Charles Haine is currently a professor at the Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema.
Since completing his MFA at USC in 2005, Haine has balanced work as a director and an educator. He founded the Academy Award nominated production company Dirty Robber in 2008.
He directed the Feature Film Angels Perch starring Joyce Van Patten and released in 2013. Among Haine's other directing highlights are: a music video for Fitz and the Tantrums "Don't Gotta Work It Out," which featured on Pop Up Video); fashion advertisements for Fais Do Do and Emory K Holiday; and countless book trailers for Simon & Schuster, Penguin, Quirk and many others—including the trailer for Chuck Klosterman’s novel The Visible Man.
Answered this week on the podcast! Out thursday.
Covered this this week on the podcast! Look out for it
Ah, which is why I (in a 60hz country) never thought about it as the "default," while folks in a 50hz country did! Great reminder of the different issues in every country.
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Can you name which camera defaulted to a 172° shutter? None is coming to mind, though I'm sure one is out there. 180° was the default on most film cinema cameras I worked with, though of course those Panaflex bodies gave you 220° if you needed it.
You went 172° or 90° or even 45° if you wanted less motion blur.
I just came here to bring the link and you already listened! awesome! We loved discussing the question and I hope more answers reveal themselves soon and that George gets more casting opportunities.