If you are looking to do some 3D animation in your movie production then you should check out the Cinema 4D software from Maxon. Nick gives a great tutorial HERE where he shows you how quickly and easily you can make fantastic looking images using Cinema 4D.
Taking this to the next level you can start to create animations and produce your own animated introduction movie which can be shown on your own home cinema system. Imagine how cool this will look to anyone who comes into your cinema!
I’m interested to see if this software is being used in any current movie productions so let me know if y0u come across any.
Another nice article I came across HERE talks about a costume designer who worked with some of the biggest names in the industry back in the earlier part of the century. It once again shows the beauty of having an artifact from movie history that you can adorn your home cinema system walls with. It especially works well if you can place it near or next to the movie poster of the film of its fame.
This will produce a wonderful talking point and make you feel like you are really experiencing the movie world.
The bonnet in this article was worn in the movie Pride and Prejudice by Ann Rutherford and so you can imagine the power of having this type of item in your home cinema memorabilia.
Let me know about any artifacts you have come across from movie history and send a picture of it in your own home cinema system; I’d love to see it.