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“Writer” director Franklin Jacob signs the next film with a leading production company! – Tamil news

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Rookie director Franklin Jacob made an impressive debut in Tamil cinema with Writer, the recently released star of Samuthirakani, which is produced by Pa Ranjith under his Neelam Productions banner. The film is receiving positive reviews from audiences and celebrities alike, now the latest news regarding this young director is that he has signed his second project with a major production house.

Franklin was signed by main Tamil film producer SS Lalit Kumar to make a film for his production banner Seven Screen Studios. Lalit Kumar has produced films such as Tughlaq Durbar, and Kaathuvaakula Rendu Kaadhal, yet to be released, Cobra by Chiyaan Vikram, and more. Interestingly, Lalit Kumar was the distributor of the hit film Master of Thalapathy Vijay, directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj.

The production house grabbed the headlines and wrote: “Following the #Writer of @officialneelam, we are extremely happy to sign the most talented director @frankjacobbbb for our next one. Pa Ranjith expressed his joy about it and wrote : “After the immense appreciation and applause for #writer, reviewer and audience, @ 7screenstudio’s signed on @frankjacobbbb for their second feature film! Congratulations and best wishes to Lalit Monsieur and Franklin! “.

Thanking the great opportunity, director Franklin tweeted: “Thank you Lalit sir @ 7screenstudio for this opportunity … @beemji thank you for your love sir … @valentino_suren machan love you too”.



HYBE’s Apprentice A Production Team And Apprentice Leo Apologize For Offensive Lyrics

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HYBE Trainee A’s production team and trainee Leo have both formally apologized for the recent controversy regarding his rap lyrics.

Leo, who is best known for his brief appearance in BTS’s music video for “Permission to Dance,” is one of HYBE’s Trainee A trainees – a team of six trainees that many have speculated to be of the new boy group that Big Hit Music plans to debut in 2022.

Leo recently came under fire for a video posted on Trainee A’s official YouTube account titled ‘Showdown’ in which he took part in a rap battle.

The 19-year-old trainee, from Australia, personally wrote his own English lyrics for the battle – and many were alarmed by some of the lines in his rap, which were criticized for being misogynistic and offensive to women, such that “Nobody gon’ tell me why that female dog stopped breathing / fuck that hoe in my bank / yeah that shit stopped breathing / tell that female dog / took that female dog to the store / nobody gon’ tell me why that female dog stopped breathing.”

On December 29, after deleting the video in question, Trainee A’s production team posted the following apology on their official YouTube account in English:

Hello.

This is Trainee Content Production Team A.

We would like to express our sincere apologies for the inappropriate lyrics in the “Leo’s SHOWDOWN” video uploaded to the Trainee A YouTube channel in October.

We sincerely apologize for not recognizing the seriousness of the issue and posting a video with inappropriate content. After acknowledging the problem, we decided to remove the video.

We would also like to apologize to anyone we have caused pain and distress to because of the lyrics in question. We will exercise caution when creating content.

We will be vigilant to ensure that every intern, including Leo, fully understands issues around diversity and respect so they can be more mindful of their actions and words.

We will also make sure to be more attentive to your advice and we will continue to strive to create better content.

We would like to once again apologize to anyone who may have felt pain and distress because of the video of Trainee A.

From Intern A content production team.

The team also released the following apology in English from Leo:

Hello. It’s Leo.

I would like to sincerely apologize to everyone who was offended by the lyrics posted in the first episode of SHOWDOWN.

Since it was a contest, I felt like I needed to use more provocative words and phrases to make an impact. This ultimately led me to make an extremely bad decision in which I feel very embarrassed. I had absolutely no intention of offending or degrading anyone, but my words and thoughts were very immature and I deeply apologize.

I kept thinking about my mistakes, and after watching the video again, I feel extremely embarrassed and ashamed of my performance. Although I can’t go back, I realize it was entirely my fault and I will strive to do whatever it takes to reflect and learn from my mistakes.

Again, to anyone who felt offended by my inappropriate actions and words, I sincerely apologize. I will take this opportunity to reflect and reflect on more positive and mature ways to express myself through my music.


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Another Atlanta metro production company burgled, nearly $ 100,000 in stolen equipment

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About $ 100,000 of production equipment was stolen in less than five minutes, and surveillance cameras captured everything.

This theft is the latest in a series of similar attacks recently against FOX 5 production companies reported in the Atlanta metro area.

The owners of The Plug ATL said they had been at the Phoenix Business Park for about a year and a half now and had never been the victim of any kind of crime. However, last week the couple said a group of young men stole around 10 cameras, audio equipment and lights.

“He woke me up and said, ‘Oh, my god, baby, they’re robbing us,’” said owner Charlene Legend.

Dressed in black clothes, masks, and white sneakers, you can see several burglars making their way through the front door of The Plug ATL.

This happened in the wee hours of the morning on November 23.

“We’re not a huge company. We can’t afford a huge success like this and it’s absolutely devastating,” said Legend.

These thieves got in and out in minutes with a load of expensive equipment.

“They went straight to get our camera equipment. We have a fully furnished state of the art recording studio. They didn’t touch it. We had laptops, tablets, MacBook Pros all over the building, they didn’t touch that, ”she explained.

Charlene and her husband Karlief opened the production company during the COVID-19 pandemic, and they’re helping brands produce digital content.

“Considering how much we put into the community, what we do to provide access and opportunities for people in underserved communities, it really hit home,” Charlene said.

MILLIONS OF EQUIPMENT STOLEN BY THIEVES TARGETING THE FILM INDUSTRY GEORGIA

FOX 5 News previously reported at least 35 similar break-ins into production and media companies in the Atlanta metro area.

Investigators said the thieves were targeting high-priced cameras and losses so far since this summer total more than $ 3 million.

“When you think of production, it’s almost the fruit at your fingertips from a crime standpoint,” owner Karlief Legend said. “Nobody’s really looking out and checking to say, ‘hey, we’re making sure these production houses can work because nobody’s really checking to make sure things get factored. ”

It is not known at this time whether the criminals in the Legend case are linked to the other round of thefts.

“When you have projects coming up tomorrow and the day after tomorrow, the dilemma is what are you doing in the meantime? It really puts us at a standstill,” Karfield said.

Legend said it was a major setback and it would take time for them to rebuild.

The couple is now breeding money to help their small business recover from this situation.

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Production company Bad Kids kicks off its year-end preview party for HOW TO FIX A MECHANICAL HEART

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Newly launched production company, focused on changing the way theater is developed, The Bad Kids (“A New Path to Broadway”), will present a year-end listening party of the concept album by the new musical, HOW TO REPAIR A MECHANICAL HEART, on Thursday December 30, 2021, at 8 p.m. The special event will be hosted by Tik Tok star JJ Nieman (Broadway’s Book of Mormon) and will feature members of the cast and creative team. The event is FREE. To reserve a digital ticket, please visit www.thebadkidsarehere.com and will be streamed on Facebook and YouTube.

The Bad Kids is also proud to announce its new partnerships with Transcend Streaming (founders Kyra Bowie and Leanna Keyes) to create the special event and Uproar Theatrics will co-produce the event as well as license MECHANICAL HEART for development productions across the country and Finally, Broadway Boxed Up (a POC subscription-based Broadway merchandising company) will be offering free giveaways to attendees!

How to Repair a Mechanical Heart is an original musical based on the novel by JC Lillis. A modern and eerie take on a classic romantic musical, this witty and warm show is about first love, fandom and finding the courage to be yourself.

Brandon and Abel, two very different guys, met in an online fanfiction group dedicated to their favorite sci-fi TV show, Castaway Planet. In a weekend adventure that changes everything, the guys and Brandon’s best friend and nerd skeptic, Bec, hit the road in an RV to attend a fan convention for Cast-away Planet. . Along the way, Brandon and Abel discover secrets about each other, spar with an online community of fanfiction writers, meet their TV idols, and possibly fall in love. But as Brandon’s conservative upbringing and Abel’s painful romantic past conspire to tear them apart, the two must find a way to mend their own and each other’s hearts.

“We’re excited to showcase our company with this special year-end event. What if exciting upcoming musicals find a way to preview, much like the movies? What if a show attempts to find a base of fans early in development? This is one way The Bad Kids aims to change the landscape of commercial theater.” – The Bad Children, Marc Erdahi

Based on the novel by JC Lillis, the musical adaptation of HOW TO REPAIR A MECHANICAL HEART is designed and directed by Marc Erdahi. It includes book and lyrics by Jay Falzone, music by Trent Jeffords under musical direction by Julianne B. Merrill

The concept album features Troy Iwata (Broadway’ Be More Chill; Netflix’s “Dash & Lily”) and Chris Medlin (Broadway’ Diana, Mean Girls; Netflix’s “Sweet Magnolias”), Trey Harrington (Regional: The Little Mermaid), Maria Habeeb (NY: Songs for a New World), Lily Talevski (Regional: Hedwig & The Angry Inch), Stephen Smith, Mara Jill Herman (NY: RENT), Ben Roseberry (Broadway’s Lion King), Ben Bogen (Broadway’s Frozen), John Jeffords (regional: Man of the La Mancha), Katelyn Lauria (NY: Once Bitten), Pilar Martinez (regional: Cabaret) and John Rodney Turner (NY: Days of Rage).

JJ Niemann is a New York-based Broadway artist, content creator, choreographer and coach. JJ earned a BFA in Musical Theater from Elon University and soon after joined the Broadway cast of The Book of Mormon. Most recently, he was involved with the online phenomenon and world premiere concert production of Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical. JJ also recently performed in the development workshops and the world premiere of the new musical BLISS. JJ was named one of BroadwayWorld’s Top 10 TikTokers and has been featured on CBS’s “The Greatest At Home Videos”, as well as Daily Mail, Theatrly, Onstage Blog and Buzzfeed.

The Bad Kids is a production company that aims to create a community platform that funds, develops and promotes new and original theatrical works. We do this according to contemporary ethical standards while providing an affordable and accessible way for a diverse set of participants of all financial and interest levels to participate in and influence the development of new productions that viewers want to see!

Yearbook Production House presents: If You Say Too Much, Kira Thiphavong’s first short film

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Yearbook Production House is finalizing post-production of its first original film, titled If you say too much, with Saba Askari and Logan Cade Brickwood.

Written and directed by Kira Thiphavong, this short fantasy drama follows Margo’s story; a young girl who travels in her lucid dreams to find her beloved friend, Oliver.

Featuring unique cinematography by Jenelle Hagerman, this story will take audiences through a visual illustration of Kira Thiphavong’s creative mind. This project should be released in 2022 and will remain secret until January.

“Being Lao, it’s important to see more Asian-Canadian female voices because it’s such a marginalized group in the big film industries. It is important that this story be told, because its creation comes from a set of under-represented voices, something that needs to happen more ”(K. Thiphavong, December 17, 2021).

Along with the development of If you say too much, Kira co-founded a production company with these same values ​​in mind, called Yearbook. The company was founded on the same belief that every creative voice deserves the opportunity to share a story. Kira’s co-partners, Saba Askari and Jenelle Hagerman, are of the same state of mind.

“Yearbook was founded with the same mindset, we all want to give opportunities to women, to BIPOC and to young emerging artists. We have created an environment conducive to the flourishing of security, sensitivity and creative ideas, which is reflected directly in our productions. We are from the grassroots and still very young as a company, but we are growing and learning with enthusiasm every step of the way ”(K. Thiphavong, personal interview, December 17, 2021).

Follow the journey and find the latest updates on future Yearbook productions at www.yearbookproductionhouse.com.

For more information on If You Say Too Much, visit their website.

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A media production studio had more than 100,000 pieces of equipment stolen

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By Tori Cooper

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ATLANTE (WGCL) – A pair of thieves were caught on camera stealing more than $100,000 worth of production equipment from a small, family-run media production company in Atlanta on Thursday.

As Charlene Salter-Legend and her husband Karlief Legend slept on Thursday, they said a group of young men robbed their business “The ATL Plug.”

“He immediately said something was up with the alarm and I woke up saying oh my god they’re stealing from us,” Charlene said.

The Legends said around 5 a.m. Thursday morning that their ADT Security cameras caught a group of four people breaking into their media production studio, which they launched last year at the start of the pandemic.

“It was a gray loader and it pulled in and out four guys, they each had a crowbar in their hand,” Charlene said.

The Legends said they opened “The ATL Plug” to create a space to connect and empower young digital creators in Atlanta’s media scene.

Over the past year, their business has flourished, serving the community, celebrities and big business ventures.

“Serving the community and making sure small business owners and entrepreneurs have the opportunity to create great content is what we really care about because businesses are struggling right now. We have also a partnership with Dekalb County and Atlanta Public Schools to put cameras and equipment in the hands of children.We have an internship program where we have helped students participate in filming of great movies and some Tyler Perry movies.

However, their cameras weren’t the only thing taken from them: “We lost over a hundred thousand dollars in camera equipment, lighting and audio equipment.”

Now, the legends tell CBS46 that the majority of their operation has been unplugged from the Atlanta community they love, “That was probably the worst thing that happened to us this holiday weekend.”

The legends go back to the drawing board trying to piece together a way forward for their family business.

If you have any information regarding who was responsible for the theft of the equipment, be sure to contact APD Crime Stops.

If you want to help the legends with their rebuild, you can visit their GoFundMe page.

Note: This content is subject to a strict local market embargo. If you share the same market as the contributor of this article, you cannot use it on any platform.


The production team chooses to leave the script of Stanford Blatch open

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With Samantha Jones out of sight, Stanford Blatch seemed set to become the unofficial fourth member of the group of friends in And just like that… Unfortunately, real-life tragedy prevented that from happening. Willie Garson, the actor who played Stanford in all six seasons of sex and the city, died of pancreatic cancer. His death left Stanford’s script unfinished and showrunner Michael Patrick King with a void to fill. Fans weren’t sure how the show would handle Garsons’ death. Episode 4 of the reboot finally answered the question, but fan reactions were mixed.

Willie Garson was scheduled to appear in all 10 episodes of “And Just Like That…”

Prior to his illness and death, Garson was scheduled to appear in all 10 episodes of the HBO Max reboot. During an interview with Vanity Fair, King explained that he was unaware of Garson’s illness while writing the season. He said Stanford was set to play a bigger role in the restart than in sex and the city, complete with its own story arc.

