October 30, 2014
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New Indie Film Chrysalis Transforms the Zombie Film

New Indie Film <em>Chrysalis</em> Transforms the Zombie Film

Chrysalis, a 2014 indie horror/sci-fi film tells the story of two survivors of a post-apocalyptic world set 25 years in the future. When the two encounter another survivor, they must choose whether or not they should invite her to join them as they attempt to escape from the zombie-infected city. »

Halloween Haunts are the Framework for New Horror Film The Houses October Built

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Halloween Haunts are the Framework for New Horror Film <em>The Houses October Built</em>

Conceived by producer Zack Andrews and director Bobby Roe, both of whom also star in the film, The Houses October Built is a found footage-style horror escapade where a group of filmmakers travel the middle-American countryside in a recreational vehicle exploring popular live Halloween... »

Laura Poitras Walks a Dangerous Path with Citizenfour

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Laura Poitras Walks a Dangerous Path with <em>Citizenfour</em>

Film is a powerful medium. It can even be considered subversive, especially when perceived to be against the interests of government. Uncovering sensitive information can force a dedicated journalist filmmaker to walk a dangerous line. »

Below The Line Screening Series Presents The Theory of Everything

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Below The Line Screening Series Presents <em>The Theory of Everything</em>

Below The Line Screening Series presented a screening of Focus Features’s The Theory of Everything on Sunday at the Pacific Design Center. Immediately after the film was a Q&A session,... »

VES Summit Tackles Workflow and Finding Work

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VES Summit Tackles Workflow and Finding Work

“Time is the enemy. There’s one enemy, and it’s time.” That might sound like a philosophical observation about the swiftness of life, but at this past weekend’s VES Summit... »

Producer Adam Scorgie Examines the Marijuana Question in The Culture High

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Producer Adam Scorgie Examines the Marijuana Question in <em>The Culture High</em>

Produced by Adam Scorgie and his Canadian-based production company Score G Productions, and distributed by Canada’s Phase 4 Films, the new documentary The Culture High examines the longstanding question... »

Hollywood Center Studios Plans Major Expansion

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Hollywood Center Studios Plans Major Expansion

Hollywood Center Studios is finalizing plans to construct a 106,000 square foot office complex designed to serve the area's burgeoning film and television community. The project will also include... »

Shahs of Sunset Editors End Strike Against Ryan Seacrest Productions, Bravo Media

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<em>Shahs of Sunset</em> Editors End Strike Against Ryan Seacrest Productions, Bravo Media

Editors on Bravo’s Shahs of Sunset have reached a deal with Ryan Seacrest Productions, ending a month-long strike. Union supporters had staged more than half a dozen demonstrations in... »

David Tedeschi Proposes The 50-Year Argument

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David Tedeschi Proposes <em>The 50-Year Argument</em>

With Martin Scorsese as co-director, David Tedeschi embarked on an ambitious project, the HBO documentary The 50-Year Argument, concerning the 50th anniversary of the prestigious periodical, The New York... »

Director Gary Shore Tells New Version of Vampire Legend in Dracula Untold

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Director Gary Shore Tells New Version of Vampire Legend in <em>Dracula Untold</em>

Without question, the moviegoing public, world over, has been fascinated with the fictional character of Count Dracula since the publication of Bram Stoker’s novel, Dracula, in 1897. Additionally, the... »

IATSE Launches Bi-Coastal Protests Against NBCUniversal’s “Union Busting”

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IATSE Launches Bi-Coastal Protests Against NBCUniversal’s “Union Busting”

The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) is holding simultaneous protests today outside of NBCUniversal facilities on the east and west coasts to protest the firing of editors... »

IATSE Files Unfair Labor Practice Charges Against Bravo

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IATSE Files Unfair Labor Practice Charges Against Bravo

The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) filed Unfair Labor Practice charges against Bravo Media with the National Labor Relations Board yesterday. »

 
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