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Emmy-Nominated Serengeti Doc Films Animals in New Ways

August 13, 2020 | By
Emmy-Nominated <em>Serengeti</em> Doc Films Animals in New Ways

Established in Tanzania, eastern Africa, in 1951, Serengeti National Park encompasses 5,700 square miles of grassland for its numerous wild animal species, attracting hundreds of thousands of international visitors every year. Now, spanning six separate episodes, Serengeti, created by BBC Earth, is a comprehensive documentary series concerning the natural behavior of the myriad animals... »

Tim & Jeff Cronenweth Join Wondros Collective’s Commercial, Branded Division

August 11, 2020 | By
Tim & Jeff Cronenweth Join Wondros Collective’s Commercial, Branded Division

Wondros Collective Sr. Executive Producer Danielle Perez has added to the company’s talent roster as The Cronenweths aka Tim and Jeff Cronenweth have joined the commercial and branded content division. Jeff recently received a 2020 Emmy nomination for his cinematography work on Amazon’s Tales from the Loop, directed by Mark Romanek, and he previously collaborated with David Fincher on Fight Club, The... »

Carl Laemmle Doc Reveals the Heroism of Universal Pictures’ Founder

August 10, 2020 | By
<i>Carl Laemmle</i> Doc Reveals the Heroism of Universal Pictures’ Founder

When Carl Laemmle founded Universal Pictures in 1912, one of Hollywood’s longest running and most powerful studios was launched, with their land, Universal City, being dedicated three years later in the San Fernando Valley. Laemmle presided over the studio and facilities until 1936 when he lost everything—the production, distribution, and exhibition enterprise, plus the... »

Below the Line Launches Production Listings App!

August 10, 2020 | By
<em>Below the Line</em> Launches <em>Production Listings</em> App!

Below the Line Production Listings is proud to introduce our latest update – a full App version. It’s free to try and because you were a Subscriber in the past we’ll give you a free week if you want to see all the latest projects. No credit card needed. Couple quick notes: Cell phone... »

NHL Returning with Animated Graphics from Undefined Creative

August 7, 2020 | By
NHL Returning with Animated Graphics from Undefined Creative

Hockey fans who have been waiting patiently for the abridged season to continue and wrap-up will have a very different experience when the NHL (National Hockey League) returns with the Stanley Cup Qualifiers and Playoffs this month. Instead of fans in the seats around the ice, the players will instead be surrounded by a mix of audio, lighting and video, including... »

Scandalous Documentary Dissects the National Enquirer Phenomenon

August 7, 2020 | By
<em>Scandalous</em> Documentary Dissects the <em>National Enquirer</em> Phenomenon

When Generoso Pope, Jr. purchased the newspaper The New York Enquirer in 1952, ostensibly with an interest-free $75,000 loan from mob boss Frank Costello, events were set in motion for the evolution of a world-renowned tabloid, known since 1954 as The National Enquirer. Enter director Mark Landsman, who claimed that “the story found me,”... »

Gary Land Films Hockey Tape Commercial Spot on iPhone

August 7, 2020 | By
Gary Land Films <em>Hockey Tape</em> Commercial Spot on iPhone

Some might be wondering if Apple is planning a new iPhone launch (or at least a new marketing campaign) soon due to the amount of content being shot with iPhones right now. The latest is a new “Shot on iPhone” commercial called Hockey Tape, directed by Gary Land of GLP Creative. The spot, which you can... »

Jon Brewer Presents the Legendary Chuck Berry in New Film

August 6, 2020 | By
Jon Brewer Presents the Legendary <em>Chuck Berry</em> in New Film

On May 21st, 1955, a 29-year-old songwriter, singer, and guitarist had his first major recording session at Chess Records in Chicago. Among the tunes that were cut then was “Maybellene,” which became a breakthrough hit for the artist, none other than Chuck Berry. Arguably, with that one song, guitar-oriented rock ‘n’ roll was born.... »

Drum Documentary Celebrates Neil Peart

August 5, 2020 | By
Drum Documentary Celebrates <em>Neil Peart</em>

In his feature documentary about drums and drummers, Masters of Resonance, director Jeremy Bout, who regularly aims to have his viewers use storytelling to make educated decisions about their careers of choice, simply wanted to tell another inspiring story through the prism of those of elite percussive skill. “It was never meant to be... »

Goldcrest Post Plays Key Role in Indie Thriller She Dies Tomorrow

August 3, 2020 | By
Goldcrest Post Plays Key Role in Indie Thriller <i>She Dies Tomorrow</i>

Writer/director Amy Seimetz‘s second feature, the psychological thriller She Dies Tomorrow, opened in select drive-ins last Friday, and it will be available digitally On-Demand this coming Friday. Seimetz did the sound and picture finishing for her sophomore feature at New York’s Goldcrest Post, using the team of colorist Nat Jencks, sound designer/supervising sound editor Mary Ellen Porto,... »

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