Willie Garson as Stanford Blatch | Craig Blankenhorn/HBO Max

Initially, it was hoped that Garson would be able to finish the season. Eventually, Garson’s health deteriorated too much for him to continue. When it became clear that his health was declining, King talked about revising the script. The famous showrunner revealed that Garson’s last day of filming found him filming Mr. Big’s funeral. The beloved actor passed away from pancreatic cancer at the age of 57 on September 21, 2021.

‘And Just Like That…’ Episode 4 bids farewell to Stanford Blatch

The presence of Stanford Blatch in the first three episodes of And just like that… was bittersweet for fans of the original series. Garson had died by the time the show premiered, and the reboot served as his final screen appearance. Episode 4, “Some of My Best Friends,” did not feature the famous character. The episode, however, explained why Stanford would no longer be seen.

Mario Cantone and Sarah Jessica Parker sit in Carrie's apartment during a scene in 'And Just Like That...'

Mario Cantone and Sarah Jessica Parker | Craig Blankenhorn/HBO Max

Carrie returns to her apartment to find a note sitting next to her bed in the episode. The message written by Stanford Blatch informs Carrie that he will be in Japan by the time she reads his letter. Stanford’s husband Anthony Marantino stops by Carrie’s apartment to further explain that Stanford left the United States to manage a Japan-based TikTok star. Anthony reveals to Carrie that Stanford wants a divorce to cap the scene.

Fan reactions to Stanford’s departure were mixed. Some like the open nature of Stanford’s departure, as it means the character lives on, despite Garson’s actual death. Critics argue that the scene was too light, considering the real-life tragedy. They also claim that the revelation of the divorce seemed unnecessary.

Michael Patrick King was hoping to film another scene with Willie Garson

While “Some of My Best Friends” left Stanford’s story open, it’s not exactly how King had hoped the storyline would turn out. A note, apparently, was not how Michael Patrick King wanted Stanford out of Carrie’s life. Instead, he was hoping to film another scene between Carrie and Stanford to explain the situation.

Mario Cantone as Anthony Marantino, Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie Bradshaw and Willie Garsaon as Stanford Blatch are seen in an episode of

Anthony, Carrie and Stanford | Craig Blankenhorn / HBO Max

In several interviews, King explained that he wrote a scene between Carrie and Stanford that would have explained his decision to move to Japan. According to King, he called Garson and asked if he could come over and film a scene with just Sarah Jessica Parker. King recalled Garson telling him apologetically that even if he wanted to do it, he just couldn’t. Note was the next best option.

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A media production studio had more than 100,000 pieces of equipment stolen

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By Tori Cooper

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ATLANTE (WGCL) – A pair of thieves were caught on camera stealing more than $100,000 worth of production equipment from a small, family-owned media production company in Atlanta on Thursday.

As Charlene Salter-Legend and her husband Karlief Legend slept on Thursday, they said a group of young men robbed their business “The ATL Plug.”

“He immediately said something was up with the alarm and I woke up saying oh my god they’re stealing from us,” Charlene said.

The Legends said around 5 a.m. Thursday morning that their ADT Security cameras caught a group of four people breaking into their media production studio, which they launched last year at the start of the pandemic.

“It was a gray loader and it pulled in and out four guys, they each had a crowbar in their hand,” Charlene said.

The Legends said they opened “The ATL Plug” to create a space to connect and empower young digital creators in Atlanta’s media scene.

Over the past year, their business has flourished, serving the community, celebrities and big business ventures.

“Serving the community and making sure small business owners and entrepreneurs have the opportunity to create great content is what we really care about because businesses are struggling right now. We have also a partnership with Dekalb County and Atlanta Public Schools to put cameras and equipment in the hands of children.We have an internship program where we have helped students participate in filming of great movies and some Tyler Perry movies.

However, their cameras weren’t the only thing taken from them: “We lost over a hundred thousand dollars in camera equipment, lighting and audio equipment.”

Now, the legends tell CBS46 that the majority of their operation has been unplugged from the Atlanta community they love, “That was probably the worst thing that happened to us this holiday weekend.”

The legends go back to the drawing board trying to piece together a way forward for their family business.

If you have any information regarding who was responsible for the theft of the equipment, be sure to contact APD Crime Stops.

If you want to help the legends with their rebuild, you can visit their GoFundMe page.

Note: This content is subject to a strict local market embargo. If you share the same market as the contributor of this article, you cannot use it on any platform.


A media production studio had more than 100,000 pieces of equipment stolen

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By Tori Cooper

Click here for updates on this story

ATLANTE (WGCL) – A pair of thieves were caught on camera stealing more than $100,000 worth of production equipment from a small, family-run media production company in Atlanta on Thursday.

As Charlene Salter-Legend and her husband Karlief Legend slept on Thursday, they said a group of young men robbed their business “The ATL Plug.”

“He immediately said something was up with the alarm and I woke up saying oh my god they’re stealing from us,” Charlene said.

The Legends said around 5 a.m. Thursday morning that their ADT Security cameras caught a group of four people breaking into their media production studio, which they launched last year at the start of the pandemic.

“It was a gray loader and it pulled in and out four guys, they each had a crowbar in their hand,” Charlene said.

The Legends said they opened “The ATL Plug” to create a space to connect and empower young digital creators in Atlanta’s media scene.

Over the past year, their business has flourished, serving the community, celebrities and big business ventures.

“Serving the community and making sure small business owners and entrepreneurs have the opportunity to create great content is what we really care about because businesses are struggling right now. We have also a partnership with Dekalb County and Atlanta Public Schools to put cameras and equipment in the hands of children.We have an internship program where we have helped students participate in filming of great movies and some Tyler Perry movies.

However, their cameras weren’t the only thing taken from them: “We lost over a hundred thousand dollars in camera equipment, lighting and audio equipment.”

Now, the legends tell CBS46 that the majority of their operation has been unplugged from the Atlanta community they love, “That was probably the worst thing that happened to us this holiday weekend.”

The legends go back to the drawing board trying to piece together a way forward for their family business.

If you have any information regarding who was responsible for the theft of the equipment, be sure to contact APD Crime Stops.

If you want to help the legends with their rebuild, you can visit their GoFundMe page.

Note: This content is subject to a strict local market embargo. If you share the same market as the contributor of this article, you cannot use it on any platform.


The founder of the Royal Production house announces the season 2 of Mr, Miss, Mrs, Kids Royal Rajasthan

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New Delhi [India], December 22 (ANI / TPT): Bhanu Pratap Saini, Owner of Royal Production House, announced Season 2 of Mr, Miss, Mrs, Kids Royal Rajasthan. The beauty pageant has helped a lot of people which has transformed their lives. Last year the show was a great success and many young talents had the opportunity to represent themselves at the event.

Speaking about his business, Bhanu Pratap Saini said, “We provide a platform for young people where they have the opportunity to make a difference in the world and earn money and fame. There are a lot of gems. hidden in our country and for the same we have this platform for them to come and show their talent. In the near future I have planned to organize more such events and projects through my production house to encourage young people. ”He added:“ I have always dreamed of providing such a platform that serves people and uplifts them. Through this, they can build their confidence as they will face challenges. thousands of people. It will help them in the future and if anyone wants to pick an actor line, it will be easy for them to do that. “

Entrepreneur Bhanu Pratap Singh started his modeling career taking part in celebrity photos, after which he appeared in numerous events and reality shows, eventually earning a spot in Mr. India’s top five and being honored by Ranvijay Singh. When he was younger, his parents wanted to complete an engineering education and get a stable job with Bhanu Pratap. Bhanu’s journey into the world of glamor began after graduation when he decided to pursue a career in modeling or TV shows. Conversations in the make-up room and in front of the camera have always been of particular importance in her life. As a result, he began to organize auditions and appear on reality shows.

This story is provided by TPT. ANI will not be responsible for the content of this article in any way. (ANI / TPT)

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The Batman Production Team Wants To Make ‘The Best Batman Ever’

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To Reeves and Clark’s credit, “The Batman” feels like a legit banger so far, even if it’s getting to the point where there have already been two different cinematic Batmen in the past decade alone. It helps that Reeves’ film avoids rehashing the Caped Crusader’s origins for the umpteenth time in favor of telling a story that’s often been glossed over in past Batman movies: what Bruce Wayne looked like when he was still mastering his crime-fighting gig?

As Reeves told Empire:

“We’ve seen a lot of great stories about Bruce Wayne witnessing the murder of his parents and then trying to find a way to deal with it by perfecting himself in Batman. But I wanted to do a story where he’s already gone through origins and doesn’t don’t know exactly how to be Batman yet. It’s a sophomore story. And I wanted you to connect with him. Not just as Bruce, but as Batman.

The trailers for ‘The Batman’ make it look a lot like a David Fincher-esque serial killer thriller where the main character is Batman, which is also refreshing and similar to how Nolan approached the franchise, especially with “The Dark Knight” (which, as has long been pointed out, is basically like a reimagining of Michael Mann’s “Heat”, only with the Caped Crusader and the Joker as hero and villain). Reeves can still overcome our collective bat fatigue after all.

“The Batman” hits theaters on March 4, 2022.

Production team announced for production of “Let It Be”

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Director Jennifer Groover has announced the production team for their production of “Let It Be,” the first show of the current season at the Community Little Theater in Auburn.

The Let It Be team includes Jennifer Groover, director and set designer; Steve Barter, musical director; Paul Menezes, director, Eileen Messina, choreographer/director’s mentor; John Blanchette, producer; Glen Thibeault, construction manager; Chip Groover, Ari Weisman, Phil Vampetella and Gerry Therrian, set construction; Britny Anderson, ensemble set chair; Danny Gay, lighting design; Aliah French, light panel operator; Penny Drumm, program; Isaiah Davis, special effects projections; Alex Miles, sound design; Jane Mitchell, Costume Manager; Ken Mansur, properties; John B. Nutting, website; and Nancy Kenneally, print advertising.

“Let It Be” is a celebration of Beatles music. The story takes place during the civil unrest of the 1960s. It follows the journey of two families, longtime neighbors, the Martins and the Joneses. Bill Martin is at odds with his three daughters as they mourn the passing of their wife/mother and learn to become a new family unit: Loretta rebels, Rita strikes up a romance with Jones’ son Jude, and Lucy completely stopped talking. When Jude is drafted, the Jones family is torn and struggling over his loss. As the two fractured families lean on each other more and more, in the end, they begin to find peace and rediscover love.

The show will be presented at 7:30 p.m. on January 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 and 22; and at 2 p.m. on January 16 and 23. Call 207-783-0958 or visit LACLT.com for tickets and information.

L/A Community Little Theater is located in the Great Fall Performing Arts Center at 30 Academy St., Auburn. A voluntary, non-profit organization, CLT has been producing live theater since 1940 with the goal of providing affordable, quality entertainment in the performing arts as well as education, training and theater experience for youth in the region. For more information, visit laclt.com.


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Production team announced for production of “Let It Be”

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Director Jennifer Groover has announced the production team for their production of “Let It Be,” the first show of the current season at the Community Little Theater in Auburn.

The Let It Be team includes Jennifer Groover, director and set designer; Steve Barter, musical director; Paul Menezes, director, Eileen Messina, choreographer/director’s mentor; John Blanchette, producer; Glen Thibeault, Construction Manager; Chip Groover, Ari Weisman, Phil Vampetella and Gerry Therrian, set construction; Britny Anderson, ensemble set chair; Danny Gay, lighting design; Aliah French, light panel operator; Penny Drumm, program; Isaiah Davis, special effects projections; Alex Miles, sound design; Jane Mitchell, Costume Manager; Ken Mansur, properties; John B. Nutting, website; and Nancy Kenneally, print advertising.

“Let It Be” is a celebration of Beatles music. The story takes place during the civil unrest of the 1960s. It follows the journey of two families, longtime neighbors, the Martins and the Joneses. Bill Martin is at odds with his three daughters as they mourn the passing of their wife/mother and learn to become a new family unit: Loretta rebels, Rita strikes up a romance with Jones’ son Jude, and Lucy completely stopped talking. When Jude is drafted, the Jones family is torn and struggling over his loss. As the two fractured families lean on each other more and more, in the end, they begin to find peace and rediscover love.

The show will be presented at 7:30 p.m. on January 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 and 22; and at 2 p.m. on January 16 and 23. Call 207-783-0958 or visit LACLT.com for tickets and information.

L/A Community Little Theater is located in the Great Fall Performing Arts Center at 30 Academy St., Auburn. A voluntary, non-profit organization, CLT has been producing live theater since 1940 with the goal of providing affordable, quality entertainment in the performing arts as well as education, training and theater experience for young people in the region. For more information, visit laclt.com.


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Big Sun Studios also serves as an art gallery and video production company

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Lewis Kalmbach returned to his hometown of Shreveport this fall and opened Big Sun Studios as a hybrid art gallery and video production studio to expand the downtown arts community.

Kalmbach began his career in advertising before becoming an accomplished artist with galleries in Louisiana, California, Georgia, Florida and Mexico.

He loves renovating homes and once owned a flower shop that also served as an art gallery called Pick.

Kalmbach decided to retire where he grew up in Shreveport with his husband and son.

His nephew Julian Tizian is the video producer for Big Sun. He and his work partner Brad Negrotto work closely with Fairfield Studios to help local stores increase their social media presence.

Big Sun Studios hosts its second exhibition

“It’s so much fun going to film someone and what they’ve done for the community and for themselves,” Tizian says. “It’s nice to work with fun people who have a cool and productive message to the world.”

Tizian spent the first 12 years of his life living in Germany until he and his mother found their way back to America. While studying film and television production in Connecticut, Tizian decided to return home to be with his family when his uncle fell ill and is now involved in running the gallery.

Kelly M. Ward was hired in September to be the gallery director and help with marketing. Ward and Tizian went to Caddo Magnet High School together and he recommended her for the job knowing that she graduated from LSU with an undergraduate degree in public relations and a master’s degree in art history.

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The plan is that the space can also host events like birthday parties, wedding rehearsal dinners, and workshop meetings. They also want to develop a close relationship with their neighbors and other members of the arts district, perhaps by organizing events together.

“We want it to be a very welcoming, fun, positive and joyful, inclusive and safe space,” Ward said.

On display at Big Sun Studios now

Currently, the exhibit “DENOART: The Art of Dennis O’Bryant” occupies space at Big Sun. O’Bryant is affectionately known as DENO and is an American painter, sculptor, poet, and writer.

A native of Shreveport, he now creates compositions in his century-old home in Marshall, Texas, which serves as a home, studio and gallery. He mainly uses acrylic paint and often uses Sharpie markers, paper collages, and other mixed media.

