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Winter 2016 Issue

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Winter 2016 Issue

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Joe and Anthony Russo—just plain the “Russo Brothers” in Hollywood—have made quite a name for themselves over the past two decades. After working on indie films with the iconic Steven Soderbergh, they directed the pilot of FOX’s Arrested Development, winning an Emmy for their work on the episode. Of late, they are known for directing Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), alongside Captain America: Civil War, which broke a Marvel Cinematic Universe record: the trailer saw 61 million global views in 24 hours. The film debuts on May 6 of this year, and the Russos are also scheduled to direct both parts of the Avengers: Infinity War saga through 2019. 

For the Winter 2016 “Motion Picture Issue” of Resource Magazine, we sat down with them to discuss the anticipation of Civil War, their working relationship as brothers, and the political context of igniting an unprecedented face-off between Captain America and Iron Man, leaving The Avengers further from camaraderie than they have ever been.

Also in this issue: 

- Explore the years most innovative photo and video gear in the annual "Best Of" feature article photographed by Greg Neumaier. 

Resource Travel Editor Michael Bonocore takes you on a photographic journey through the blistering winter in Idaho, from solitary hot springs to back mountain skiing with X-games pros.

- Guest Editor Vincent Laforet showcases his AIR series, an aerial photography project that sent him on a detour from his dream of directing his first feature film. 

- VFX mastermind Phil Tippett discusses everything from his early work on Star Wars to feature-length virtual reality movies. Discover the dos and don'ts of your first indie film with Ross Partridge. Find out what kind of filmmaker you are with a custom-designed flowchart, and more.

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Joe and Anthony Russo—just plain the “Russo Brothers” in Hollywood—have made quite a name for themselves over the past two decades. After working on indie films with the iconic Steven Soderbergh, they directed the pilot of FOX’s Arrested Development, winning an Emmy for their work on the episode. Of late, they are known for directing Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), alongside Captain America: Civil War, which broke a Marvel Cinematic Universe record: the trailer saw 61 million global views in 24 hours. The film debuts on May 6 of this year, and the Russos are also scheduled to direct both parts of the Avengers: Infinity War saga through 2019. 

For the Winter 2016 “Motion Picture Issue” of Resource Magazine, we sat down with them to discuss the anticipation of Civil War, their working relationship as brothers, and the political context of igniting an unprecedented face-off between Captain America and Iron Man, leaving The Avengers further from camaraderie than they have ever been.

Also in this issue: 

- Explore the years most innovative photo and video gear in the annual "Best Of" feature article photographed by Greg Neumaier. 

Resource Travel Editor Michael Bonocore takes you on a photographic journey through the blistering winter in Idaho, from solitary hot springs to back mountain skiing with X-games pros.

- Guest Editor Vincent Laforet showcases his AIR series, an aerial photography project that sent him on a detour from his dream of directing his first feature film. 

- VFX mastermind Phil Tippett discusses everything from his early work on Star Wars to feature-length virtual reality movies. Discover the dos and don'ts of your first indie film with Ross Partridge. Find out what kind of filmmaker you are with a custom-designed flowchart, and more.