Creative film

Joined Up Films takes a tonal approach in ‘Claremont: A Killer Among Us’

When Joined Up Films has engaged with the assault victims of convicted Claremont Bradley serial killer Robert Edwards for Anthony Barwell’s two-part documentary Claremont: A Killer Among Usthey interviewed them twice with varying results. The first encounter with Wendy Davis and Liz Kirkby was part of a sizzle reel for broadcaster Network 10, with another conducted during production. According to ...

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New facility at University of Hawaii West Oahu bolsters creative media curriculum

New facility at University of Hawaii West Oahu bolsters creative media curriculum By Cindy Ellen Russell | November 18, 2022 | Updated on November 18, 2022 at 11:21 p.m. On Friday, there was a grand grand opening for the Academy of Creative Media’s student production facility on the University of Hawaii West Oahu campus. ...

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FM launches Trust, designed to empower filmmakers

FM Trust pledges $15 million to independent filmmakers, providing complete creative freedom – with no financial risk FORT WORTH, Texas, Nov. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, FMthe parent company of Filmsupplthere and musical bedannounces the launch of Trust, a company designed to empower filmmakers by providing meaningful funding, development support and distribution expertise. Trust has committed $15 million for ...

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RTS Craft & Design Award nominations

The RTS has shortlisted the nominations for the RTS Craft & Design Awards 2022, which this year includes a new Production Management category. In the 29 competitive categories, the BBC leads the way with 35 nominations, followed by Sky which receives 13 and ITV with 11 nominations. For the inaugural Production Management category, Karl Legis for Apple TV+’s The Essex ...

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Inside the “Red Flag Effect” campaign

The Lady Musgrave Trust has teamed up with non-profit agencies Small Steps 4 Hannah and Publicis, Publicis Worldwide and Starcom, to highlight the hard-to-spot signs of non-physical abuse in its latest pro-bono campaign, Red flag effect. The campaign’s interactive creative film has viewers wondering if they’ve spotted the red flags, including: emotional and psychological abuse as well as financial control. ...

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Pursue and complete your creative passion project

Whether you necessarily notice it or not, life can be incredibly busy. Even if your career doesn’t take up as much of your time as it does with other people, personal responsibilities tend to pile up and get in the way of your passions. It can be frustrating, but finding the time you need to complete your projects of choice ...

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Film festival returns to Richmond for spooky season

Film festival volunteer Darren Wallach poses at the 2021 Magic of Horror Film Festival. Photo courtesy of Lowrie Fawley Karyn Cook, Contributing author The Magic of Horror Film Festival will return to Richmond for its annual festival November 5 and 6 at the Firehouse Theatre. The festival has become a celebration of the horror genre itself, with the first live ...

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He built a million-dollar one-man business around his love of film and television

Pete Chatmon followed his passion for storytelling and created a one-man million dollar business along the way. He is a television and film director who runs the production company The director in Los Angeles. Chatmon has directed over 60 television episodes, including HBO Max’s Air Hostess, Insecure, Silicon Valleyand Love life; You, on Netflix; ABC Grey’s Anatomy and Blackish; and ...

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What Makes Creative Partnerships Work

In the most exceptional careers, you are often not so alone at the top: for extraordinarily successful people, a long-time partner or small team is often integral to their success. This is especially true of project-based efforts such as create movieswhere the creative person needs a partner to take care of the production side of the business. Excellence, whatever it ...

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Thinly Sliced: Building Emotional Foundations with Catie Cacci

Catie draws on her instincts and more than a decade (nearly two decades) of experience to mount commercials and branded films at TBD Post. Raised by her mother and grandmother, Catie’s weekends often consisted of movies, musicals and opera. Oh, and like most 80s and 90s kids (did she date herself?) Blockbuster and MTV. In college, she used the VHS ...

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What defines a Canadian film? Make-up, special effects and set design team should count, says Parliament

Guillaume Laurin and Marie-Évelyne Lessard star in Netflix’s Until Decline, which was filmed and shot in Quebec with a Canadian cast and crew. It doesn’t count as Canadian because Netflix funded it and owns the intellectual property rights.Bertrand Calmeau/Netflix Canadian film crew – including make-up and special effects, sound and lighting technicians – should be taken into account when deciding ...

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Film series for the second Hava-Listen event

Havas has reinforced its commitment to supporting the creative passions of its people with the second installment of the Hava-Listen initiative to feature the film work of Orla Doyle, account manager at Organic Pacific. Hava-Listen was launched this year to support team morale and well-being by nurturing creative passions and helping staff take it to the next level. Doyle’s Sirens ...