The iconography of his work includes Caddo Lake, abstract compositions and the female form. His sculpted works of art are made of clay or metal and are usually abstract or showcase the human form. All the works of art and sculptures on display are for sale.

Big Sun Studios is located at 619 Edwards St. and is open Saturdays and Sundays from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Meredith G. White is an arts and culture reporter for the Shreveport Times. You can find it on Facebook as Meredith G. White, on Instagram and Twitter as @meredithgwhite, and email her at [email protected]



Film production company chooses Dayton to build headquarters and studios – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

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DAYTON – A film production company announces that it will set up its headquarters in Dayton. People involved in the film industry say this is a game-changer for the local film industry.

1913 Studios said it has already purchased a facility on Springfield Street that exceeds 200,000 square feet.

Greater Dayton Area Film Commissioner Lisa Grigsby said the studio specializes in smaller films.

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“They know they’ll have a lot of first-time producers and stuff,” Grigsby said.

Some of these new producers may come from Wright State University’s Motion Picture Program. Jeremy Bolden, a film production instructor at WSU, told News Center 7’s Candace Price that this relates to what he tells his students.

“We tell our students all the time that you don’t have to be in Los Angeles or New York or Atlanta to work in movies, to do substantial things,” Bolden said.

Two of the studio’s founders have roots in Dayton and that’s why, Grigsby said, they understand its value.

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“Things are so affordable here and [the] the work ethic of people in the Midwest is incredible,” Grigsby.

Grigsby told News Center 7 that the studio will also impact the local economy.

“They will rent cars. They will buy coffee. They will eat at our local restaurants,” Grigsby said.

The studio, Grigsby said, will also bring in more jobs because of the number of people needed to run a film set properly.

The current schedule for opening this studio will be the end of 2023.

Innovative video production company in Sydney that creates personalized experiences using the Q4 methodology

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ANGRYchair’s Q4 production method is a refined and authentic way to create video content for brands and businesses around the world, and ANGRYchair takes it to the next level.

ANGRYchair’s new production method is here and ready to speed up the video content production process. A new approach that was invented by the organization with branches in Melbourne and Sydney, the Q4 methodology is a unique, powerful and authentic way to generate content for business-to-business or business-to-client brands. This helps speed up the creative process, while also meaning that everything filmed is portrayed as vividly as possible.

Developed over their many years of operating and working with top TV and video creators, as well as other organizations, the Q4 methodology eliminates all the confusing parts of video production like scripting , autocues and storyboards. Instead of running every project like a Hollywood movie, Q4 cuts the entire process down to four simple and effective steps.

The four steps are as follows. Step 1 or the ‘Kick Off’, traditionally called a ‘brief’, is where things like brand representation and message are discussed, and the style and content of the video is agreed in tandem with the client. 2nd step – “The shoot” is where the raw shooting takes place, and the images are captured in the field or in the studio, with the advice of the brief of course. Editing, or as ANGRYchair likes to call it, the ‘Director’s Cut’ takes place in step 3, where all sequences are enhanced, structured and brought together into a coherent sequence. Finally, the presentation of your work is done in step 4 – “The First”, where you can finally show your beautiful end product to the world! They work with you to ensure that through online and in-person formats the premiere is the ultimate celebration of your work,

This innovative way of working enables an authentic, simple and seamless video production experience. Your brand and team will look great on camera, as their streamlined workflow captures all the important details without getting bogged down by the complexities that other studios grapple with.

Customers large and small, from government agencies to fitness companies and non-governmental organizations, appreciated the simplicity of the Q4 video production methodology. Using this four-step process, ANGRYchair has learned that creating amazing video content doesn’t have to be as complicated as others claim. Instead, it can be a seamless, enjoyable experience that delivers phenomenal results every time.

Best of all? It is accessible to customers of all shapes and sizes! They are guided by principles of excellence in production, ease of access and quality brand representation. This means that while the process looks overly simplistic on paper, it’s backed by values ​​that seek to bring out the best in you and your team. With the production quality and next-level techniques that ANGRYchair has come to champion, their Q4 method is a surefire way to ensure that content really shows up when it appears on the screens of you and your customers.

The Q4 production method combines the best production techniques with the tips that only a professional team can pull together, to make it as easy as pie. ANGRYchair takes care of the process so you can stay focused on the things that matter most to you and your business.

They would like to discuss the Q4 process and their organization as a whole. From a third party perspective, this seems like a very innovative and effective way to produce amazing visual content. You can contact them on their website and find out more about them here: https://angrychair.com.au/

About the company:

Founded in 2012, ANGRYchair was established and is guided by the philosophy of creating refreshing and authentic videos that truly represent the clients they work with. With an experienced and passionate production team, the most up-to-date technology, and the knowledge to help you achieve your business goals, their production house has grown to be formidable over their years of operation.

Instead of taking an artist’s approach to videography, ANGRYChair chose to specialize in results-driven video content for brands. That means, whatever your organization’s goal – from product launch and brand awareness, to old video campaigns and global expansion – they’re here to meet and exceed your expectations.

They took the hassle and stress out of creating videos for clients like the Australian Open, Nelson Mandela Foundation, Victoria Police, Beyond Blue, and Kieser Training. With a huge growth trajectory going forward, they are certainly one of Australia’s most in-demand video production companies. Check out their website for more information, and if you’re looking for great quality video content, be sure to check them out and request!

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“RRR” production house partners with Venky Kudumula for “Chiru156”

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Hyderabad: The main telugu production house DVV Entertainment, which has funded the upcoming “RRR”, will collaborate with director Venky Kudumula on his next project.

The directors announced a film starring megastar Chiranjeevi on Tuesday. Tentatively titled “Chiru156”, the film is to be directed by Venky Kudumula, known for “Chalo” and “Bheeshma”.

The director of ‘Chalo’ had told an interesting script to Chiranjeevi, to which he gave the green light. DVV Entertainment will fund this upcoming cinematic adventure.

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“Extremely excited to announce a movie with Megastar @KChiruTweets garu under the direction of successful director @VenkyKudumula. It’s a dream come true for us. Co-produced by Dr Madhavi Raju. Coming soon… #MegaStarWithMegaFan,” wrote DVV Entertainments.

Quoting the tweet from DVV Entertainment, Venky Kudumula wrote, “Opportunities like this once in a lifetime! Thank you @KChiruTweets Sir for giving me mine.

“Your confidence in me and my admiration for you will make me work to the best of my ability. Thanks @DVVMovies and Dr. Madhavi Raju Garu for funding this! ‘Bheeshma’ director wrote.

Chiranjeevi, meanwhile, awaits the release of his film ‘Acharya’, as he shoots for ‘Godfather’, ‘Bhola Shankar’ and another film.


Local production company films upcoming feature in downtown Las Vegas – Oakland News Now

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Local production company films upcoming feature film in downtown Las Vegas

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Black Raven Films is filming “Action! Action! ”In downtown Las Vegas. On Monday night, they blew up a house in a car chase.

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MIME Publishing signs administration agreement with Memphis Steaksawse production team

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Steaksaws team

Steak saw. From left to right: Sunny Dizzle (Deminicus McKinnon), LJ1S (LaRod Jones) and KingPin Da ‘Composer (Roger Rowe)

The Steaksawse team has worked with artists such as Jay DaSkreet, Brandon BLVD, Roxo, Pyu, and Street Prince.

MIME has an incredible reputation in the music industry with such a unique roster of artists, and they are here in Memphis in our own backyard! We are delighted to be part of their family.

– Sunny Dizzle from Steaksawse

MEMPHIS, TN, UNITED STATES, December 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – MIME Publishing, an independent music publishing company that is part of the Made at Memphis Entertainment (MIME) family of companies, has signed a publishing administration agreement with the Memphis Steaksawse-based production team, who have previously worked with artists such as Jay DaSkreet, Brandon BLVD, Roxo, Pyu, Street Prince and many others. Through its relationship with MIME’s state-of-the-art 4U recording studios, music distributor Beatroot Music, and timing licensing company Heavy Hitters Music, MIME Publishing will provide a comprehensive representation of the Steaksawse catalog worldwide while offering additional services and 24/7 customer service that goes beyond most traditional publishing offerings.

Formed in 2017, Steaksawse is a Memphis-based production team made up of members LJ1S, Sunny Dizzle, and KingPin Da ‘Composer. Their unique collective flavor is derived from their individual approaches – with LJ1S focusing on The Soul, Sunny Dizzle on The Bounce, and KingPin Da ‘Composer on The Composition. Each member of Steaksawse began their individual musical journey between the ages of five and seven through family members, either by attending recording sessions, attending church or taking piano lessons. They continued to hone their craft in high school and college, challenging themselves and pushing their limits through endless production practice, working with independent artists, and various ordeals. In 2017, Roger Rowe (KingPin Da ‘Composer) started a producer fight league called Let’s Get Loud. After the event, Sunny Dizzle made a collaboration request, and the other Steaksawse members responded. It was there that they met and created the unique and dynamic group that we hear today.

“Paul Katz and the MIME Publishing team have continued to bring Class A songwriters and producers to the MIME family, and Steaksawse is no exception,” said Tony D. Alexander, President and CEO of MIME. “We are delighted to help them grow and provide them with new opportunities in the years to come with their unique sound and expertise. “

“Being a part of MIME Publishing is a dope situation for all of us,” said Sunny Dizzle of Steaksawse. “MIME has an incredible reputation in the music industry with such a unique roster of artists, and they are here in Memphis in our own backyard! We are delighted to be part of their family.

MIME Publishing’s recent successes include appearing in several songs on Moneybagg Yo’s hit album, A Gangsta’s Pain, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 charts and again peaked in its third. week of release. MIME Publishing producers and songwriters YC and RealRed both reached the Top 6 on five different Billboard charts thanks to their work on the album, with YC topping the charts for R & B / Hip-Hop Producers and rap producers. For more information on MIME Publishing and the MIME family of companies, visit www.mimecorp.com.

About Made in Memphis Entertainment (MIME)
Made in Memphis Entertainment (MIME) is a full-service, black-owned entertainment group with global reach, but with its heart in the hometown of modern American music. Founded in 2015 by the original songwriter of Stax Records and songwriter hall of fame inductee David Porter (CEO) and Tony D. Alexander, business and law veteran for over 20 years (president and chief executive) general), MIME is dedicated to reestablishing Memphis as a key music. hub of the industry while expanding its influence around the world, while developing and promoting diverse talents on the creative and business side of the industry.

MIME’s family of companies includes MIME Publishing, an independent music publishing company that manages Porter’s legendary post-Stax songwriting catalog and other copyrights from some of the world’s most sought-after young producers. hip-hop and R&B; Heavy Hitters Music, a movie, TV, and commercial sync company with an all-female creative team and an Emmy-winning music catalog; Beatroot Music, one of the leading independent music distributors, as well as its subsidiary Beatroot Africa; and 4U Recording, a leading-edge recording studio brand with locations in Memphis and Atlanta.

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Abhishek Banerjee and Shwetaabh Singh Join Forces to Launch ‘Freaks’ Production House

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Abhishek Banerjee and Shwetaabh Singh launch ‘Freaks’ production house (Photo credit: Instagram/nowitsabhi, shwetaabh.singh)

Actor and casting director Abhishek Banerjee and producer Shwetaabh Singh (“Eeb Allay Ooo!” From 2019) have joined forces to create their own production house called “Freaks”.

The two studied together at Kirori Mal College in Delhi and were part of the college drama society ‘The Players’.

Speaking about the collaboration and the production house’s vision for Indian cinema, Abhishek Banerjee said, “With Freaks, Shwetaabh and I plan to make powerful yet relatable cinema. Unique not only in terms of idea, but something that also stands out in processing and execution.

“I am thrilled to collaborate with him because from college theater to making films together is a journey where we have grown so much alongside and together. Shwetaabh is an FTII graduate and his ideas shine through in his work. Our vision aligns perfectly,” added the actor-casting director.

Praising his creative partner, Shwetaabh Singh said, “Abhishek Banerjee is someone I’ve always looked up to since college. We are linked to each other because we belong to the same school of sensitivity. I’ve always wanted to support new talent, stories and innovative ideas.

“Abhishek through his work has always done that, whether as an actor or as a casting director, has done the exact same thing. The path he has blazed on his own is something that gives me a lot of confidence. It’s not a start for us, it’s more of a continuation of our journey that started in college,” Shwetaabh added.

The production house will provide a platform for young talent by collaborating with new writers, filmmakers, cameramen and other technicians. Abhishek Banerjee and Shwetaabh aim to create unconventional, unique and out-of-the-box movies with their company.

Abhishek also revealed that work has already started with their first venture, “We have completed a short film together which we will announce soon. We are really excited as this will be one of the most unique and expensive shorts ever produced in India.

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TF1: NEWEN STUDIOS AND SIGRID DYEKJAER LAUNCH A PREMIUM DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION HOUSE, REAL LAVA

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Newen Studios and Sigrid Dyekjaer, Danish producer,

launch a premium international documentary

production house, Real Lava

New company Real Lava will be owned by European production group Newen Studios and Oscar nominated, Emmy and Peabody winner Sigrid Dyekjaer.

Based in Denmark, The real lava will produce ambitious documentary films and series for large international audiences with cinematic execution and high artistic merit.

Sigrid Dyekjaer is a leading figure in the film industry with over 30 feature-length documentaries over the past 23 years. His most recent credits include “The Cave” by Feras Fayyad; this documentary film was nominated for an Oscar and won an Emmy-, Peabody- and Cinema Eye.

Based in France, Newen Studios has grown internationally in recent years, investing in production companies in the UK, Spain, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Canada and Denmark. The Group is already well established in the documentary sector, but with Real Lava on board, Newen is adding for the first time a Scandinavian company producing purely premium documentary films and series to its already large portfolio.

We intend to invest and help directors in the development phase of their films in order to support their artistic vision and take it to a higher cinematic level, without being too rushed and going into production too early. We will also be able to invest in the production phase and keep global film rights for longer. This will give us time to continue focusing on the creative side and open up the possibility of leveraging larger commissions at a later stage., said Sigrid Dyekjaer. “My partnership with Newen Studios will allow us to support projects with strong international potential on a scale never seen before. During my 23 years as a producer, I have sadly noticed how difficult it is to raise funds in Europe for international documentary films. We have left this space open to American investors. It’s a mystery to me, because documentary films have never been so popular. With Real Lava we will have a great opportunity to change that.

