The 70s TV series "Kung Fu" was a breeding ground for future big name stars, apart from the star of the show David Carridine.
Harrison Ford and Jodie Foster amongst others all started out guest starring in it.
The Zenmuse X3 at higher frame rates especially 120fps are heavily compressed and pretty poor for serious film work. It is a pity there is no 60fps or 120fps on the X5 or X5R.
"Enter the Dragon"and "Mortal Combat" are the same movie, so is the 70s "West World" and "Jurassic Park". Hollywood is just rehashing same old stories with different characters.
"Have you anything positive to say about anything?"
I can concur with that. Unfortunately some film school graduates do believe they are the next Stephen Spielberg until all of a sudden reality sets in and no one watch their stuff. It is either you got it or you don't. That piece of paper you get on graduation day don't mean shit if you produce shit.
The past few years with the rise of dSLR videos gave rise to another group of filmmakers, and I use that term loosely, you know them "gear head bloggers". Geeks who blogs about cameras, they have their worth in finding information but these bloggers build up a personality cult companies uses them to advertise their gears and whenever they shoot any crappy samples they are hailed by the great unwashed as respectable filmmakers. Yet if you look at their portfolios it is either low budget shite that no one even heard of or limited to a few abysmal shorts that looks like a kickstarter disaster.
Art vs Business. To treat it like a business you still have to be good so it is difficult to separate art. However it is still possible depending on the client such as the public sector and the filmmaker has an exclusive contract to shoot cheesy corporate talking head videos with no artistic merit that nobody watches.