whether made for Adam and Eve or Snow White, its a favorite fruit for filmmakers. Easy to hold and throw, it comes in a variety of colors and not always red.
is a curious looking artifact. Small, handheld, and ambiguous with tactile feedback. It’s bright red color contrasts the dark, Gothic background. All it is capable of is all it was required from it.
is part of American novel pop culture since the 1930’s. A combination of banality and absurdity, its distinctive look instantly invokes emotion from whoever stares into the cat’s gaze. We kick off our inventory of studio props with the Kit Cat Clock.
is a technique where the camera betrays an object or talent by leaving it behind with nothing prominent to replace them.
also known as pull focus, is a camera technique manually adjusting and manipulating your audience’s attention. There are usually two objects of attention, near and far. By using drawing a sharply focused point from one target or distance to another, the film provides a not so subtle direction where the audience should pay attention to.