Philippe Levasseur, the international director of Newen Studios adds: “We are delighted to welcome Sigrid Dyekjaer to the Newen Studios family. His passion for documentaries, as well as his expertise in bringing together the best talent and mounting international co-productions, are truly impressive. They perfectly match those of Newen non-fictionthe commitment of producers to document reality with strong points of view, fresh angles and innovative execution. Demand for documentaries has reached an all-time high and Real Lava will help Newen Studios meet this opportunity without compromising ambition. ”

Sigrid Dyekjaer produced the PGA nominated film “Aquarela” by Viktor Kossakovsky – nominated for an Oscar and Cinema Eye, the pan-Scandinavian premium docuseries “Scandinavian Star”, “I Walk” by Danish director Jørgen Leth and Hanna Polaks “Something Better to Come” – PGA Nominated.

In 2015, she received the Ib Award, awarded by Danish directors to honor the best producer in the Danish film industry. His work over the years has earned him two PGAs

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nominations for best documentary producer (2016 and 2020). She is a member of the PGA and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

The first of Real Lava’s documentary films, “The Territory” by Alex Pritz and produced by Sigrid Dyekjaer, will premiere at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. “The Territory” follows the indigenous Uru-eu-wau- community. wau as she defend their land against a network of Brazilian farmers who colonize their protected territory.

The company’s upcoming films include “Merkel”, a portrayal of Angela Merkel and female leadership directed by Eva Weber and produced by Sigrid Dyekjaer in collaboration with Lizzie Gillett and Sonja Henrici. “A Song for Summer and Winter” directed by Oscar nominated director Talal Detki, produced by Sigrid Dyekjaer. “Innocence” directed by Oscar nominated director Guy Davidi and produced by Sigrid Dyekjaer in collaboration with Hilla Medalia in co-production with Danish Documentary, Kaarle Aho and Margreth Jonasdottir. “Missing Films” a film about Danish director Lars von Trier directed by Tomas Gislason and Jacob Thuesen, produced by Sigrid Dyekjaer in co-production with Kaspar Winkler and Heino Deckert.

About Newen Studios

Newen Studios, a subsidiary of the TF1 group, is a major European player in audiovisual production and distribution with strong growth, with a multi-genre strategy (drama, film, animation, TV movie, documentary, unscripted…).

Deeply rooted in 8 countries, the group has more than 30 talented production labels and a passionate global team of 600 people, each bringing their unique know-how.

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Global food production company Chuck Studios expands to the United States

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Chuck studios, the world’s leading creative production company specializing in food, relaunches and expands its presence in the United States by appointing an industry veteran Daryl devlin as general manager. Devlin’s appointment aligns with the company’s ambition to help food brands and their creative agencies better distinguish how they represent food brands, an expertise Chuck Studios calls Culinary identity.

Devlin, who previously led sales for Chuck studios in the United States, will now focus on strengthening the company’s national presence. “It’s been a long year, but with the opening of borders and our technological advances in production, we are poised to take Chuck Studios to the next level in the United States,” said Devlin. “In Europe, Chuck Studios is proving that our strategic approach to building and growing a powerful and exclusive brand resonates with major customers in the food industry. We’re at the forefront of something very special, and I couldn’t be more excited.

The relaunch of Chuck Studios in the United States comes at a time when companies are prioritizing the importance of having a distinct culinary identity, immediately recognizable product images that go beyond logos and service marks and amplify the impact and the possibility of sharing mass media campaigns. For CPG brands and restaurants, salient and shareable brand images are the cornerstone of shareable, digital and social campaigns.

In 2021, Chuck Studios ran global campaigns for brands such as 7UP, Miller Genuine Draft, McDonald’s, and Jacobs Coffee. They have also developed culinary identities for several food and drink brands owned by Unilever, Heineken, KFC and Upfield. “A culinary identity makes a food product a distinctive brand asset,” said Olaf van Gerwen, Global Creative Director of Chuck Studios. “It codifies the representation of the product to ensure consistency and achieve brand visibility. “

“Many of our clients and partner agencies adhere to category conventions when it comes to product representation. You have no idea how often we are briefed with images of competing brands. It’s silly, isn’t it? van Gerwen added. “Now that we have real and proven case studies in Europe, we are ready to bring our culinary identity process to the US market. “

Van Gerwen has worked with Devlin for years, beyond his stint as US sales manager for the production house. Devlin has worked in production, sales, and creative management throughout his career. “We believe her passion and understanding of our industry and what we do make her the ideal leader to bring our expertise to our clients’ brand managers, advertising agencies and marketing directors. And, let’s be honest, food marketing was invented in the United States, so it makes a lot of sense to bring an evolved way of labeling food back here.

About Chuck Studios
Chuck studios is the world’s leading creative production company specializing in food. The company helps brands around the world develop a distinct culinary identity. Using their expertise in food specialty film and photo production, combined with creative and strategic capabilities, the team builds premium content for companies such as McDonald’s, KFC, Unilever, Heineken, Diageo and PepsiCo. Chuck Studios is headquartered in Amsterdam with offices in Moscow, London, Berlin and Los Angeles.


With video push, Meta’s new Gurugram office gets a production studio

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While the newly renamed Meta (formerly Facebook) focuses on creating video content on Facebook and Instagram to drive user engagement and ad revenue, the company has set up a production studio in its new Gurugram office.

The studio, open to content creators and small business owners already on its platforms to click photos, shoot videos and film Instagram and Facebook lives, is part of its skill cluster called “Center for Powering the New Economy from India”.

“Not only are videos a growing area for us overall, but we also continue to improve in their monetization. Over 60% of video revenue now comes from mobile video i.e. videos shot vertically or that are less than 15 seconds long. Over 2 billion people per month now watch videos eligible for In-Stream ads, that is, ads that appear before, during or after videos. And we’re expanding access to Reels Ads on Instagram to more advertisers with automatic placement. and new creative formats, ”said Meta Inc. COO Sheryl Sandberg on the tech giant’s third quarter earnings conference call in October 2021.

In India, in particular, the company reported a 41% increase in its annual gross advertising revenue to Rs 9,326 crore in March 2021, according to its file with the companies registrar. The company earns money by displaying advertisements on its platforms (Facebook, Instagram and Messenger) targeting its users based on their history on its platforms.

As the company focuses more on India, its largest market with more than 500 million users of its family of apps, it is reportedly expanding its offices in Mumbai as well. It has a total of five offices (Gurugram, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Kolkata) in India.

Meta’s new office in Gurugram, an extension of the one-story office it previously had in another location in the same city, is the largest in India at 1.3 lakh square feet. It can accommodate around 800 employees from WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook, although most of them continue to work from home with the option to come whenever they want. This reporter, who was able to walk around the polygonal, glass-fronted and open-plan office, found it brimming with the cool and relaxed vibe expected of a new age business. It’s packed with a game room, nursing center, colorful artwork, and conference rooms with quirky names like Chai & Kaapi.

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Amazon in talks with ‘Good Morning Football’ production company; Is a morning sports show on the way? – The Broadcast

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Prime Video has already planted its flag in the sports streaming space and may be looking to launch a sports studio show to rival “Get Up”, “First Take” and “Undisputed”.

According to Andrew Marchand of the New York Post, Amazon has had “substantive discussions with Embassy Row,” the television and digital production company that created NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football” and NBC Sports’ “Men in Blazers.” Marchand says there is no formal signed deal, but says plans are already underway to get the show on the road, including which talent will host the unnamed program.

Since acquiring the exclusive rights to the NFL’s “Thursday Night Football,” Amazon has been a serious player in all sports discussions. Amazon is also in talks with the NFL to buy a minority stake in the league’s media properties, including NFL Network, NFL RedZone and even NFL.com. This expanded partnership could even lead to Amazon acquiring the rights to NFL Sunday Ticket. Internationally, Amazon owns the rights to several football federations across Europe, including the English Premier League, League 1 and 2 and the Champions League.

While live sports dominate the landscape of sports audiences, studio broadcasts offer the best option, especially talk programming. According to Barret Sports Media, October viewership for “First Take” was up 10% in October from a year earlier, averaging 431,000 viewers per episode for the month. While Embassy Row shows tend to eschew the “First Take” style in favor of a traditional morning show, Amazon will follow the money, and if it tells them a talk show is the way to go , they will go in that direction.

While Amazon will need a few more US sports rights to really claim its position as the new leader in sports broadcasting, a studio show will be a great way to legitimize Amazon’s sports offerings.

Finalist of the Callaway Play production team, Stapleton Top 5 in the D1 Play Production class

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The Callaway and Stapleton Play Production teams saw their seasons come to a close at the 2021 NSAA Play Production State Championships at the Johnny Carson Theater in Norfolk on Wednesday, December 8.

Holy Family / St. Francis was crowned Class D1 champion after receiving first place votes from two of the three judges and was two points away from a perfect score. According to the NSAA, this is the first time that the two schools have teamed up to participate in the Play Production Championships.

Prior to this year, Lindsay Holy Family had qualified for the State Championships five times, most recently in 2019. As a school, they finished second in the D2 class in 2010 and champion in 2011.

Humphry St. Francis has qualified for the championships seven times according to the NSAA. St. Francis last qualified in 2018 where they were also state champions in class D1. They also won state titles in 2007 and 2011.

Callaway will finish second in the D1 class for the second time in three years. Callaway received second, third and fifth place from the three judges, which gave them a one point better ranking than third Leigh. Callaway’s performance in “We Are The Sea” was also praised by the judges as the team received the “Outstanding Technical Crew” award.

Although unable to improve on last year’s runner-up, Stapleton, who was only returning for the second time in over 20 years, put in a fantastic performance that landed him second in a of the three judges. Finishing tied for possible fourth place Harvard, the ranking of judges pushed the Stapleton team to fifth place.

2021 NSAA State Play Production Championships – Class D1:

  1. Holy Family / Saint Francis, “Under a cave sky”
  2. Callaway, “We are the sea”
  3. Leigh “Sweeney Todd: The Barber Demon of Fleet Street”
  4. Harvard “Ug. The Caveman Musical ”(JP)
  5. Stapleton, “Dinner and Cape and Sword” (JP)
  6. Central Valley, “10 days in a madhouse”


Netflix announces new physical production team in Australia

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Netflix has announced a new physical production role at Netflix ANZ with the intention of creating content in Australia and New Zealand.

Previously, Netflix hadn’t really focused on physical production in Australia other than a few movies or series, such as I’m a mom, Aunt Donna’s big entertainment house, Clickbait Where Tides.

Although the company previously announced a $ 515,000 partnership with AFTRS on an indigenous voice exchange, Netflix ANZ has never been more active in the Australian content creation space.

This is, hopefully, until now with the announcement of this new role. The head of the new role of the physical production team at Netflix will be Chris Oliver-Taylor, who was previously the CEO of Netflix in the Asia-Pacific region.

What will his job be? As Content Director of Netflix ANZ Let Minh Luu say so, “Chris will be responsible for driving all aspects of Netflix content productions in Australia and New Zealand.”

“As we build and deploy this growing list of local content, the ANZ team that helps bring it to life is also growing. “

This includes the development of local and international titles in Australia, with production management, post-production, visual effects, studio strategy and resources. Something tells me that this is bigger business for the Australian art scene than just a new role.

“Working at Fremantle has given me the privilege of running one of the largest and best production companies in Asia-Pacific. Oliver-Taylor said.

“I am absolutely thrilled to join Netflix at a time of significant local investment and to work with some of our most talented creators to bring Australian and New Zealand content to the world.”

This could mean very big things for the Australian arts sector, which has experienced a constant boom during the pandemic on Disney’s part (although COVID-19 has revealed a glaring lack of jobs in the sector).

Netflix says that with the arrival of Oliver-Taylor, they’re “leveling it all off,” so we’ll be keeping an eye on what Netflix does in 2022.


Kenan Thompson launches new production company with John Ryan Jr.

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Kenan Thompson and John Ryan Jr. announced the launch of Artists For Artists (AFA), a full-service production company with a bespoke sales division and executive representation. Artists for Artists will serve as an incubator for artists to create and produce their own content.

AFA will build societies with artists and brands that the artists and brands themselves co-own, with the aim of helping artists retain rights to their content while partnering with global distributors. The company will be operated by Thompson as a co-founder and Ryan as a co-founder and CEO.

Artists for Artists also formed a joint venture with McKeon / Myones Entertainment, the management company operated by Mel McKeon and Laura Myones Ruf. Entitled AFA Prime Talent, the partnership will be the management arm of AFA and complement the company’s production and development efforts by representing a roster that already includes Yvonne Strahovski, Sarah Shahi, Shioli Kutsuna, Christina Vidal, Luiz Roberto Guzman , Leyna Bloom and Chella Man.

As one of his first projects, AFA will produce “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth Part 2” with Mike Tyson, Kiki Tyson and Azum Spicer. The special, written by Kiki, stars Tyson live on stage during a multi-city tour following his 2013 one-man show and HBO special.

The AFA steering group and additional projects in film, television, podcasts, live events and celebrity trading will be announced in the coming weeks.

Thompson is best known as the longest-serving “Saturday Night Live” actor and also currently appears on his own NBC sitcom “Kenan”. Ryan is an independent producer and the former COO of FilmEngine, known for producing “Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr.” and executive producer of “Bill & Ted Face the Music”.

“All artists looking to start a business, come see us,” said Thompson. “John and I are excited to grow companies with talent that is owned and exploited by talent. We’ve all been involved in projects that we as artists wish to own more of, so we knew it was time to build a business that reflects that.

“In my 20+ years working in Hollywood, it has always shocked me how rarely talent is owner-by-project,” added Ryan. “Kenan and I have been friends for almost two decades, and it was time to create the change we wanted to see in the industry. The AFA was designed to partner and co-own the business with talent, rather than license their brand. We believe that talent and brands should be controlled by talent and the brand itself. With AFA, our film, television and live entertainment artists have the creative freedom to own their own content and business to release to market. “

Artists For Artists is represented by Paradigm. Thompson is represented by UTA and Del, Shaw, Moonves, Tanaka, Finkelstein & Lezcano. Ryan is represented by Paradigm.


Local production company showcasing hidden gems of Albuquerque’s food industry

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ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) — A local film production company is shining a light on hidden gems of Albuquerque businesses. Through “Enchanted Foods of ABQ,” Sopapilla Productions also hopes to showcase the resilience of these small business owners. When acting roles were hard to come by, Keith Allen and Felicia Masias decided to start their own production company, rooted here in New Mexico.

