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Top Gun: Maverick Review: Tom Cruise Soars Back Into Conventional Blockbuster Mode With This High-Flying Sequel

Thursday, May 12, 2022 06:00
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<i>Top Gun: Maverick</i> Review: Tom Cruise Soars Back Into Conventional Blockbuster Mode With This High-Flying Sequel

“Maverick,” Tom Cruise’s character’s callsign in the 1986 classic Top Gun and in its long-awaited (and long-delayed) sequel, Top Gun: Maverick, refers to a non-conforming rebel who charts their own path. Yet, as a movie star, Cruise is anything but. Sure, the timeless actor may be one of a kind — maybe even the greatest... »

Framestore Names Mel Sullivan New CEO as Sir William Sargent Steps Down to Focus on Company 3

Thursday, May 12, 2022 05:59
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Found in: Community, Crafts, Featured, News, Shop Talk, Visual FX, Who's Where?
Framestore Names Mel Sullivan New CEO as Sir William Sargent Steps Down to Focus on Company 3

Framestore, the Oscar and Emmy-winning VFX studio that has conjured visuals for the likes of Gravity, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and Blade Runner 2049, has tapped Mel Sullivan as its new CEO, as Sir William Sargent is stepping down as CEO after 26 years to focus on the wider Framestore Company 3 Group. Sullivan has been with Framestore since 1998, most recently... »

Qvest Unveils New Remote Editing Solution for Professional Online-Based Video Editing

Thursday, May 12, 2022 05:58
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Found in: Crafts, Editing, Featured, Gear, News
Qvest Unveils New Remote Editing Solution for Professional Online-Based Video Editing

Qvest has announced a new remote editing solution tailored to the current needs of broadcasters, publishers, network agencies, and post-production specialists. The basis for it is the qibb integration platform by Techtriq, which enables professional media workflows in the cloud, resulting in limitless collaboration and greater efficiency. Qvest’s cloud-native editing solution enables media professionals to edit... »

The Accidental Turitz: Marvel Has Developed a Bit of a Story Problem Due to Demands of Disney+

Wednesday, May 11, 2022 05:36
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Found in: Accidental Turitz, Columns, Featured, Film, Industry Sector
The Accidental Turitz: Marvel Has Developed a Bit of a Story Problem Due to Demands of Disney+

Just a heads up, I’m going to be talking about Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and I’m going to be getting into spoiler territory, so if you haven’t seen it and want to avoid finding out anything you don’t want to know ahead of time, come back to read this after you’ve... »

The Flight Attendant Composer Blake Neely on 20 Years With Greg Berlanti and How a College Rejection Letter Fueled His Emmy Win

Wednesday, May 11, 2022 01:04
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Found in: Awards, Composers, Emmy Watch, Featured, Industry Sector, Interviews, Music, Television
<i>The Flight Attendant</i> Composer Blake Neely on 20 Years With Greg Berlanti and How a College Rejection Letter Fueled His Emmy Win

If you’re a fan of the CW, you’ve probably heard the work of veteran Composer Blake Neely, whose many credits include All American, Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Riverdale, and Supergirl, as well as Netflix’s creepy thriller You. All of those shows hail from executive producer Greg Berlanti, who goes back 20 years with Neely, who composed the main title theme for Berlanti’s show Everwood.... »

Union Roundup: If the Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade, It Will Have Major Consequences for Hollywood

Union Roundup: If the Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade, It Will Have Major Consequences for Hollywood

The Ankler, as many readers know, is one of the most recent entries into the roiling, chumming waters of “Hollywood trade publications” with a growing online presence, multiple newsletters, and most recently, a podcast. They remain gleefully puckish in their outlook (not to be confused with “optimistic”) about showbiz, along with their mission of... »

The Dropout Composer Anne Nikitin on Embracing Her Synth Side to Make Digital Music for Hulu’s Hit Series

Tuesday, May 10, 2022 12:31
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Found in: Awards, Composers, Emmy Watch, Featured, Industry Sector, Interviews, Music, Television
<i>The Dropout</i> Composer Anne Nikitin on Embracing Her Synth Side to Make Digital Music for Hulu’s Hit Series

The trial of Theranos founder/CEO Elizabeth Holmes, the wide-eyed, deep-voiced blonde who convinced some of America’s savviest investors to back her biotech company, which promised to make the world a better place with just a single drop of blood, piqued the interest of millions of people — especially the media. Coverage was extensive, and an ABC News podcast set... »

Stephen Arnold Music Wins Nine Times at Broadcast Production Awards

Monday, May 9, 2022 03:44
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Found in: Awards, Featured, Music, News
Stephen Arnold Music Wins Nine Times at Broadcast Production Awards

Stephen Arnold Music enjoyed a strong showing at the annual NewscastStudio Broadcast Production Awards, winning nine awards including Best Overall Use of Music for its work on Al Jazeera Arabic’s 25th Anniversary rebrand. Other honors came for custom music for CNN’s flagship morning program New Day, Nexstar Media Group’s NewsNation, Las Vegas station KTNV, and New York... »

Rebecca Rhine Stepping Down as ICG’s National Executive Director in September

Monday, May 9, 2022 10:55
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Found in: Camera, Community, Crafts, Featured, News, Shop Talk, Who's Where?
Rebecca Rhine Stepping Down as ICG’s National Executive Director in September

Rebecca Rhine is stepping down from her post as the national executive director of the International Cinematographers Guild when her contract expires at the end of September. Rhine has held the position since December 2015, when she became IATSE Local 600’s first female executive director. ICG president John Lindley confirmed Rhine’s exit in a letter that... »

Moon Knight Production Designer Stefania Cella Recalls Being “Heartbroken” Upon Seeing the Chamber of the Gods Set Torn Down

<i>Moon Knight</i> Production Designer Stefania Cella Recalls Being “Heartbroken” Upon Seeing the Chamber of the Gods Set Torn Down

Stefania Cella’s career is growing along with the size and scope of the projects she has been working on as a production designer. Her early credits include fairly straightforward films and television shows such as Once and Again, John Q, Maniac, The Great Beauty, and Black Mass, but somewhere along the way, she got... »

Moon Knight DP Gregory Middleton on Visualizing the Show’s Duality Theme & How Game of Thrones Helped Prepare Him for Marvel

Friday, May 6, 2022 02:24
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Found in: Awards, Camera, Crafts, Emmy Watch, Featured, Industry Sector, Interviews, Television
<i>Moon Knight</i> DP Gregory Middleton on Visualizing the Show’s Duality Theme & How <i>Game of Thrones</i> Helped Prepare Him for Marvel

Cinematographers usually land their next job from producers or directors they worked with on a previous show. But that wasn’t the case for Gregory Middleton, the veteran Canadian director of photography whose many credits date back to 1992 and include Game of Thrones, Watchmen, Fringe, The Killing, and now, Moon Knight. The six-episode limited series just... »

Bond in Motion Exhibit at Petersen Auto Museum Is a Must-See for Any 007 Fan

Thursday, May 5, 2022 01:01
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Found in: Community, Events, Featured, Film, Industry Sector, News
<i>Bond in Motion</i> Exhibit at Petersen Auto Museum Is a Must-See for Any 007 Fan

If you’re in Los Angeles and looking to check out some cool movie memorabilia that will leave you both shaken and stirred, head over to the Petersen Auto Museum, which is currently hosting Bond in Motion, a comprehensive exhibit featuring the vehicles from the James Bond franchise. When you first enter the exhibit, it’s a... »

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