The documentary film Dolores, directed by Peter Bratt, shines a spotlight on Dolores Huerta and her lifelong commitment to equality and civil rights.
When Andrew Gunadie, aka gunnarolla, and Julia Bentley dressed up as Canadian Mounties and made their Canadian, Please video they had no idea it would go viral. Seven years later, the video showcasing their love of all things Canadian has more than 4.5 million views.
After creating a tutorial on closed captioning, Kelsey Brannan realized she also had a talent for sharing knowledge. In July 2016 she created Premiere Gal, an identity and channel on YouTube that encourages people from all backgrounds to harness their inner “shreditor” power.
The 2017 Adobe Design Achievement Awards have officially kicked off, and whether you’re a creative student, an industry pro, or a seasoned instructor, you’ll want to pay attention to the talent competing for this year’s top prizes.
Adobe is launching our “Make the Cut” contest in celebration of the 25th anniversary of Premiere Pro. We’re offering you a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to cut a video for “Believer,” the new hit single by mega-band Imagine Dragons.
The early 1990s saw the start of a revolution in digital technology that would transform the world of film, television, and video production – and continues to do so today. Adobe Premiere, released in 1991, was part of that revolution.