“Anyone who starts a business has to start somewhere,” Masias said, speaking of their business compared to many others who come from out of state. “Come in, shoot, then leave, and we want to make sure we get in, we shoot, and we stay.”

One of their big goals was to employ all New Mexico crews. However, they also use it to showcase state enterprises. “It evolved into this thing where the whole point of the business is to use our platform to try and elevate small businesses, local businesses,” Allen said. “That’s what we wanted to do with the show and what became our company’s mission.”

They are now launching their second season of “Enchanted Foods of ABQ”. The series shows the hidden gems of the city’s small businesses, while depicting the resilience of owners throughout the pandemic.

“We offer six restaurants. We have everything from an 8-pound burrito to Korean fusion to an up-and-coming Michelin-inspired chef, we have a teahouse, a speakeasy, and we even have lowriders,” Allen said. “We’ve gone through a long list, but our goal is to find super unique and super delicious little businesses.”

One of the new season stores is The Ivy Tearoom near North Valley. The tearoom was hit hard by the pandemic closures just as they were settling into their new home.

“The first time we had to close our doors was devastating,” said Amanda Ng, owner of The Ivy Tearoom. “We started selling tea online, we started doing take-out stuff. We did everything we could to survive that time. It was, honestly, the second stop, it was the one that really affected us.

The Tea Room appearance on the show will include everything from specialty tea and cocktails to outdoor igloos for the winter. Ng says it’s nice to see a production company focusing on local businesses. “We also want local television,” Ng said. “I think it’s such a special way to showcase businesses in a really fun way.”

The production is working with the One Albuquerque Virtual Visionaries program to make the series possible. They hope others will take away a key lesson. “Remember to shop and eat local,” Masias said. “That’s what keeps Albuquerque going.”

You can see the first episode of the new season and all past episodes on YouTube. The remaining episodes of the new season will air once a week.

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II creates production company, signs deal with Netflix

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Wwith actor credits which include “The Get Down”, “Aquaman” and “Candyman”, actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II has brought a wide range of narratives to large and small screens. For his next act he is focusing on expanding his repertoire as a producer. According to Variety, he recently launched his own production company and signed a partnership with Netflix.

Through his production imprint, House Eleven10 – a nickname derived from his childhood home in Oakland – the Emmy-winning actor aims to highlight various narratives. By capturing stories about underrepresented communities, he hopes to amplify the perspectives and work of those the entertainment industry has ostracized.

“I want our films and shows to be moving in their construction of the world and dynamic in their character. We want to use a creative process that leaves room for magic and humanity in various narrative universes and in all genres, ”he said in a statement, according to the outlet. “House Eleven10 seeks to showcase the talent of traditionally under-represented or neglected communities within the industry by including various filmmakers, writers and staff throughout our projects.”

Through the deal with Netflix, Abdul-Mateen will produce and star in projects featured on the subscription streaming service.

The Abdul-Mateen deal is one of the few partnerships Netflix has forged with black creators. In September, screenwriter, producer and director Gina Atwater– best known for her work on HBO’s “Westworld” – signed a deal with the company. One month before the announcement of Atwater’s partnership, To be able to Creator Courtney kemp signed an eight-figure, four-year contract with Netflix.

“I am incredibly excited to join the Netflix family and continue to develop the type of entertainment End of Episode is known for – a diverse, multilingual, social media powered, social media powered series,” Kemp said in a statement. on partnership.

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Fans tell Karan Johar to ‘be ashamed’ after his production house crops Kangana Ranaut from ‘Ungli’ poster in tweet | Hindi Movie News

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Karan Johar’s production house recently celebrated the seventh anniversary of the release of the film “Ungli” by sharing the poster for the film. However, fans quickly noticed that the makers removed Kangana Ranaut from it.

Check out the Tweet here:

As soon as they shared the poster, fans called out the production house and Karan Johar. The new poster only featured Emraan Hashmi, Angad Bedi, Randeep Hooda, Neil Bhoopalam and Sanjay Dutt. Soon the comments section was flooded with a fan who wrote, “You really just cut Kangana, shame on KJo.” Another added, “Anyway…Adharma Production doesn’t deserve Kangana.” A fan also wrote, “Kangana’s hate is so visible.”

Check out the original poster here:

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Directed by Rensil D’Silva, ‘Ungli’ marks Karan and Kangana’s only collaboration to date.

Their feud started when Kangana accused Karan of being the standard bearer of nepotism in Bollywood during his celebrity chat show. Since then, they have both lived through this cold war between them. Kangana has often accused him of conspiring to sabotage the careers of foreigners and promote child stars instead.

Meanwhile, on the labor front, Kangana will next be seen in ‘Tejas’ and ‘Dhaakad’. The actress was also roped in for ‘Sita: The Incarnation’.

Karan, meanwhile, directs Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt in “Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani.” The film also stars Dharmendra, Jaya Bachchan and Shabana Azmi in key roles. He also announced his magnum opus, ‘Takht’.

HBO’s ‘The White Lotus’: Behind the Scenes with the Production Crew

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Organized by the IndieWire Crafts team, Craft Considerations is a platform for filmmakers to talk about recent work that we think deserves accolades. In partnership with HBO, for this edition, we examine how cinematographer Ben Kutchins, composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer and casting director Meredith Tucker created a darker and more complex vision of Hawaii for guests and the staff of “The White Lotus”.

Writer/director Mike White isn’t the first TV showrunner to create a thriller where any character could be either the killer or his prey, but his choice of setting provided the limited series with both its biggest draw and its biggest challenge. Hawaii is, we are constantly told, a bright and relaxing tropical paradise.

To make the White Lotus feel like a luxury resort where a terrible fate lurks just around the corner, the filmmakers of the limited series had to create a palpable undertow of doubt, darkness and mania that none number of Tiki Bars, breakfast buffets, or plunge pools can dispel. The challenge of creating the messy undercurrents – while serving White’s unique brand of comedy – would be central to every craftsman’s work on the series.

For cinematographer Ben Kutchins, the test was to create a visual look that finds literal darkness and compositional unease in this natural paradise. Composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer’s score had the task of destabilizing the audience, preventing us from falling too far into identifying with the characters and instead focusing on all the ways these people lack center. Casting director Meredith Tucker had to find actors who could display the same depths in themselves that Kutchins and de Veer brought out from the surroundings: actors who could nail the dark Mike White humor that so often stems of our deepest vulnerabilities.

In the videos below, you’ll see how Kutchins, de Veer, and Tucker have all found ways to unearth the anxiety and ferocity that lurks just beneath the sun-kissed surfaces of “The White Lotus.”




The cinematography of “The White Lotus”

The look of “The White Lotus” was a tricky balance for series cinematographer Ben Kutchins to strike. “How can I represent this [location] in a way to you as an audience member that encases you in its beauty in a satisfying way, but also [captures] its dangerous element, and do it in a fun way? said Kutchins. “How can I do all of these things simultaneously?”

Kutchins was certainly familiar with darker tones, having previously worked in the deep, murderous blue of “Ozark,” but for “The White Lotus” he had to play with contrast and color in a way that was otherwise Instagram-able. the Hawaii setting looks like a truly ominous place.

Kutchins managed to bring out the shadows of both the natural landscape and the hallways of The White Lotus hotel itself, deliberately pushing landscape shots to find slightly off angles or ways in which the natural beauty of Hawaii can hover over the figures – a message from the natural world that most of them can’t seem to hear. In the video above, watch how the cinematographer collaborated with White to make the world seem subtly offbeat, not quite dialed in, making it impossible for real estate bro Shane (Jake Lacy) or the manager of the Armond Hotel (Murray Bartlett) to let the small human slights pass.




The score of “The White Lotus”

Veer’s Cristobal Tapia score caused a minor Twitter sensation in its own right, as its sound was unlike anything else on TV. That’s because de Veer didn’t want his music to come from a character’s emotional state, but rather to focus on how the resort’s guests are disconnected from not just the lush landscape they’re visiting, but also of their own sense of self.

To that end, de Veer avoided leitmotivs and themes that would tell the audience who we should feel for at any given moment. Instead, de Veer said, “the sounds were really coming from the jamming [on] all these percussions. I went for a traditional sound, so playing big native flutes and little South American guitars and all that African drumming.

In the video above, watch how this eclectic instrumentation creates an overall sonic palette of messy, chaotic, almost joyful tension that perfectly captures the show’s dark, comedic tone and fatalistic narrative drive. It continually amplifies the weight of an insult or failure, a chorus of monkeys pointing and laughing at their frazzled human cousins. “It brings more dimension and perspective to what’s going on, and maybe it adds to things that aren’t there, but could be there,” De Veer said of how the score is used in the series.

This sense of things that are half there, that could be there, driving the characters crazy, is key to how “The White Lotus” maintains suspense over its six episodes. The score continually selects a thread of anxiety that we feel, inevitably, will break.




The cast of “The White Lotus”

Finding actors who can nail that particular Mike White mix of dark humor, observation, and human frailty is something Meredith Tucker has been doing for some time. Tucker, who worked on previous white projects like “Brad’s Status” and “Beatriz at Dinner,” came to “The White Lotus” with several key roles already written for specific actors. White had Jennifer Coolidge in mind when creating the grief-stricken Tanya, for example, and envisioned Molly Shannon as the cheeky stepmother Kitty from the get-go. So Tucker consciously built a cast that could elevate the show’s delicate tone around existing plays.

One of the hardest parts to pin down, Tucker said, was Armond. In the video above, Tucker explained how she saw Murray Bartlett’s audition, she recognized someone the audience could latch on to and who could go to the depths that Armond eventually sinks into. “I think using his natural Australian accent, I think it really worked,” Tucker said of Bartlett’s audition tape. “He did this head cock and it, like, smile, not change his veneer, but you could tell the claws could come out at any time. It was like he was baring his teeth slightly and you knew he had the ferocity to go where this character was going. Whether it was with Armond, or with the suspicious and compassionate Belinda (Natasha Rothwell) or with the brooding and hurt teenager Quinn (Fred Hechinger), Tucker found actors who could go wherever the characters went, and let us see all the steps along the way.

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Dev Patel expands production team for the Minor Kingdom

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Oscar-nominated actor and producer Dev Patel today announced his production company Minor Realm, which currently has a premier deal with ShivHans Pictures.

Patel also expanded the banner with Lakshmi Iyengar and Samarth Sahni joining the team. The company’s mission is to explore and develop the creative landscape of too often overlooked voices and talents, bringing these stories to life on a broader basis.

Lakshmi Iyengar, who most recently served as vice president of global acquisitions and production at Sony Pictures Entertainment, will join Minor Realm as executive vice president, responsible for production and development. In his new role, Lakshmi will produce and oversee the company’s film and television development roster. While at Sony, she was responsible for the creation of films such as THE WEDDING GUEST with Patel, LATE NIGHT, AMMONITE, THE WORLD TO COME and THE BROKEN HEARTS GALLERY. Prior to Sony, her extensive studio experience began at Universal Pictures and Focus Features, where she worked in global acquisitions.

Samarth Sahni will join the company as executive vice president of production. In his new role at Minor Realm, Samarth will produce film and television projects under the corporate banner. Sahni has extensive production experience working on major studio releases including MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL, THE DARK KNIGHT RISES, LIFE OF PI and BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL. Sahni has worked with Patel to produce films, including his directorial debut MONKEY MAN, which is in post-production and has been acquired by Netflix, as well as THE WEDDING GUEST and the short HOME SHOPPER, which Patel directed.

“There are so many critical stories and visions of incredibly talented minds that need to be told, but too often there is no opportunity or opportunity to do so. Our passion at Minor Realm is to foster and defend these creative, ”said Dev Patel. “Lakshmi and Samarth both have solid backgrounds in developing a wide range of content and I couldn’t think of two better executives to work hand in hand with. ”

“We are delighted with the expansion of Minor Realm and the opportunity for ShivHans Pictures to continue to partner with such a creative team. Their vision perfectly complements the storytelling we seek to produce and we look forward to developing and expanding. presenting important voices and content to the public, ”said Shivani Rawat, Founder and CEO of ShivHans Pictures.

It was previously announced that Patel had signed a premier deal to produce, develop and create projects with the team at ShivHans Pictures, including CEO and Founder Shivani Rawat and President of Production Julie Goldstein. Patel and ShivHans Pictures previously collaborated on the film HOTEL MUMBAI in which Patel starred and was executive producer and ShivHans co-distributed with Bleecker Street.

Both Iyengar and Sahni will be located in Los Angeles, California, and will report directly to Patel.

Patel is represented by WME, Curtis Brown and Magnolia Entertainment.


Dev Patel Production Company Hires Minor Realm – The Hollywood Reporter

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Dev Patel’s new production banner, Minor Realm, has bolstered its film and television production team by adding Lakshmi Iyengar and Samarth Sahni to its executive ranks.

The Oscar nominee Hotel Mumbai star already has a first deal to produce, develop and premiere projects with Shivani Rawat’s production and finance company, ShivHans Pictures.

Iyengar, most recently vice president of global acquisitions and production at Sony Pictures Entertainment, will join Minor Realm as executive vice president and head of production and development. She will produce and oversee the company’s film and television development program. Sahni will join Minor Realm as Executive Vice President of Production and will also produce film and television projects under the company’s banner.

Sahni has worked with Patel to produce films, including his upcoming directorial debut, monkey manwhich is in post-production and has been acquired by Netflix, as well as The wedding guest and the short film home buyer, led by Patel.

Both Iyengar and Sahni will be based in Los Angeles and will report directly to Patel. “There are so many stories and critical visions of incredibly talented minds that need to be told, but too often there is no possibility or opportunity to do so. Our passion at Minor Realm is to foster and champion these creatives,” Patel said in a statement.

outraged monkey manPatel also starred in Armando Iannucci The personal story of David Copperfield and A24 The Green Knight. The Slumdog Millionaire star also earned an Oscar nomination for Lion in 2016.

Patel is represented by WME, Curtis Brown and Magnolia Entertainment.

Dev Patel launches Minor Realm production company

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Dev Patel on Wednesday announced the launch of a production company called Minor Realm and has expanded its production team with the addition of two industry veterans.

The ‘The Green Knight’ and ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ star has a first deal with ShivHans Pictures, which will apply to his work with Minor Realm. And joining his team are Lakshmi Iyengar, most recently VP at Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Samarth Sahni, who has production experience on such films as “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” and Patel’s “Life of Pi.”