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Column: Snowboarding is all the rage in Southern California

Some of the best snowboarders in the world gathered this past weekend in Encinitas – the mecca of world-competitive skateboarders, surfers and snowboarders – yes, snowboarders. The attraction was the screening of a new 45-minute film at the La Paloma Theater highlighting jaw-dropping jumps, turns and mountain descents by a fearless group of young top athletes. snowboard movie, “The fleeting ...

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Theatre, short film and music combine at the Glens Falls Film Festival this weekend

October 13, 2022 — Journalists use the word “unique” exclusively for people, places, or ideas that are truly one-of-a-kind. The Adirondack Film Festival is unique in the world of film festivals. It is the only one in the country operated by a performance hall, the Adirondack Theater Festival. The organizers present works by actors, filmmakers and directors who have a ...

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Rian Johnson and Editor Bob Ducsay on Cutting ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Knives Out’

The Middleburg Film Festival, which will take place from October 13 to 16 in Virginia, will open with the film by Noah Baumbach“White Noise”, with Adam Driver, and the centerpiece “Knives Out” sequel “Glass Onion”. Other films announced for the 10th edition are “The Whale” by director Darren Aronofsky and “Somewhere in Queens” by Ray Romano. Other films should join ...

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These cameras will capture the fun – WPRI.com

What are the best instant cameras for weddings? We live in a time when almost everyone has access to a multi-megapixel, AI-enhanced phone camera, but nothing seems to replace the magic of instant film cameras. With their immediate results and unique photographic quality, instant cameras give us the perfect blend of modern instant gratification and vintage imagery. Bringing an instant ...

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XTR Studios opens hub for documentary production in Echo Park – The Hollywood Reporter

Bryn Mooser, CEO and founder of nonfiction entertainment studio XTR, says he wants to see more production on Los Angeles’ Eastside, a historic area for filming movies. “Echo Park in particular is sort of the center of the creative community, especially for documentary filmmakers,” says the Oscar-nominated producer (Rescue boat, Body Team 12). “The area used to be called Edendale, ...

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BRIT Trust Diaries: ELAM’s Matt Sheldon explains how embracing diversity can boost the creative economy | notice | Opinion

In the last BRIT Trust Logs blog, we focus on education and the untapped potential that creative industries could realize by embracing diversity, equity and inclusivity more fully. ELAM, a college for 16-19 year olds, which prides itself on a revolutionary approach that sees, for example, more non-binary students forging careers in game programming. Read on for key insights from ...

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What happened to Darren Aronofsky’s Batman: Year One?

Around the turn of the century, things weren’t going well for Batman. A few years earlier had seen the world subjected to batman and robin, a film decried by critics and now considered one of the worst superhero films ever made. Its failure led to the cancellation of a proposed fifth film unleashed batman, leaving Warner Bros. unsure of what ...

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JKC Gallery ‘Photo Show Live’ Lunchtime Artist Talk scheduled for Thursday, September 29, 2022 at noon

Trenton, NJ – ‘Photo Show Live’, the new lunchtime photography conference at the James Kerney Campus Gallery (JKCG) of Mercer County Community College (MCCC) at 137 North Broad Street in Trenton, will take place on September 29 from noon to 1 p.m. This month, JKC Gallery Director Michael Chovan-Dalton features Wendy Ewald, an artist who has spent more than 40 ...

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Alex Alvga, essential creative director of Kane Brown: In Demand – Billboard

Over the past five years, Alex Alvga’s work as creative director for country star Kane Brown has produced a catalog of eye-catching and thought-provoking work, dating back to 2017’s “Heaven” music video. More recently, their ongoing collaboration includes clips such as “Worldwide Beautiful,” which earned Brown his first ACM Video of the Year in 2021, and the CMT Male Video ...

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Minecraft Player Shows Off Spectacular Monster House Build

Players are known to make all sorts of amazing creations in Minecraftand one player did just that, building a haunted house based on the movie The monster house. While many players have shown their creative talent in Minecraft over the past two weeks, this unique build is definitely remarkable. The monster house is a 2006 animated film produced by Sony ...

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Bring Betty Stiven to life

Comment Elspeth Duncan 4 hours ago – As well as being a known tourist site, Fort James in Plymouth is also a place where unwanted dogs have been abandoned and unspayed homeless females have given birth to litters of puppies. I have been called there a few times for animal rescue purposes. The last rescue, about three years ago, was ...

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SMUGGLER Director Fenn O’Meally Returns With Poetic Short “Kiin”

The short stars Tamara Lawrence and Letitia Wright and is a companion piece to the larger cinematic world of “Silent Twins.” SMUGGLER director Fenn O’Meally’s latest film, a poetic short titled “KIIN”, stars Tamara Lawrence and Letitia Wright. Born as a companion piece to the larger cinematic world of “Silent Twins” directed by Agnieszka Smoczynska, O’Meally drew inspiration from the ...

