The art behind the action.
When director Tim Miller envisioned the new Terminator: Dark Fate film, he knew Adobe video tools were up to the task. Check out interviews with his team to find out why.
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Adobe tools for Sundance stories.
Get creative insights and sneak peeks for the 2020 Sundance Film Festival and see why this year, more filmmakers than ever are using Adobe apps to tell their stories.
Bringing Wu-Tang history to the masses.
Mass Appeal turned to Premiere Pro to collaboratively edit the new SHOWTIME® docuseries Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men. See how they showcased this legendary group’s path from struggle to stardom.
The Michael Jordan of documentaries.
The team behind Unbanned: The Legend of AJ1, used Premiere Pro, After Effects and Photoshop to get the story of the iconic Air Jordans off the ground.
Right on target for The Old Man and the Gun.
Veteran editor Lisa Churgin switched to Premiere Pro to cut this film and post-production came off without a hitch.
Atlanta doesn’t miss a beat.
Go behind the scenes to see how the editors of Atlanta bring episodes of this hot series to life in one accelerated workflow.
Blade Runner 2049. After Effects 2017.
Check out how Territory Studio used After Effects, Photoshop and MAXON Cinema 4D to create a new world and the next generation of visual effects.
Only the Brave: Collaboration in action.
The editing team of this highly anticipated release relied on collaborative workflows and integration between Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects to do everything from adding effects to correcting colour and audio.
The minds behind David Fincher’s Mindhunter.
David Fincher’s new Netflix series is edited with an all-Adobe workflow, including Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects, bringing VFX and editorial under one roof.
Get deep into 6 Below.
Scott Waugh’s latest film is the first feature cut natively in 6K. Using Premiere Pro, After Effects and other Adobe apps, his team edited files directly from multiple formats, including Barco Escape.
360 degrees of storytelling.
See how production house Happy Finish uses Premiere Pro and After Effects to create commercial virtual reality, augmented reality and 360-degree experiences.
Penfold goes live on the BBC.
See how animation studio Kilogramme used Adobe Character Animator to bring this beloved character to life.
Bringing A Ghost Story to life.
David Lowery wrote, edited, directed and brought this critically acclaimed haunting tale to (after) life using Premiere Pro and After Effects.
Editor Vinnie Hobbs is more than alright.
Famous for Kendrick Lamar’s video Alright, Vinnie Hobbs is first and foremost a storyteller who relies on Premiere Pro to create hits for artists like Nicki Minaj and Skrillex.
Easier ways to set your ideas in motion.
The spring 2017 video release helps you to deliver polished productions faster with new tools for creating graphics and titles, refining audio and correcting colour.
Go behind the screens at Sundance.
Adobe is proud to celebrate indie filmmakers who have made Premiere Pro the official editing platform of the Sundance Film Festival and Adobe apps the tools of choice for filmmakers around the world.
Celebrating 25 years of Premiere Pro.
Premiere Pro has come a long way since its debut 25 years ago. Today, it’s the industry’s leading editing software, empowering filmmakers and video creators to bring their stories to life.
Homer’s live TV debut. Woo-hoo!
See how Character Animator got Homer off the couch and onto live TV for a real-time Q&A with Simpsons fans of The Simpsons.
Firing up Pete's Dragon.
Director David Lowery used Photoshop, Premiere Pro and After Effects to power pre- and post-visualisation and bring Pete's Dragon to the big screen.
Deadpool: Lights. Camera. Mayhem.
Tight integration between Premiere Pro and After Effects was key to taking everyone’s favourite antihero from comic book to blockbuster.
Hail, Caesar! conquers the cutting room floor.
Filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen made the move from Final Cut Pro to Premiere Pro to edit Hail, Caesar! and worked closely with Adobe to create their new post-production workflow.
Shin Godzilla. There goes Tokyo.
With extensive visual effects and an 18-month production schedule, legendary filmmaker Hideaki Anno relied on Premiere Pro to get his monstrous feature finished on time.
Jaw-dropping effects with RocketJump.
RocketJump brings its unique style of action movie comedy and cool visual effects to video with the help of Premiere Pro, After Effects and Adobe Media Encoder.
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