Iyengar will serve as Executive Vice President, Head of Production and Development and will produce and oversee the company’s film and television development slate. Sahni will serve as the executive vice president of production and will produce film and television projects under the company’s banner. The company’s mission is to explore and grow the creative landscape of voices and talents that are too often overlooked, bringing those stories to life in a broader way.

Iyengar and Sahni will be located in Los Angeles and will report directly to Patel.

“There are so many stories and critical visions of incredibly talented minds that need to be told, but too often there is no possibility or opportunity to do so. Our passion at Minor Realm is to foster and champion these creatives,” Dev Patel said in a statement. “Both Lakshmi and Samarth have solid experience developing a wide range of content and I couldn’t think of two better executives to work with hand in hand.”

“We are thrilled with the expansion of Minor Realm and the opportunity for ShivHans Pictures to continue to partner with such a creative team. Their vision perfectly complements the storytelling we seek to produce and we look forward to developing and showcase important voices and content to audiences,” Shivani Rawat, Founder and CEO of ShivHans Pictures, said in a statement.

Dev Patel's Minor Kingdom

Iyengar most recently served as Vice President of Global Acquisitions and Production at Sony Pictures Entertainment. While at Sony, she served as creative director on such films as ‘The Wedding Guest’ with Patel, ‘Late Night’, ‘Ammonite’, ‘The World to Come’ and ‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’.

Sahni also has production experience on ‘Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol’ and ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ and is a producer on Patel’s upcoming debut film ‘Monkey Man’, which is in post-production and will be released by Netflix.

It was previously announced that Patel has signed an initial deal to produce, develop and create projects with the ShivHans Pictures team, including Rawat and production president Julie Goldstein. Patel and ShivHans Pictures previously collaborated on Patel’s “HoteI Mumbai.”

Patel is represented by WME, Curtis Brown and Magnolia Entertainment.

Dev Patel Launches Minor Realm Production Company, Gets Sony Hired

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‘The Green Knight’ star Dev Patel has launched his own production company, Minor Realm, which is on a mission to “explore and grow the creative landscape of voices and talents that are too often overlooked, bringing to life to these stories more broadly”. ”

Patel has already recruited two people for the new banner: Sony Pictures’ Lakshmi Iyengar and producer Samarth Sahni, both of whom will report directly to Patel.

Minor Realm, which will focus on both film and TV, already has an initial deal with ShivHans Pictures, developing and creating projects with ShivHans CEO and Founder Shivani Rawat and President of Production Julie Goldstein.

Iyengar most recently served as vice president of global acquisitions and production at Sony Pictures, working on films such as “Ammonite,” “Late Night” and “The Wedding Guest,” which Patel starred in. During her career, she also worked at Universal Pictures and Focus Features.

At Minor Realm, Iyengar will assume the role of Executive Vice President, Head of Production and Development, overseeing the film and television development slate.

Sahni joins Minor Realm as Executive Vice President, Production, Film and Television Projects Production. He has previously worked on major studio releases including “The Dark Knight Rises”, “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol” and “Life of Pi”.

Sahni is the producer of Patel’s first film, “Monkey Man”, recently acquired by Netflix. He was also a producer on ‘The Wedding Guest’ and Patel’s ‘Home Shopper’ short.

“There are so many stories and critical insights from incredibly talented minds that need to be told, but too often there is no possibility or opportunity to do so,” Patel said in a statement. “Our passion at Minor Realm is to nurture and champion these creatives. Lakshmi and Samarth both have strong experience developing a wide range of content and I couldn’t think of two better executives to work hand in hand with. hand.

Rawat added, “We are thrilled with the expansion of Minor Realm and the opportunity for ShivHans Pictures to continue to partner with such a creative team. Their vision perfectly complements the storytelling we seek to produce and we look forward to developing and bringing important voices and content to audiences.

Iyengar and Sahni will be based in Los Angeles.

Yahya Abdul_Mateen II announces the creation of a production company House Eleven 10, partner of Netflix

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - DECEMBER 19: Actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II visits Build to discuss the film

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – DECEMBER 19: Actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II visits Build to discuss the movie “Aquaman” at Build Studio on December 19, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Michael Loccisano / Getty Images)
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Award-winning actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is set to kickstart his empire with the launch of his production company House Eleven10, by Deadline. He has already partnered with Netflix.

“I’m so proud of the vision for House Eleven10, and couldn’t be more excited about Netflix’s shared passion for the ideas we’d like to bring to the world,” he said.

The name of the company is a tribute to his childhood home in Oakland.

“I want our films and shows to be moving in their construction of the world and dynamic in their character. We want to use a creative process that leaves room for magic and humanity in various narrative universes and in all genres, ”continued Abdul-Mateen II. “Finally, House Eleven10 seeks to showcase the talent of traditionally under-represented or neglected communities within the industry by including various filmmakers, writers and staff throughout our projects.”

Abdul-Mateen II has been one of Hollywood’s busiest and most in-demand actors in recent years. He won an Emmy for his performance as Cal Abar / Dr. Manhattan in Watchmen, faced Jason Momoa in Aquaman and terrorized a new generation of horror fans in Candy.

It’s a complete moment for the actor, as his defining role has come in the Netflix musical / drama series. Lowering.

“Yahya is an incredibly bright talent and we are privileged to have been there since the start of his career as Lowering see you more recently The Chicago 7 trialNetflix Original Film Vice President Tendo Nagenda said. “We are delighted to continue to collaborate creatively with him through House Eleven10.”

From Black mirror at Watchmen at Aquaman at Candy, Yahya hasn’t let us down yet, so he’s officially on our “I’ll Look Into Anything” list. His projects are always interesting, so if he’s going to be working behind the scenes as well, we’re definitely in it.

The next Abdul-Mateen II will be seen in Matrix resurrections, which hits theaters and on HBO Max on Wednesday, December 22. He will play with Jake Gyllenhaal in the action flick Ambulance, release scheduled for February 18, then cover of Black Manta in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, which is currently set for December 16, 2022.


This local production house helped shoot the next Jurassic World film

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Egyptian filmmakers and producers are quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with on the international film scene, winning a host of prestigious awards and shining the spotlight on often overlooked talent in the Middle East. Now, for the first time in the region, Egyptian production house Filmmedia has collaborated with Universal Pictures to produce the prologue to “Jurassic World: Dominion”, the latest installment in the acclaimed hit series about unleashed dinosaurs and the scientists who really should know better now.

Led by Egyptian cinematographer Ahmed Kardous, the all-Egyptian production team spent a month filming in the desolate deserts of the isolated island town of Socotra, Yemen, overseeing the shooting of the thriller’s first five minutes on dinosaurs. Ahmed Kardous served as the director of the second unit alongside industry veterans Colin Trevorrow and John Schawrtzman.

At first, Kardous was incredulous of being a part of the huge blockbuster movie. “It started with an email from Arcadia Pictures in the UK asking us to conduct research in Socotra in Yemen,” Kardous told CairoScene. “We went to England to finalize the proceedings and they took us to a room with walls covered with maps and documents. We were a little intimidated to be honest. Then take a stroll the famous American producer Colin Trevorrow! It was he who told us that we were going to produce part of the third installment of the Jurassic Park saga.

Filmmedia Production House was founded by the duo of brothers Ahmed and Hani Kardous in Egypt before moving to Dubai to work on major regional and international projects. The brothers have worked on a number of Egyptian films and shows, including “122 Movie” and “May’s Kitchen”. They have also produced work for Discovery Channel, ‘The Pilgrims’ Code’ based in the Netherlands and Google Apps.


AVB Media Asia, the leading one-stop-shop gateway production house, continues to be Marriott International’s videography and photography partner for 5 consecutive years

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AVB Media Asia extends creative cutting edge photography and videography services that can create lasting impressions and grab attention.

Bali, Indonesia – November 30, 2021 – Bali-based leading professional photo and video production house AVB Media Asia is pleased to share that it has continued to be the Videography and Photography (Asia-Pacific) supplier for the prestigious Marriott International for 5 consecutive years. The Bali-based company is renowned for providing world-class photography and videography services by expert industry professionals.

“We are honored that such a prestigious group as Marriott International loves us and believes in us. It’s a huge boost to inspire us to always be in tune with the value we believe in, where the goals are not to meet expectations but exceed them and always come out to be better than the best.

It was always amazing and lovely projects with Marriott International. We look forward to a long-term collaboration and relationship with Marriott International, ”said AVB Media Asia’s Head of Corporate Communications.

AVB Media Asia, https://avb.asia, has its representatives in Jakarta and Singapore to assist clients who come from many countries. With over 25 years in the industry, the company has served over 100 brands in over 10 different industries in Indonesia and overseas such as the United States, Japan, Singapore and more.

Specialized in all kinds of photographic and videographic productions, AVB Media Asia diversifies its expertise in certain results. Company Profile Video, Corporate Video, Hotel & Resort Video, Manifesto Video, TV Advertising, Aerial Videography & Photography, Videography & VR360 Photography are some of their services.

“We are the one stop solution for you and your brand when it comes to all types of videography and photography services. We believe in the massive revolution in technology and we keep abreast of the latest advancements by constantly renewing our equipment and developing our team’s skills in videography and photography. Explained the head of corporate communications of AVB Media Asia.

What sets AVB Media Asia apart from other production houses is its commitment to quality, services focused on creativity and interests. Speaking on, the head of corporate communications stressed that they are designed to create “clear, powerful and impactful stories” for brands that give a deep and lasting impression for viewers to take a moment to see the masterpiece.

“All of this quality we get from our very passionate creative team, our well-experienced and professional production team, our state-of-the-art equipment and more.

In addition to these, AVB Media Asia and its subsidiaries also offer branding, graphic design, digital marketing and event management services.

“We excel at creating high quality, impactful artwork in the right direction of the message you want to convey and we make sure your target market will have a good understanding of your brands. This is what we promise you ”.

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Yahya Abdul-Mateen partners with Netflix, launches production company

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Emmy-winning actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II has officially added the producer to his resume, with the launch of his production company House Eleven10.

Abdul-Mateen and House Eleven10 have also entered into a creative partnership with Netflix, the actor playing and producing films for the streamer under the new production banner. Named after his childhood home in Oakland, California, House Eleven10 aims to “be a place where the legacy of Abdul-Mateen II’s youthful stories will live in creative form; a home for different narrative universes, illustrating both the magic and the humanity within them, including extraordinary stories about ordinary people.

“I am so proud of the vision for House Eleven10 and couldn’t be more excited about Netflix’s shared passion for the ideas we would like to bring to the world,” Abdul-Mateen II said in a statement.

“I want our films and shows to be moving in their construction of the world and dynamic in their character. We want to use a creative process that leaves room for magic and humanity in various narrative universes and across genres, ”he continued, adding that“ House Eleven10 seeks to showcase the talent of communities traditionally under-represented or neglected within the industry by including various filmmakers, writers and employees throughout our projects.

The deal with Netflix continues the acclaimed actor’s run with the streamer, which began with his first professional role in Baz Luhrmann’s “The Get Down” in 2016. Since then, Abdul-Mateen has starred in “Black Mirror” by Netflix, “First Match” and “The Trial of the Chicago 7” – the winner of the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Film, where the actor played the co-founder of Black Panther Party, Bobby Seale.

“Yahya is an incredibly bright talent and we are privileged to have been there since the start of his career,” added Netflix original film vice president Tendo Nagenda. “We are delighted to continue to collaborate creatively with him through House Eleven10.”

The news marks the latest in a whirlwind of recent successes for Abdul-Mateen. In 2020, the actor won his first Emmy Award for his performance as Cal Abar / Dr. Manhattan in “Watchmen” before taking on the lead role in director Nia DaCosta’s “Candyman” this summer.

This is followed by high-profile portions of “The Matrix Resurrections”, where Abdul-Mateen reinvents the iconic character Morpheus, and “Ambulance” by Michael Bay, in which he stars alongside Jake Gyllenhaal. The actor will reprise his role as David Kane / Black Manta in DC’s “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom”, starring Jason Momoa.

In addition to his main acting roles, Abdul-Mateen II will produce several of his upcoming projects, including “Emergency Contact” (with Dwayne Johnson and Beau Flynn) and the Blitz Bazawule series “The Scent of Burnt Flowers” (which will be produced under its House Eleven10 banner).

Abdul-Mateen II is represented by WME, M88 and Ziffren Brittenham.

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Prithviraj production house embarks to present Ranveer Singh starrer ’83’ in Malayalam

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The Malayalam version of one of the most anticipated films of the year, “83”, based on India’s historic 1983 Cricket World Cup victory, will be presented by Prithviraj Productions by actor Prithviraj Sukumaran in association with Reliance Entertainment.

In a statement, actor Prithviraj said: “’83’ is the true story of the Indian cricket team’s greatest triumph of 1983. It is a gripping story that must be told and I am proud to present one of the most anticipated films across India and the rest of the world. “

Kabir Khan, director and producer of the film, said: “We are honored to have Prithviraj Productions on board and to support the release of the Malayalam version of ’83’. The film has a pan-Indian connection and with the support of Prithviraj, it is sure to appeal to the local audience. “

We will see Ranveer Singh step into the shoes of the legendary Kapil Dev. The film will also star Tahir Raj Bhasin, Jiiva, Saqib Saleem, Jatin Sarna, Chirag Patil, Dinker Sharma, Nishant Dahiya, Harrdy Sandhu, Sahil Khattar, Ammy Virk, Addinath Kothare, Dhairya Karwa, R Badree and Pankaj Tripathi.

Deepika Padukone will be seen in a cameo, playing Romi, Kapil Dev’s wife, in the film set for release on December 24.

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Prithviraj Sukumaran’s production house to present Ranveer Singh Starrer in Malayalam

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Actor Prithviraj’s production house will present ’83’ in Malayalam (Photo credit: Instagram / Twitter)

The Malayalam version of one of the most anticipated films of the year, 83, based on India’s historic 1983 Cricket World Cup victory, will be presented by Prithviraj Productions of actor Prithviraj Sukumaran in association with Reliance Entertainment.

In a statement, actor Prithviraj said: “’83’ is a true story of the Indian cricket team’s greatest triumph of 1983. It is a gripping story that must be told and I am proud to present the one of the most anticipated films across India and the rest of the world.