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Ryan Tudhope joins Framestore as Creative Director

Framestore announces Ryan Tudhope as the new Creative Director and VFX Supervisor to join its Films and Episodes team. Tudhope worked as production-side visual effects supervisor on Top Gun: Maverick, providing flawless supporting visual effects for the biggest movie of 2022. The film once again soared to the top of the US box office over the weekend. Labor Day weekend, ...

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That time John Carpenter went meta

One of John Carpenter more endearing traits is his dislike of the self-effacing clown. That’s not at all to suggest that Carpenter’s films aren’t funny – rather, it’s that the living legend of the genre often chooses to play familiar B-movie scenarios completely straight, whether it’s a confrontation laconic between gangs rendered as a modern western confrontation. (Assault on Compound ...

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Netflix flexes the creativity of the Indonesian film industry with original content

Netflix offers a list of upcoming movies and series made in Indonesia to showcase Indonesian talent to the world. According to Netflix, since the company was established in Indonesia in 2016, outstanding stories from Indonesia such as Queens Ali and Ratu Ratu and Photocopier captured audiences. Amplifying its plan, Netflix unveiled its localized campaign of seven new titles,sci-fi ...

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Telluride Launches “Squaring the Circle” on Iconic Album Cover Makers – Deadline

This is perhaps the most famous album cover ever created. The background – black. In the foreground, a beam of white light pierces a triangular prism and exits, splitting into brilliant bands of red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. The artwork, as any true rock fan can instantly tell you, is for Pink Floyd’s 1973 album The dark side ...

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Love, Death + Robots Writer-Director Talks Episode “Jibaro” – The Hollywood Reporter

Creative talent behind programs such as the NBC Musical Anne Live!Netflix’s video game-inspired animated series Esotericand Tim Miller and David Fincher Love, Death + Robots The anthology series are among the winners of this year’s Emmy Awards. These honors were presented during the Creative Arts Emmys on September 3 and 4. An edited version of the presentations will air on ...

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NHCC joins the film production industry

A building on 4th Street will be the future film industry production site of the National Hispanic Cultural Center in southwest Albuquerque. (Chancey Bush/Albuquerque Journal) Edit House Productions recently expanded its own film studio in Rio Rancho Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal The National Hispanic Cultural Center throws its hat in the ring by joining the fledgling film production industry. ...

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“Succession”, “Stranger Things” among the winners of the LMGI Awards – Deadline

The Location Managers Guild International has announced the winners of its 9th Annual LMGI Awards with HBO Succession, by Netflix stranger things and HBO Max station eleven at the top of the television categories, and Gucci House and no time to die receive the honors of the cinema. Hosted by Paul Scheer, the awards ceremony and reception took place tonight ...

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Three Thousand Years of Nostalgia and the Summer of Overdone Films

Three thousand years of nostalgia is a difficult film to describe. The multi-faceted latest film from George Miller – whose previous films unlikely include the madmax series and Babe: Pig in the City — is a fantasy. It’s a fairy tale for adults. It’s a (surprisingly faded) romance and fable, and a beautifully loving tribute to millennia of storytellers. It’s ...

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Ranbir Kapoor says ‘no one can question’ audiences as he promotes Brahmastra: ‘Content makes a film global’

Ahead of the release of his pan-Indian film Brahmastra: Part One Shiva, Bollywood star Ranbir Kapoor said on Wednesday he hoped the story would resonate with a global audience. In the upcoming fantasy and ambitious adventure from filmmaker Ayan Mukerji, Kapoor plays the lead role of Shiva and plays alongside veterans such as Amitabh Bachchan and Nagarjuna. Described as a ...

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an interview with writer-director Jeff Baena

Jeff Baena and Alison Brie attend the 2020 Sundance Film Festival premiere horse girlPhoto: Rich Fury/Getty Images (Getty Images) While Jeff Baena’s films are, in his own words, ‘unsettling’, ‘unmoored’ and full of ‘chaos’, in conversation he is quite the opposite. Soft-spoken and clear-eyed, he’s the kind of artist whose passion for his work is evident in the work itself ...

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The black phone was forced to make a major change because of IT

The black phone is now available to stream on Peacock, and there’s already been talk of making a sequel. The film currently has a critics score of 83% and an audience score of 88% on rotten tomatoes. ComicBook.com‘s Charlie Ridgely gave the film a 4 out of 5 and called it a “killer thriller” that “grabs your attention and never ...

