26, 2020

Photos by Frank Schaefer

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