Kabir Khan, director and producer of the film, said: “We are honored to have Prithviraj Productions on board and to support the release of the Malayalam version of ’83’. The film has a pan-Indian connection and with support from Prithviraj it is sure to appeal to local audiences.

We will see Ranveer Singh step into the shoes of the legendary Kapil Dev. The film will also star Tahir Raj Bhasin, Jiiva, Saqib Saleem, Jatin Sarna, Chirag Patil, Dinker Sharma, Nishant Dahiya, Harrdy Sandhu, Sahil Khattar, Ammy Virk, Addinath Kothare, Dhairya Karwa, R Badree and Pankaj Tripathi.

Deepika Padukone will be seen in a cameo, playing Romi, Kapil Dev’s wife, in the film set for release on December 24.

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‘Royal team’ – Jesse Royal’s album production team hail project, say nod is already a win | Entertainment

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Songwriter, performer, and recording artist Jesse Royal sidestepped the traditional recording contract early in his career, initially choosing to pursue music as he pleased. Hailing from the rural farming community of Maroon Town in St James’s Parish, Jesse Royal’s words have always been ingrained in consciousness and he challenged stereotypes using music.

His first album Lily of the valley from Da, released by Easy Star Records, reached No. 1 on the US Billboard Reggae Album chart in 2017 and there were always plans to make another album that would match or exceed the first. But he knew it was a project he couldn’t do on his own. There was a diverse team of creative forces behind the recently Grammy-nominated album, Royal, to help realize his vision – some of whom have worked on projects that have already received the approval of the Recording Academy and others that pursue their dreams of being recognized by the coveted organization.

After the Grammy nominations announced earlier this week, Jesse Royal shared with fans on social media that with all the challenges he has faced, Royal to be named among the six in the category Best Reggae Album was already a victory.

He wrote: “If you know the struggles [we’ve] been through. The ups and downs, the smiles, the frowns. Confusion and the relentless search for solutions, you would know why this, in and of itself, is a triumph. Jesse Royal tagged several artists and music industry professionals in the post, such as incarcerated dancehall deejay Vybz Kartel and producer Iotosh, who made Rich forever, and other featured artists Protoje, Samory-I, Runkus and Stonebwoy to Dubwise founder Jason Panton, who worked on the album artwork.

“To each person who gave their energy without restraint. The dream team! We start with a purpose and never turn away. A good heart is always valuable, love is always real, Jah is more powerful than them all and all the voters, thank you for the nod to everyone who bought, listened, broadcast and shared you are appreciated, ”continued the artist in the Publish.

Simon Alexander Mitchell may not be a name everyone is familiar with in the industry, but under the nickname Vision Alexander (which Jesse Royal mentioned in the article) his portfolio as a songwriter has much to be admired. The Florida-based singer-songwriter has worked with such figures as Mojo Morgan, Jemere Morgan, Protoje, Koffee, and Teyana Taylor, among others. He is credited on six of the 11 tracks on the acclaimed album: LionOrder, Natty pablo, Differences, Dirty money with Stonebwoy, Rich forever with Vybz Kartel, and Natty dread.

“The first song Jesse Royal and Easy Star Records heard from me was LionOrder, and it was originally supposed to be a single, but the label [was] in album mode at the time. As a result of that he made us fly, myself and producer Sean Alaric, [in] for a writing camp, ”said Vision Alexander The gleaner.

This is the second nomination for Sean Alaric, who produced Throne featured on Koffee’s EP Rapture, which won the 2020 Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album. By the end of the trip, the songwriter and producer understood the mission, using LionOrder as a model of what the artist and the label expected.

He said, “The three of us plus producer Jon FX are working as a ‘dream team’, and we all had high expectations for the album. Jesse is one of the hardest working people I have ever met. I mean, he was just coming off tour when he ran the writing camp, his voice was gone, and he only had a week to do it, but he’s still got it 100% . He set the tone for what synergy means.

The album is more than a self-titled second production, and the recording artist would potentially have the most precise and meaningful definition of “Royal,” Vision Alexander said, but “the way it was put together has been done in a regal character, ”which says it all, and for that reason,“ this nomination looks like a victory ”.

“Everything, the way everyone – the way everything – came together to work on the album was organic. It was something ‘out of the mud’, and there wasn’t a big budget either, so just having the Recording Academy see the quality of the work was enough for me, ”added Vision Alexander.

RESOURCES AND RESILIENCE

Recording artist Runkus, who worked with Jesse Royal on the album’s ninth track, Like Dat, also reacted to the nominations. “It was a mixture of emotions for me, at first I hardly ever believe it,” he disclosed. “Joy, excitement, shock … yes we are working hard for that, and the album deserves [it], and Jamaican music is everything, but a lot of albums have been submitted.

Speaking of the opportunities generated by the album, the artist said that both emerging and established creators have contributed to the album.

“We all had a role to play or acted in more than one capacity; for the track, I helped create the rhythm, produce, design and write. Jamaica is one of those places where we as a people rely on our creativity to do things… look, there was never some technological advancement back then, but we made reggae. Out of resourcefulness and resilience, we use what we have and make it work. This is what makes us win. It makes me feel ready to take the step towards submitting an album, ”said Runkus.

Omar Currie, founder of Smart Kid Records, is also credited as a songwriter on Like Dat. He said that a session with the two recording artists spawned more ideas and productions. Already forging a fruitful path, he looks forward to more victories.

“In 2022, we have projects with more reggae artists. Runkus is a talented songwriter, musician and performer; you name it. It’s still a great chemistry, and there’s that resilience that allows us to unlock great things like what we did with Jesse with Like Dat,” he said.

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How to build an effective production team for your virtual event

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When planning a virtual event, visualizing and setting up a virtual stage is a pretty Herculean task. The scene must be intuitive to interact with and must inspire engagement. You want to see your audience engage with your content, with other participants, and build meaningful relationships.

You cannot do it alone. You need a team of stars with a range of skills to consider. How to structure the team? What are the main responsibilities for hiring? We’ll take a look!

Producer

This is the person who manages the production of your event from A to Z. They have a clearly defined schedule with them and they make sure everyone is in the right place at the right time.

Technical event manager

A technical event manager is a person who takes care of the computer / laptop. They work with streaming software which allows you to present live and switch between different streams and camera angles.

Camera operator

This is the person who will be on camera and if anything changes, they will make real-time adjustments to make sure you don’t lose the feed. They are also the ones who check whether the batteries are charged and whether all associated equipment is functioning correctly.

Sound engineer

An audio engineer plays a vital role in delivering audio from your studio to live audiences. This is a key role, as poor sound quality makes it difficult for audiences to engage.

Teleprompter operator

The teleprompter operator transcribes scripts or recordings on special screens that are used to prompt presenters to remember what they have to say.

Grab

A handful is responsible for setting up all lighting and camera equipment in the studio and is in charge of all mechanical arrangements involved.

Hairdresser and makeup artist

Your event can be a pre-recorded or virtual live event. Either way, you want to make sure your presenters look and feel great. With a hairdresser and a makeup artist, you will have everything covered.

Live Support

Setting up a virtual stage is one thing, but making sure it runs smoothly and all issues are resolved is another. You need someone to support you and fight the fires in real time!

Did you like the team we tried to assemble? Do you want to explore a virtual events platform that your A team will love to work with? Hubilo’s full-time support team make sure every event runs smoothly every time. Live a personalized demo here.


Johnny Depp opens UK production company | Movie theater

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Guest of the San Sebastian Film Festival to receive the prestigious Donostia Prize, Johnny Depp announced the creation of a new UK-based European production company, the IN.2 Films.

IN.2 is described as a new “UK based production house wishing to draw inspiration from original screenplays, literary and theatrical works to create film, television and theatrical productions emphasizing European sensibility coupled with American accessibility“.

The IN.2 will in fact be “sister“From Los Angeles-based American production company Depp, the Infinite nihil. After working on Pot of gold (directed by Julien Temple) ch The Minamata case (directed by Andrew Levitas), the producers Stephen deuters And Stephane Malit they will run the new company with Depp.

The first fruit of IN.2’s efforts is an agreement with A Contracorriente Films by Adolfo Blanco. The contract provides for the development of films and television series that will go into production between 2022 and 2023.

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From student to teacher, from budding artists to already known, to the most famous masters of all forms of communication, IN.2 will build a space where artists can be artists and feel free to create those moments. unexpected, those happy moments. accidents that lead to great art, giving them a way to bring their vision to life.

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Leeds production company invests in Prolific North motion control systems

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Tungsten Media has unveiled new robotic technology at its Leeds studios.

He has invested in a cinebot motion-controlled platform, which has been used by brands such as Kerrygold, Morrisons and Amazon in the past.

“We are excited to integrate these cutting-edge tools into our creative pipeline,” said Simon Sturgeon, Director and Co-Founder.

“Motion control has made it easier for us to deliver incredibly dynamic work for our clients and gives us the confidence to present bold and innovative ideas that can only be achieved with this technology. “

Sturgeon explained that it is one of the few studios in the country to offer end-to-end creative video production with robotic technology.

“The creative flexibility offered by a cinebot cannot be overstated, especially when combined with slow-motion shots captured by the Phantom, our high-speed camera,” added Creative Director and Co-Founder Andrew Beniston.

“We love to work our visual engineering muscles and it’s so rewarding to be able to demonstrate that anything we can imagine, we can deliver – while keeping the entire production pipeline in-house.

Motion controlled platforms can be programmed to perform a number of complex camera movements, in sequence, repeatedly and with great precision.


Workers halt work on OTT show due to unpaid wages, production house says “no voluntary delay”

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Nearly 300 daily paid workers have interrupted their work on the OTT show ‘Dharavi Bank’ after unpaid contributions of nearly a month, said on Wednesday Ashok Dubey, general secretary of the Federation of Cinema Employees of West India (FWICE). Dubey told PTI that workers are building the set for the Zee Studios-supported series ‘Dharavi Bank’, starring Vivek Oberoi and Suniel Shetty, in Film City on the outskirts of Goregaon here.

Work was interrupted Tuesday afternoon. More than Rs 50 lakhs of unpaid wages have not yet been paid by the production house, Dubey said. The show will air on MX Player.

Almost 300 workers are suffering because of a problem between the art director and the production house, Zee Studios. The workers have not been paid for almost a month now and finally stopped working yesterday. When I spoke to the production house, the rep informed me that they only received the invoice (from the art director) yesterday, so they won’t be able to immediately transfer the money to the workers. The estimate pending payment is over Rs 50 lakhs, ” he said. The workers are part of the Film Studios Setting and the Allied Majdoor Union.

According to Dubey, sooner the workers’ payments would come to the union, which would then be transferred to them.

But according to union guidelines, workers must now be paid directly, which is sometimes a problem. The production houses do not have their contact details, their account number … The workers also change constantly. This is a big prize, so it came out in the open, otherwise workers are regularly faced with these problems. Dubey said Zee Studios has assured payment will be made, albeit with some delay. “The production house said that since it does not have the details of all the workers, it could pay the union directly, which will then transfer the funds. They do not deny that they will not pay “, he added. According to the spokesperson for Zee Studios, there is” no question of late payments “.

The fact that there was no documentation discipline on the part of the crew employed. In fact, we raised the issues with the union and told them to intervene to resolve this issue. Payments are not delayed due to a deliberate delay by Zee Studios, ” the statement read.

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Mary Aloe, Founder of Aloe Entertainment Movie Production House, is Executive Producer of Halle Berry’s debut film in Bruised

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Bruised KO on Netflix, today November 24, with and directed by Halle Berry.

Beverly Hills, Calif., November 24, 2021 – (PR.com) – Directed by and starring Halle Berry, Bruised premieres today, November 24, on Netflix. The film stars Oscar winner Halle Berry in her directorial debut. The film was written by Michelle Rosenfarb. In the vein of Rocky and The Champ, it’s Halle Berry as a fallen MMA fighter who seizes a last stroke of redemption and the title when her young son whom she left behind 6 years ago returns. in his life. According to critics, the Oscar buzz is now happening for Berry in front of and behind the camera. The soundtrack was released on Warner Bros. with Cardi B, Saweetie, Young MA – all women. Bruised had its premiere at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival in September and the US premiere at the AFI Film Festival on November 13. It hits Netflix starting November 24 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Click the link to watch the official Netflix Bruised trailer.

Mary Aloe and the team at Aloe Entertainment are a film and television production and packaging house based in Beverly Hills, California. Mary Aloe and her team at Aloe Entertainment specialize in providing equity and mezzanine financing to films, as well as developing internal projects to be produced for film and television. The Aloe Entertainment team and its founder, Mary Aloe, have funded and / or produced 39 films (24 films in the past 6 years alone). Aloe Entertainment and its primary owner, Mary Aloe, produce and / or fund 4-6 films per year. Aloe’s movie roster for 2021 included Worth, starring Barack and Michelle Obama, Higher Ground and Mad River Pictures, which premiered at Sundance 2020, starring Michael Keaton and Stanley Tucci, and began streaming on Netflix. September 3 for rave reviews and was consistently in the top ten; Flag Day, directed by and performed by Sean Penn, Dylan Penn, Josh Brolin and Regina King through MGM’s United Releasing, hit theaters after our 2021 Cannes Film Festival premiere and will soon be on Amazon; Brèche, with Bruce Willis; and Wander, with Aaron Eckhardt and Tommy Lee Jones, both recently released as well. Some of their upcoming films which are in progress and / or in production for 2022 include Groove Tails, currently in production, produced by, co-written and with Jamie Foxx, and Marlowe, directed by Neil Jordan and starring Liam Neeson, who is currently filming. in Barcelona and Ireland. Upcoming projects slated for 2022 are Girl That Fell From The Sky, Ruin (who won the 2017 Blacklist Script), directed by Rupert Sanders, and just announced in Crafts, Couture, written and directed by Nick Cassavetes. For 2022/2023, Aloe Entertainment’s internal projects include Armistice and Birds Eye, both represented at WME.

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Mary Aloe, Founder of Aloe Entertainment Movie Production House, Produces Halle Berry’s Debut Film in Bruised

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Beverly Hills, California, November 24, 2021 — (PR.com) — Directed by and starring Halle Berry, Bruised premieres today, November 24 on Netflix. The film stars Oscar winner Halle Berry in her directorial debut. The film was written by Michelle Rosenfarb. In the vein of Rocky and The Champ, it’s Halle Berry as a fallen MMA fighter who gets one final shot at redemption and the title when her young son she left behind 6 years ago returns to her home. life. According to critics, Oscar buzz is now happening for Berry in front of and behind the camera. The soundtrack was released on Warner Bros. with Cardi B, Saweetie, Young MA – all women. Bruised had its premiere at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival in September and the US premiere at the AFI Film Festival on November 13. It comes out on Netflix from November 24 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Click on the link to watch the Netflix Bruised Official Trailer.