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FOLX Health’s Tragik on Addressing Chronic Inequalities in Health Care

Where you grew up and where you live now. I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, grew up mostly in the Bay Area, spent time in Texas, Chicago, Atlanta, and New Orleans, and have been in Los Angeles since a decade, now raising a baby cali with my wife and our needy super gato. How did you get into healthcare ...

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Limey Gets 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray Steelbook Release

One of Steven SoderberghUnderrated gems get a 4K makeover thanks to Best Buy. Linden, the acclaimed director’s 1999 crime drama following one man’s unstoppable quest for revenge in Los Angeles, will receive an exclusive 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray Steelbook on October 11, allowing fans to revisit the film that launched the director’s creative resurgence. The film would almost immediately ...

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The true story of “Stay on Board”: trans skateboarder Leo Baker

Leo Baker knows he’s living the best version of his life so far. “I film street skating and I assemble video parts [for skate videos] and I’m supported to do these things,” Baker said over a late breakfast in July. “It’s, like, the ultimate dream.” That life also includes running his own company, Glue Skateboards, with co-founder Stephen Ostrowski, as ...

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Actor Jesse Borrego to judge San Antonio filmmakers competing in world’s largest timed film festival

SAN ANTONIO – One of the world’s largest and oldest timed film festivals comes to the Tech Port Center and Arena for the first time. The 48 Hour Film Project will feature dozens of local films from some of San Antonio’s most creative people. Since 2015, Randall Anderson and his family have written, shot and edited a short film for ...

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Northumbria University and BFI launch bold cultural partnership

Northumbria University has joined forces with the UK’s largest screen body, the BFI (British Film Institute) in an ambitious partnership that will provide world-class networks, knowledge and experience with moving image culture and screen industries for University staff and students. The UK’s leading organization for film and the moving image, the IBF will work with Northumbria on projects including live ...

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Sergio Leone had an interesting take comparing Clint Eastwood and Robert De Niro

In a 1984 interview with American Film, Leone shared his candid and colorful thoughts on the stark contrast between Eastwood and De Niro. At first he likens Eastwood’s cast to an inversion of Michelangelo’s explanation of why he chose a particular block of marble to carve one of his masterpieces. While Michelangelo said he saw Moses in one block of ...

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How the increase in travel has impacted the insurance industry

Dubai CommerCity, part of the Dubai Integrated Economic Zones Authority (DIEZ) and the region’s first and leading e-commerce free zone, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture). The agreement aims to stimulate the growth of Dubai’s creative sector and enhance Dubai’s attractiveness as a global hub for the creative economy. According to ...

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Movie ‘doesn’t improve the DC brand’

Director of Warner Bros. DiscoveryDavid Zaslav dumps the nearly completed $90 million “Batgirl” movie that was intended for HBO Max. Zaslav dropped out of the performance of Leslie Grace, who would have been the first Latina to play that titular role. The film was budgeted at $75 million, but pandemic-related delays drove up the cost. Kim Masters and Matt Belloni, ...

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Not taking enough creative risks? Try Parkour

The first time I tried a coward, or swing, in parkour, I fell flat on my stomach. Torn hands, bruised shins and bruised egos. Three years ago, I spent the spring looking for an alternative fitness activity, something that would finally hook me. I didn’t know it at the time, but I think the brief for me, in my head, ...

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Deluxe Acquires German Dubbing Studio CSC – Deadline

Deluxe Media has acquired German dubbing company Creative Sound Conception Studio (CSC), which will be rebranded as Deluxe Germany and expand its facilities for existing and new customers in the growing space. Financial terms were not disclosed. Deluxe provides localization content production and distribution services to studios and distributors worldwide. Based in Hamburg, CSC, founded in 1989, is a leading ...

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Obasi, others selected for their realism Residency of African screenwriters | The Guardian Nigeria News

Six Africans, including Nigerian filmmaker CJ Obasi (best known for Ojuju and ‘O’Town), have been selected for this year’s Realness African Screenwriters Residency. The eight-week program will see them in South Africa and Switzerland for mentorship and support to nurture and grow their developing feature film projects. CJ Obasi received the residency invitation with Nri. The other African talents invited ...

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The Lost King: Release date, plot, cast and everything we know

The lost king is an upcoming film that tells the extraordinary story of how an amateur historian called Philippa Langley fought against thick and thin to organize the search for the famous King of England Richard III, whose remains were discovered in a car park in Leicester. The comedy-drama reunites the creative team behind the hit film Philomene, with director ...

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‘High Noon,’ the stage adaptation of the 1952 film, will play on Broadway in 2023

A world premiere of “High Noon,” based on the Oscar-winning film, will hit Broadway in 2023. The stage adaptation, which bears the same name as Stanley Kramer’s 1952 western, is written by Eric Roth. Michael Arden, who directed the 2017 cover of “Once on This Island” and the 2015 cover of “Spring Awakening”, will direct. Further announcements regarding the cast ...

