December 15, 2018
Features

Timeless Elegance and Grandness at The Carlyle Hotel

Thursday, May 10, 2018
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Timeless Elegance and Grandness at The Carlyle Hotel

    The Carlyle Hotel in New York has sustained a certain allure since 1930 that continually attracts sophisticated travelers and is regarded as one of the most luxurious and premier hotels in the world due to the discretion, atmosphere, and grandness. Historically, the hotel has housed some of the most influential and prominent... »

Focus Features is Honored To Present What the World Needs Now – Won’t You Be My Neighbor

Focus Features is Honored To Present What the World Needs Now – Won’t You Be My Neighbor

            In select theaters on June 8, 2018.   View the official trailer here.           From Academy Award winning filmmaker, Morgan Neville (20 Feet from Stardom), Won’t You Be My Neighbor? takes an intimate look at America’s favorite neighbor: Mister Fred Rogers. A portrait of a gifted... »

Illuminating the Complexity of Mental Illness in Entanglement

Tuesday, May 8, 2018
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Illuminating the Complexity of Mental Illness in Entanglement

    As the Entanglement script landed on the desk of producer/director Jason James (That Burning Feeling), he instantaneously developed an affinity for the material, due to the lead character’s journey in the quest to discover who we are and where we come from. Entanglement examines the thought process of clinically depressed Ben as... »

Netflix’s Documentary on the Backbone of The Music Industry – Hired Gun

Monday, May 7, 2018
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Found in: Blog the Line, Crafts, Featured, Film, Music, News, Sound
Netflix’s Documentary on the Backbone of The Music Industry – Hired Gun

    Kenny Aronoff. Nita Strauss. Rudy Sarzo. Liberty DeVitto. Derek St. Holmes. You’ve heard their music and have seen them perform, but more than likely you’ve heard their names. In Fran Strine’s feature-length documentary, Hired Gun, now on Netflix, studio and touring musicians in pop and rock music are given the rare chance... »

The “B” in NAB

The “B” in NAB

It’s truly the “B” in NAB that signals how much the recently concluded annual event in Las Vegas has changed. Once “broadcast” shifted to also mean “streaming,” and since that includes everything digital, NAB has become a show that’s now about, well, almost everything. Everything at least, that you’d see or hear through a... »

Award Winning Feature From Visionary Masaaki Yuasa Opens Nationwide May 11th 2018

Wednesday, May 2, 2018
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Found in: Animation, Blog the Line, Crafts, Events, Featured, Film, News
Award Winning Feature From Visionary Masaaki Yuasa Opens Nationwide May 11th 2018

From visionary anime auteur Masaaki Yuasa, comes a joyously hallucinogenic, but family friendly take on a classic fairy tale about a little mermaid who comes ashore to join a middle-school rock band and propel them to fame.   GKIDS, the acclaimed producer and distributor of animation for both adult and family audiences alike, is... »

The World of Cons Explored in Supercon

Tuesday, May 1, 2018
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The World of Cons Explored in Supercon

    The popularity and demand of comic book conventions over the years has led to a boon of them rapidly popping up and spreading like wild fire around the country. The term “Con” is the abbreviation for a type of convention, whereas that annual event hosts an enormous number of attendees, a variety... »

The Academy’s 2018 Student Award Competition Now Accepting Applicants

Monday, April 30, 2018
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The Academy’s 2018 Student Award Competition Now Accepting Applicants

Student Winners Eligible for Oscar The Academy is now accepting entries for its 2018 Student Academy Awards competition. All Student Academy Award winners become eligible for Oscars consideration. For the fourth year, students are asked to submit their films online, using FilmFreeway, a widely used festival and competition platform. The U.S. competition is open... »

Backstabbing For Beginners Unveils Diplomatic Truths Within the United Nations

Thursday, April 26, 2018
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Backstabbing For Beginners Unveils Diplomatic Truths Within the United Nations

Back in 2012, Danish writer/director Per Fly (Drabet, The Inheritance) was introduced to Michael Soussan’s memoir Backstabbing for Beginners: My Crash Course in International Diplomacy. The book is based on the true story of Michael Soussan, a former U.N. member and a first-hand witness to the 2002-2003 Oil-for-Food Program (OIP) scandal, within the United... »

Motion Picture Editors Guild To Honor Lee Dichter, CAS with Fellowship & Service Award in New York

Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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Found in: Awards, Blog the Line, Editing, Featured, Film, News, Sound, Television
Motion Picture Editors Guild To Honor Lee Dichter, CAS with Fellowship & Service Award in New York

Lee Dichter. Photo credit: Sophie Dichter. This year, for the first time, the Motion Picture Editors Guild (MPEG) will be holding their award ceremony in New York. Legendary sound re-recording mixer, Lee Dichter, CAS, who is known for his work on Men In Black, Miller’s Crossing, Postcards from the Edge, Grey Gardens and more... »

Director Series: Wes Ball Sheds Light on The Maze Runner Franchise

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
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Director Series: Wes Ball Sheds Light on The Maze Runner Franchise

  In 2011, when an unknown short film entitled Ruin roamed the internet, it caught the attention of the studio executives at Fox, which led to the discovery of such a talent in Florida native, director Wes Ball. As Initial meetings ensued between the director and the studio, simultaneously someone had handed him The... »

David Wain Presents Netflix’s Homage to The National Lampoon in A Futile and Stupid Gesture

David Wain Presents Netflix’s Homage to The National Lampoon in A Futile and Stupid Gesture

  Chronicling founder Doug Kenney’s creation of National Lampoon magazine, which ran from 1970 to 1998, David Wain’s Netflix feature, A Futile and Stupid Gesture (a phrase from Kenney’s Animal House feature film screenplay) offers a combination of show business success story and lovable romp, within a decidedly modest budget. “I had specific affinity for Doug... »

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