filmmaking

A Life of Extremes - The Life and Times of a Polar Filmmaker: In Search of the Sami

Dr. Jessie Voigts's picture

Max Quinn is one of the world's most experienced polar filmmakers. His career, which spans 50 years, has taken him to the ends of the earth, from his native New Zealand to Alaska, and Antarctica to the Arctic.

His new book, A Life of Extremes is a personal account of his work, featuring vibrant text and stunning images that illustrate 20 years of adventures in polar climates.

Filmmaker Ken Feinberg’s Creative Studios of Atlanta Present Santa’s Boot Camp

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There’s a rift between Santa and his Elves: half of his toy production team are on strike just a few days before Christmas, and the holiday gifts are in jeopardy. Noticing the troubling behavior of a six adolescents in line to see a mall Santa in Atlanta, the real Saint Nick uses his magic to summon them to his toy factory in order to help save Christmas. After failing to engineer an escape, the kids ultimately realize the importance of doing good for each other, and launch a plan to bring Santa and his Elves back together just in time.

How to Improve Your Filmmaking

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There are many ways to share your life experiences - you could post a picture on Instagram of a market in Thailand, or write a blog post about your favorite restaurants in Rome. Really, any form of communication can be used to share whatever you are passionate about.