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Disney’s Hit Musical ‘The Lion King’ Visits San Jose

Michael Eisner had an idea. And it wasn’t very popular at first. The visionary Disney leader, who served as CEO of the house built by Mickey Mouse from 1984 to 2005, was interested in turning the 1994 animated film ‘The Lion King’ into a musical. So he pitched the idea to the film’s creative team. “He asked everyone’s opinion first ...

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Opening titles rolling on the filmmaker’s journey | New

GREENSBORO, North Carolina (AP) — Kaleab Kurtz has learned a lot about filmmaking in recent weeks. And it’s not all about cameras and scripts. It’s also about tight schedules, delays, difficulties casting unpaid actors, cutscenes, equipment failures, and how COVID-19 can pull an actor out of a production. “It taught me to be more prepared and to always walk on ...

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68th National Film Awards LIVE UPDATES: Suriya and Ajay Devgn Share Best Actor, Soorarai Pottru Best Feature Film

The winners of the 68th National Film Awards were announced on Friday. Speaking about the awards, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur told ANI news agency: “I would like to congratulate all the members of the jury and all the people whose work has been evaluated and I would like to congratulate the winners who will receive the National ...

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Boy & Bear singer David Hosking and director Taylor Ferguson

David Hosking and Taylor Ferguson met, like many young couples, at a concert. But it wasn’t just any gig – it was a gig for Hosking’s band Boy & Bear, whose barnstorming Australian music career spans four albums, five Aria Awards and shows at sold out across the world. Ferguson, one of Sydney’s most exciting young writer-directors, admits she didn’t ...

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Ballyfermot College of Further Education: Over 40 years of inspiration for talented young designers in Ireland

A new college was established in Ballyfermot just two years after the launch of Hot Press. From the launch of the Rock School it has since evolved into Ballyfermot College of Further Education and has greatly expanded its remit – becoming a vital source of extraordinary creative talent, in Ireland’s music, media, film industries , animation and games, among others. ...

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Mattel’s Jurassic Park toy set recreates an iconic scene

Mattel recreates an icon jurassic park scene in their latest toy release, according to Yahoo Entertainment reports. The toy was part of the 12 Days of Fandom event, a celebration of the in-person return of San Diego Comic Con. This jurassic world The Hammond Collection Outhouse Chaos piece is available for purchase online and will be sold at San Diego ...

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News and Information – Diversity in the Pōneke Art Scene

This year, a number of artist residencies, at Wellington City Council’s Toi Pōneke Arts Centre, specifically promote diversity and accessibility in the industry. A returning residency in 2022/23 is the Write Room residency, allowing a screenwriter to develop a feature film script project, with the support of a group of experienced industry mentors. This year’s Write Room Producer Internship is ...

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Will Apple TV’s Booty Starring Maya Rudolph Get a Season 2?

Besides being a charmer, “Loot” is also apparently a hit for the streamer. Apple TV+ renewed “Loot” this week, adding the series to an increasingly impressive lineup of returning comedies that also includes “Ted Lasso” and “Mythic Quest.” The 10-episode first season is set to run until August 12, 2022, while it’s still too early to say when the second ...

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Vision Films Set To Release Sci-Fi “MEAD” Based On Cult Classic Comic “Fever Dreams”

LOS ANGELES, July 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Vision Films, Inc. (“Vision”) Announces VOD/DVD Release of Unique Sci-Fi Feature Film Where Live-Action Meets CGI MEAD on August 9, 2022. MEAD movie starring Robert Picardo and Patton Oswalt MEAD [Mobile Extrasensory Autonomous Deceptor] is based on the 1972 underground comic “Fever Dreams” written by Jan Strnad (DC Comics, Disney, heavy metal) and ...

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Taika Waititi didn’t know Natalie Portman was in ‘Star Wars’

Waititi joked that he had no idea ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ star Portman helmed the prequel trilogy, starting with 1999’s ‘The Phantom Menace’. There are even too many “Star Wars” movies for Taika Waititi to stay on the straight and narrow. The Oscar-winning writer-director is preparing to helm his own installment of the franchise, but seems, perhaps jokingly, to have ...

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‘Elvis’ shows all the pomp and heartbreak of the artist himself

Elviswritten and directed by Baz Luhrmann (Red Mill!, Gatsby the magnificent) features familiar flashy editing, sometimes pushing the story through glitz rather than substance. Luhrmann takes a lot of story and at times the film goes overboard but still remains intriguing and enjoyable at 2 hours and 39 minutes. Elvis Presley Credit: Image from Pixabay’s image bank The first repetitive ...

