Monthly Archives: November 2021

Home Brew Social Media Marketing Company Promotes Sam Gibney – Deadline

Terry Hines & Associates CEO Grant Nemirow announced that Former Head of Motion Design and Executive Creative Director at Home Brew, Sam Gibney, has been promoted to President of Digital Marketing and Production. Now in his ninth year with the company, Gibney has played a pivotal role in the development and production of numerous digital, social and new technology strategies ...

Read More »

Automotive Inspire Interview: Jennifer Pelky of Toyota, Safety Expert

There are many great jobs in the automotive and mobility industries, but if you’re a parent or grandparent who understands that auto crashes are one of the leading killers of American children, it’s hard to imagine a more crucial job than that of Jennifer Pelky. As a senior engineer at Toyota specializing in child and passenger safety, she has just ...

Read More »

Peter Landesman to direct ‘The Recount’ for KadinCreative & Motor Content – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Concussion filmmaker Peter Landesman to adapt and direct Scout Comics comic book series Counting in a feature film for Motor Content by Don Handfield and KadinCreative by Jonathan Kadin. Nick Jones Jr. will co-write with Landesman. The fictional political thriller, written by US Army veteran Jonathan Hedrick, was released by Scout Comics in November of last year and takes ...

Read More »

FIFO minors fired for filming themselves delivering sex toys to colleagues

An all-female cleaning crew who filmed themselves committing obscene acts in the workplace has lost their job. A group of housekeepers were fired after they filmed themselves brandishing homemade sex toys and giving them to their male colleagues. According to West Australian, CITIC Pacific Mining hired contract cleaners at its Sino Iron site earlier this year. On site, cleaners made ...

Read More »

Film ForumIn-person Q&A with WRITING WITH FIRE Directors Rintu Thomas and Sushmit Ghosh, co-presented by Brown Girl Doc Mafia

Brown Girls Doc Mafia is an initiative that advocates for more than 4,500 non-binary women and people of color working in the documentary film industry around the world. We fight inequalities by building community and sharing resources, nurturing our creative genius, demanding access and visibility in creative and professional environments, enriching our community with the knowledge needed to support us ...

Read More »

Why the conspiracy took almost 20 years to make

The Conjuring films have become beloved chronicles of the work of Ed & Lorraine Warrens. But legal disputes delayed the first film for nearly 20 years. Conspiracy The franchise has grown into a blockbuster horror series, but here’s why the first film took almost 20 years to make – and why it took even longer to settle its rights disputes. ...

Read More »

Editor Brian Clark puts an end to Modesto Bee’s long career

After 31 years with The Modesto Bee, editor Brian Clark is stepping down to pursue other interests. Its last day will be December 3. Clark has been an editor since March 2018. Under the direction of his newsroom, The Bee has won more than 50 national and regional awards, including one for public service related to the news agency’s coverage ...

Read More »

Amazing photos of the Beatles filming their Strawberry Fields Forever music video in Sevenoaks

Often considered the most influential band of all time, The Beatles were musical icons in the 1960s. Their legacy remains as stratospheric today as ever with the release of The Beatles: Get Back, a three-part series directed and produced by Peter Jackson, premiering on Disney + this month. Read more: Incredible pictures of Kent in the 1960s that will take ...

Read More »

The Boston Ballet is finally back at the Opera with “The Nutcracker”

After a forced absence by COVID in 2020, the Boston Ballet’s heartwarming production of “The Nutcracker” is back at Citizens Bank Opera House. Well, most of them are back. Because children under 12 were not eligible for the vaccination until recently, only older students at Boston Ballet School are participating this year. It’s a shame, because the kids on stage ...

Read More »

The Dubuque center welcomes amateurs and full-time workers

DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) – Over the past two years, Seth Walters’ life has taken a 180-degree turn. In early 2020, Walters was living in New York City, where he was doing video production work to market Broadway plays. Today, the Iowa native is back in his home country and trying to expand his new carpentry business in Dubuque. “I used ...

Read More »