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KVIFF Eastern Promises annuncia i suoi vincitori

06/07/2022 – the loaded di Amr Gamal ha ricevuto il Post-production Development Award, mentre without wind di Pavel G. Vesnakov a vinto il premio TRT This article is available in English. Like every year, Eastern promises KVIFF has given itself the exciting mission of bridging the gap between talented filmmakers and their potential partners, festivals and audiences. A wide selection ...

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Roles that would have worked better if they had chosen a woman instead

Considering the egalitarian world of Star Fleet, you’d think a woman could be captain of the USS Enterprise. William Shatner’s Captain Kirk is iconic, but it would have been groundbreaking had the role been a woman. Rumor has it that the producers considered casting a woman as the Enterprise’s first officer. Nichelle Nichols (who played Lt. Uhura) auditioned for the ...

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Kevin Tekinel and Charles Levai’s creative agency may be defining a new era of fashion branding

Looking at a cheeky ad for “Jacquemousse” or one short video for Versace in which a group of real-life cheerleaders perform stunts in uniforms from the Italian label, you probably won’t stop and wonder who created such clever concepts. You focus on storytelling. And for Kevin Tekinel and Charles Levai, that’s exactly the point. In the nearly three years since ...

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Sansón And Me’Wins Sheffield Doc/Fest – World Briefings – Deadline

Mexican immigrant tale ‘Sansón and Me’ wins Best Film at Sheffield Doc/Fest Mexican American director Rodrigo Reyes Sanson and me won Best Film at Sheffield Doc/Fest in the UK (June 23-28). Set between Mexico and the United States, it explores the journey of a Mexican who was orphaned as a child and ends up serving two life sentences for first-degree ...

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Sci High filmmaker receives award at regional film festival: “What I really learned…is perseverance.” | Entertainment/Life

As the film industry continues to thrive in Louisiana, students at New Orleans Charter Science and Math High School may well be part of its future. Recently, a team of its student filmmakers won the Audience Grand Prix at the 2022 Junior Film Prize, the largest student film festival in the South. The short movie, “After the party,” was written, ...

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20 years ago, Disney’s most chaotic sci-fi experience paid off

At the beginning of the 2000’s, Disney has rolled out a unique marketing campaign to advertise his new movie. In short trailers, classic scenes from beloved Disney movies like Aladdin, The little Mermaidand The Lion King played normally until a small blue alien walks into the shots uninvited, disrupting the footage. I was about eight at the time – in ...

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6 simple tips for budding filmmakers

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. Filmmakers need to have multiple skills at their disposal. In fact, filmmakers must be considered not only as creatives, but as entrepreneurs and business people. Use what is available to you This tip applies to available material objects, your own knowledge/history and your skills as a filmmaker. For example, you might hear ...

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Local film producer Denise Di Novi has been able to adapt to what life and career throw at her

Count Denise Di Novi among those who subscribe to the belief that the future is unwritten. The daughter of a jazz musician and a former journalist, Di Novi found herself in the film industry and her professional journey continues to throw curve balls. Once seen exclusively in theaters, the films are now appearing on television and streaming services. The film ...

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Chris Hemsworth Finds a Rich Groove in ‘Spiderhead’

Placeholder while loading article actions NEW YORK – Joseph Kosinski, director of “Top Gun: Maverick” had a plane in the air again, but this time Chris Hemsworth was behind the wheel. They were shooting “Spider Head”, a sci-fi prison thriller based on a story by George Saunders, set along the Australian coast. The film takes place almost entirely in a ...

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Fact, Fiction and Antonio Luna – Manila Bulletin

Screenshot from the film Heneral Luna, with the Filipino general trying to boost the morale of the revolutionary army What I Disagree With Jerrold Tarog’s portrayal of Filipino hero General Antonio Luna in his 2015 film General Lunaportrayed to great effect by John Arcilla, is a line that appears at the start: “This is fiction based on fact.” For a ...

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Amcomri Entertainment Acquires Assets of Flame Media Rights for $2.4 Million – Deadline

Amcomri Entertainment, Parent Company of Abacus Media Rights, Acquires Flame Media Program Assets for $2.4 Million Amcomri Entertainment has paid C$3 million ($2.4 million) for the assets of British-Australian factual television distributor Flame Media. The library has approximately 2,200 hours and over 500 titles. Flame will be integrated into Abacus Media Rights, Amcomri’s television sales subsidiary, and its staff will ...

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Blasted Movie Trailer Reveals Laser Tag Game Gone Wrong

Laser tag is about to get extreme before the end of the month. Or at least that’s the premise of Struck down, a Norwegian sci-fi action-comedy film based on a real UFO event that happened in Hessdalen, Norway. The story follows a group of childhood friends who get together for a game of laser tag, but things take a crazy ...

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Why Mark Hamill Didn’t Make a Movie for Six Years After Return of the Jedi

After Return of the Jedi in 1983, Mark Hamill didn’t make another film for six years; here’s his extended big-screen hiatus explained. Here’s why Mark Hamill decided to take a six-year hiatus from movies after Return of the Jedi. Jaws and the original star wars are responsible for creating the blockbuster of the summer, with the latter’s incredible efforts and ...

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14 of the most influential producers in the history of cinema | Entertainment

Film producers are some of the most creative and commercial contributors to the film industry, working their magic behind the scenes to make sure we’re entertained. Many of us have heard of Hollywood’s heavyweight directors – the Steven Spielbergs and Martin Scorses of the world – and of course the actors in front of the camera get the lion’s share. ...

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AirAsia India brings the rewards program to life with 3 short films

AirAsia India aims to highlight the benefits of being a NeuPass member by encouraging people to “#JointheFamily” through three 30-second films with stories that bring the joy of being part of a family to life. The integrated campaign will run across cinema, print, display, digital and social media platforms. Among the perks the brand is looking to highlight ...

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My Ilesa journey helped me succeed in Hollywood —Bayo Olufemi

The United States of America based actor, filmmaker and speaker Bayo Olufemi is well known for his character in the American sitcom “Bob Hearts Abishola”. He tells OGHENOVO EGODO-MICHAEL about his experiences in the television and film industry at home and in the diaspora What is your favorite aspect of theater and the performing arts? They are all different because ...

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Download 720p/1080p Senior Year (Full Movies) 2022 Online Jobs – (DONOTUSE) University of California Santa Barbara Police Department

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‘Game Change Game’ set to premiere at Tribeca Film Festival Powerful documentary gives rare look into the lives of NBA players during unprecedented 2020 season

With the coronavirus pandemic, social unrest and crucial elections across the country, this film captures a unique moment in our history Tweet that “This film was born in the wake of the social justice judgment triggered by the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and countless others,” said a veteran entertainment executive Christine Normand, THINK450 content manager and producer of ...

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The story of Casablanca Records has been told by many – in books, articles, and by larger-than-life figures who lived through the salad days of rock and disco music in the mid to late 1970s. Its rise as a successful factory – home to KISS, Donna Summer, the Village People and Parliament Funkadelic – was short, quick and substantial. Founded ...

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If you love planning your summer, you’ve come to the right place. Here are five festivals to put on your calendar. Some require driving outside of El Paso, so stock up. Sun City Craft Beer Festival After more than a year of waiting, beer lovers in El Paso will be thrilled to have the Sun City Craft Beer Festival return ...

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the star wars is one of the highest-grossing film franchises in history and has amassed a legion of fans since its debut in 1977 with A new hope. Created by George Lucas, star wars introduced audiences to a world of characters and conflict in a galaxy far, far away. Since A new hopethere have been 11 films and several star ...

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The San Diego GI Film Festival is back. The annual affair – which highlights films for, by and about veterans – kicks off Tuesday and runs through next Saturday. It aims to preserve military history, bridge divisions between military and civilians, and honor those who have served. After two years of virtual screenings, this year’s event will once again be ...

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The four scholarship recipients will receive full tuition to study at VFS and will also receive mentorship and a paid internship from Blackbird Interactive, East Side Games or Timbre Games. Vancouver, BC –News Direct– Vancouver Film School Announcement Highlights: The fund includes three full-tuition scholarships for the Game Design program at VFS and one full-tuition scholarship for the 3D Animation ...

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BBC One in the UK has revealed a 75-minute special which features never-before-seen private films of the Queen. Elizabeth: The Invisible Queenwhich will debut on the iPlayer streaming service and BBC One on May 29, will tell the true story of her life as a princess through her own eyes and in her own words throughout her reign. Since the ...

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Catalyst launches with female-fronted slate, Highland to Rep Sales – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: The American production company Catalyst Studios is launching a list of female projects that will be picked up for sales by Highland Entertainment Group. Attorney Holly Levow (Detained) teamed up with Mark Pennell (Storm warning) and Paul Kampf (Detained) form Catalyst which will focus on feature films from emerging talent and with diverse storytelling. The company says its mission ...

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Kevin Feige Gets Candid About The MCU’s New LGBTQ Hero

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DHS Media Art Students Win Top 2 Awards at NM Film Festival

DEMING — When Liz Gomez and Jesse Kriegel tracked student filmmakers from the Media Arts Club at Deming High School in Espanola, NM, they felt the group had a chance to be recognized for their work at the Film Prize Jr. New Mexico Festival. . The two DHS media/arts professors have a keen eye for talent recognition, as do the ...

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By TONY MOCHAMA The film industry in Kenya is neither dead nor thriving. It has been emerging for a long time with touches of creativity, both local and international productions. But most of the time it just rubs shoulders Timothy Owase is a man with a mission and a vision. And he wants action now. As chief executive of the ...

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There will be many “firsts” this year Cornell Fashion Collective spring parade. The 38th annual event, April 30, starting at 2 p.m., will be CFC’s first in-person spring show since 2019. The event will also be the first time the public can see the collections of the approximately 60 Tier 1 student designers. at 4 CFC. And perhaps the most ...

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Local streaming series gearing up to film in Springfield, Chicopee and West Springfield

SPRINGFIELD — A high-concept streaming series titled “Chronos Mercury” is gearing up to shoot in Springfield, Chicopee and West Springfield. The series is a production of Springfield Mass Studios and Cellar Door Productions, with the first filming date set for April 24. “Chronos Mercury” executive producer Bryan James McFarland explained that the series represents a myriad of talent from local ...

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Apple TV is set to shoot a big-budget remake of the iconic sci-fi movie Metropolis in Melbourne – with a plan to inject $400m into the local economy By Monique Friedlander for Daily Mail Australia Published: 9:52 p.m. EDT, April 16, 2022 | Update: 9:52 p.m. EDT, April 16, 2022 Apple TV+ is set to shoot an epic 8-part series ...

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The new owners of all things Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman are exploring a DC Entertainment overhaul, multiple sources familiar with the matter have said. Variety. It’s been less than a week since Discovery closed its $43 billion deal for WarnerMedia, joining one of reality TV’s biggest producers with one of entertainment’s most venerable brands under the new moniker. from ...

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On the 110th anniversary of the world’s most famous shipwreck, it’s time to dive into the chilling ocean of James Cameron’s masterpiece and decipher once and for all what is fact and what is fiction . Get your boards, just in case it’s ballast. File: How accurate is the iconic movie? Did Rose’s heart really go on? Was Jack really ...

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OReaching Robert Altman’s The Player nearly 30 years after its release is like buying a ticket for a bus trip through time in Hollywood. There’s Jack Lemmon playing the piano at a party and Martin Mull having lunch on an outdoor patio. Look, John Cusack and Anjelica Huston are sitting together in this restaurant, and isn’t that Cher attending a ...

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While visiting Syracuse University, Stan Nowak ’99 fondly recalled the last time he was in the stadium for a Rolling Stones concert. This time he was there to present a Mars Helicopter. For students attending a presentation by Stan Nowak ’99, chief brand officer at AeroVironment, Inc., Syracuse University’s stadium became the surface of Mars. Nowak, who earned a degree ...

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The United Nations Program on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) has launched a campaign with creative agency FCB India. He hopes to use the power of creative storytelling to educate wider communities about the rights of transgender children. It is a harsh truth that the issue of marginalization of transgender children, which is universal, in most cases remains hidden for a ...

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Game developers recognize that 44% of their customers are women and that equity in the gaming workspace should be a priority. The best way to bring about this change is to get more women making games in the industry. The Women in Game Design Fellowship is a collaborative initiative between VFS and Vancouvergame studios based at The Coalition (armament of ...

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Apple’s ‘CODA’ wins historic Best Picture Oscar

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WHAT IS THE FIRST STEP? Buying underwear sucks… apparently! Not anymore. The guys didn’t care until now…. The first step changed the game Step One – Organically grown and ethically made underwear from bamboo! Our goal is to continue to innovate, while taking care of our planet. WHO ARE YOU? You are a creative Swiss army knife with a passion ...

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Level Up Learning, a one-of-a-kind online learning and streaming platform, successfully launched its pre-launch on Friday, March 18, 2022. During said pre-launch, they announced that people can now join their list waiting to arrive early to access their courses in skills such as filmmaking, photography, acting, cinematography, music composition and many more. Classes will go live when the waiting list ...

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After Sam Elliot made headlines for his controversial comments about the Oscar nominee The power of the dogthe film’s creative team quickly comes to the defense of the project. “I’m sorry, he was a bit of a SLUT”, director Jeanne Campion Recount Variety Saturday March 12. “I’m sorry to say this but he’s not a cowboy, he’s an actor.” Campion, ...

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Legacy Studio Videographer Corey Bryant is interested in finding ways to bring creative ideas to life through his artistic passion for creating video content. “I love bringing music to life,” Bryant said. “I never planned to fall in love with it.” The 28-year-old from Charleston, South Carolina got the idea to pursue videography after helping his brother create a music ...

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