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Netflix to acquire Scanline VFX virtual production studio

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Mumbai: Netflix has announced its intention to acquire the virtual production studio Scanline VFX. The company is responsible for the visual effects of Netflix series such as “Cowboy Bebop”, “Stranger Things” and “Blood Red Sky”.

The company plans to complete the acquisition by the end of the first quarter of 2022 subject to regulatory approvals.

Founded in 1989, Scanline is headed by Stephan Trojansky, a VFX supervisor whose proprietary “Flowline” fluid rendering system won an Academy Award for Technical Achievement in 2008. The company has offices in Vancouver, Montreal, Los Angeles, London , Munich, Stuttgart, and Seoul.

The company is working on VFX effects for upcoming Netflix content including “Don’t Look Up”, “The Gray Man”, “Slumberland”, “The Adam Project” and “Stranger Things 4”.

“Netflix will invest in Scanline’s pipeline, infrastructure and workforce and continue to support the pioneering work that Scanline’s Eyeline Studios is doing in virtual production to push the boundaries of what is visibly possible,” said said Amy Reinhard, vice president of studio operations at Netflix.

Besides Netflix content, Scanline has done groundbreaking work on shows like “Game of Thrones” on movies like “Godzilla vs Kong” and “Zack Snyder’s Justice League”. “Going forward, the company will continue to operate as a stand-alone business and work with its variety of clients,” said Reinhard.

Netflix will continue to rely on other visual effects studios around the world “to ensure our creators have access to the most innovative technology in the world,” said Reinhard.


Review: An epic but shallow production, House of Gucci easily captures times and family dysfunction

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It is either a police drama, a comedic commentary on the dirty rich, or an anarchic overthrow of the ruling classes by the working class. Or a bloated combination of the three. However, you ingest director Ridley Scott’s second film of the year (after The last duel), Gucci House, there will likely be some actors you love and others you hate, along with an overwhelming feeling that the movie will never end.

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Based on the book by Sara Gay Forden (and adapted by Becky Johnston and Roberto Bentivegna), Gucci House is actually the story of Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga), who comes from humble beginnings working for her father’s trucking company and met Maurizio Gucci (Adam Driver) while he was studying to become a lawyer and did had no real interest in fashion, let alone the dynasty that bears his last name. To him, she was exciting and outgoing, while he was shy and overconfident. When he finally brings Patrizia home to meet his father Rodolfo (Jeremy Irons), who owns 50 percent of Gucci, his negative response to him is inevitable, but it fuels something in Maurizio that not only makes him a better. lawyer, but also his resolve to learn and participate in the rock solid business.

After getting married (his side of the aisle is practically empty), the couple bond with Maurizio’s uncle Aldo (Al Pacino), who owns the remaining 50% of the business and begins to see Maurizio. like the son he never had. Which is funny because he actually has a silly son in Paolo (an unrecognizable Jared Leto), who thinks he’s a designer even though his works are universally considered garbage. It is no coincidence that Aldo’s interest in Maurizio infuriates Rodolfo, which Aldo likes very much. Around this time, Patrizia begins to voice her opinions on how Gucci should be run and what her and her husband’s role should be in the business, which only makes Aldo laugh and explain to him that Gucci is no It’s not a women’s game and that her thoughts on the business are not needed or appreciated. This ignites a fire under her to not only take control of the business, but also eliminate her husband’s family members in the process. She’s a patient woman, and when Rodolfo dies, leaving her husband to control his 50 percent stake in the company, Patrizia begins to find his way.

Gucci House captures the late 1970s and beyond so convincingly it’s easy to get lost in the immersive layers of clothing, music, production design, and hairstyles. An interesting, if slightly indulgent, element of the film is Patrizia’s relationship with her medium, Pina Auriemma (Salma Hayek), with whom she became friends and ended up getting involved in more illicit criminal activity. Another major player in the Gucci Empire is the only non-family member, Domenico De Sole (Jack Huston), a leading financial adviser who puts Maurizio with investors from the Middle East at a crucial time in the recovery of the industry. company, but which has its own program, not surprisingly.

It wasn’t until the end of the film that the inner workings of Gucci began to take center stage, especially when Maurizio brought in an unknown American designer from Texas named Tom Ford (Reeve Carney) to put together a new collection, taking the fashion world by storm. At this point Maurizio and Patrizia are practically at war and he begins to see another woman, Paola Franchi (Camille Cottin, who recently caused a sensation in Still water), setting the stage for Patrizia to break down for good and prepare a most loathsome murder.

My point of view Gucci HouseThe players of is like this: Gaga is damn remarkable, from her fiery Italian accent to her ability to go from flirtatious to raging monster in the blink of an eye. Leto is a scream, even if it’s not his intention, but I’m pretty sure it is. He knows these people are ridiculous, and he turns himself into the crown prince of this circus of idiots. Driver is a bit of a miss here, but he’s also the character he plays; I think he does the job he was hired to do, but it doesn’t sound like someone I care about when he’s on screen – my eyes were always drifting to something flashier in the room. Pacino does too much as only Pacino can, and strangely enough, his Italian accent rings the most wrong. I’m not quite sure Ridley Scott intended to do a big comedy, but that’s what his finished movie is. It’s also quite too long, at almost 160 minutes, especially when there are such obvious tracts of land that could have easily been excised and would have greatly improved the movie.

Still, I found myself caught in the betrayal, indulgence, back stabbing, and awkward criminal activity on display, and these are actors I rarely tire of watching. If your curiosity takes over and you find yourself sneaking into your local theater to check out Gucci House, you’ll probably have fun even if you struggle to find any greater meaning in it all. Something this epic should mean something below the surface, right? Maybe you’ll spot that meaning like I did, or maybe that portrayal of excess, a lust for power, and a story of jealousy will be enough for you. Whatever your tastes, you’ll probably find something here for you, although not entirely to your satisfaction.

Gucci House is now in theaters.

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Kevin Spacey loses arbitration against “House of Cards” production company

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Actor Kevin Spacey has broken his contract with the company that produced Netflix’s “House of Cards” series, MRC, an arbitrator ruled.

MRC received nearly $ 31 million – $ 29.5 million in damages and $ 1.4 million in legal fees and costs.

“The safety of our employees, our sets and our working environments is of paramount importance to the MRC and that is why we have decided to push for accountability,” the MRC said in a statement.

Spacey was fired from the show in 2017 following several allegations of sexual assault and misconduct against him.

Spacey’s attorneys did not immediately return a request for comment.

In MRC’s motion to uphold the arbitration award, he said that once he learned of the allegations against Spacey, he suspended it. After investigation, he was dismissed. The documents say Spacey violated “the provisions of interim and executive production agreements that set standards for his conduct in the workplace, including by violating MRC’s harassment policy.”

The decision was made in October 2020, and Spacey’s appeal was dismissed earlier this month. The ruling became public on Monday when the MRC requested that the ruling be upheld by a Los Angeles court, according to The the Wall Street newspaper.

Spacey, who was the show’s executive producer, had already started filming season six of “House of Cards” when he was fired. The episodes had to be destroyed as the series rewrote the season.

MRC filed a lawsuit against Spacey in 2019. The actor has been the subject of several allegations of sexual assault and misconduct against him starting in late 2017.

That year, Spacey was accused by Broadway veteran Anthony Rapp and Mexican actor Roberto Cavazos of inappropriate sexual behavior. In an article published by Buzzfeed News, Rapp wrote that Spacey lay on top of him in 1986 when he was 14 in an incident that Rapp called sexual advance. Spacey said in a statement at the time that he did not recall the alleged incident but was “beyond horror” and apologized.

In 2018, Spacey was charged with indecent assault on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, in an incident involving a teenager, Variety reported. Spacey pleaded not guilty and the charge was later dropped when the alleged victim withdrew her lawsuit.


Beta Film acquires Swedish production company Unlimited Stories – The Hollywood Reporter

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Beta Nordic Studios (BNS), a division of German production and sales group Beta Film, has taken a 51 percent stake in Swedish production company Unlimited Stories.

Founded in 2016 by Poa Strömberg, Patrick Ryborn and Linus Stöhr Torell, Unlimted Stories has produced a number of successful local language feature films, including A piece of my heart, Sun and Knyckertz. The Stockholm-based group recently got into TV drama with the new series Missing persons, commissioned for the public broadcaster SVT.

Unlimited Stories will be the fifth company under the BNS umbrella, alongside Finnish production company Fisher King (Nymphs, Border town), Icelandic Sagafilm (The Minister, Stella blomkvist), the Norwegian group Cinenord (Atlantic crossing, Wisting) and Swedish Dramacorp (cryptid, Agent Hamilton). Beta Film established BNS in 2019, leveraging Beta’s global sales network to better fund and produce internationally appealing Nordic dramas.

“When Beta Nordic Studios pitched the idea of ​​a true partnership, we really felt that this matched our ambitions for the years to come,” said Poa Strömberg, CEO of Unlimited Stories. “Beta Film’s support and Beta Nordic Studios’ cooperation with Saga Film, Fisher King and Cinenord will take Unlimited Stories to the next level.

Tuesday’s deal for Unlimited Stories comes after a group of nine independent film and television production companies, including France’s Haut Et Court (Lobster, No Man’s Land), the German company Razor Film (Quo Vadis, Aïda?, Waltz with Bashir) and the Norwegian group Maipo Film (State of happiness) has established a creative alliance and signed a three-year partnership with Fremantle to develop and fund high-end drama series.

There is a push for greater consolidation and collaboration in the independent market amid a production boom driven by global streaming companies that have both increased budgets and concentrated financial and creative power in their hands. a small number of streaming and studio players.


Montana video production company Sly Dog invests in DJI Mavic Pro 3 Cine

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Montana video production company Sly Dog Production of Bozeman recently added the DJI Mavic 3 Pro Cine to their fleet.

“This drone, bar none, produces the best video image quality we have ever seen in our nine year history of flying aerial drones,” said Rusty Squire, DP and President of Sly Dog Production. He adds, “I was one of the country’s first 5,000 drone pilots and tested a lot of drones, but this drone improves the game dramatically over all previous drones.”

Sly Dog Production, a Montana video production house, has worked for California State University, FOX Sports, BBC, Montana State University, Swank Enterprises, Designing Spaces, Military Makeover, and completed hundreds of high-end real estate projects. for various agencies.

“This drone is capable of meeting the demands of high-end Hollywood productions that require the Pro-Res HQ 422 codec,” explains Squire. He adds, “The larger four-thirds micro image processor puts it on par with the DJI Inspire series for video quality.

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“The DJI Mavic Pro Cine was just released on November 3, 2021 and we ordered it immediately and just received it on November 16,” Squire explains. He adds, “We took him to the Hyalite Reservoir near Bozeman and Montana State University on November 17 to shoot the demo footage in the included video.”

“The clarity, dynamic range, and size of the sensor have all improved over previous generations of drones,” says Squire. He adds: “This drone also descends faster, climbs faster, flies faster and has improved features for automated flight coming in January 2022”.

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“Until November of this year, small drones were unable to produce cinema-quality footage, but that all changed with the introduction of the DJI Mavic 3 Pro Cine,” says Squire. He adds, “For our video production company in Montana, this technology is a game-changer because it really produces significantly better picture quality.

“In my nine years as a commercial drone pilot, this is the most significant technological breakthrough I have seen,” says Squire. He adds: “In 2022 there will be two types of commercial drone pilots, those who have the DJI Mavic 3 Pro Cine and those who do not; those who do not might be out of work.

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The new tracking features of the DJI Mavic 3 Pro Cine work much better than all previous DJI drones. “This allows perfect tracking of moving subjects and the obstacle avoidance systems have been dramatically improved,” Squire explains.

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“This drone also has razor-sharp photo images straight out of the camera that are more color-faithful than ever,” Squire explains. He adds, “It’s really a see-and-believe level of a technological leap for drones.”

“Customers who really care about picture quality like big corporations, Hollywood studios and big ranchers are going to start demanding this level of quality once they see it and, once you see it, and once you see it. ‘have, there’s no going back,’ Squire says. He adds: “It was the best new investment decision we have made for 2021 and 2022 looks very bright.”

If you would like to contact Sly Dog Production regarding your upcoming projects, simply call them at 406-425-2742 or visit them online at https://www.slydogproduction.com/.

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Stampede and UTA launch children’s and family animation production company Happynest

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Content company Stampede Ventures and United Talent Agency (UTA) have teamed up to launch Happynest, an animation production company focused on projects for children and families.

Here are the details:

  • Happynest will help artists incubate their ideas through artistic and financial support, and guide concepts from development to production and sales.
  • It will provide creators with expertise, resources and capital, working to help them retain creative and financial control over their properties.
  • The focus will be on projects covering “the entire media ecosystem”. The company will aim to create intellectual property that may cover books, games, toys, digital media, etc.
  • Sadaf Cohen Muncy (pictured above) will lead Happynest as head of development and production. She was previously Vice President, Entertainment and Executive Producer at MGA Entertainment. There, she established the entertainment division and oversaw productions – including animated titles – for brands like LOL Surprise !, Rainbow High and Bratz.
  • Happynest is funded by Stampede Ventures and UTA. The launch was led by Stampede Ventures CEO Greg Silverman and President Chris Bosco, alongside UTA partner Gregory McKnight and literary agent Anna Berthold-Zuk.
  • Greg Silverman started Stampede in 2018, after serving as President of Creative Development and Global Production for Warner Bros. The company has animation projects in the works, including the feature film Prince of Port-au-Prince and children’s series for HBO Max. The company announced in 2019 that it had hired Alberto Mielgo to write and direct a feature film.
  • UTA has a great presence in animation. Unique for a large agency, it has a dedicated animation center.


Halo adds Morrison from Evolutions to production team

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Post House Halo has added lead producer Stephen Morrison to its production team.

Morrison, who was previously at Evolutions, will be part of Halo’s internal production team led by production manager Louisa Sutherland-Smith.

The company is currently expanding its production and creative teams to handle the increase in complex Dolby VISION / ATMOS projects generated by the ever-growing SVOD market.

Halo Commercial Director Will Garbutt said, “Stephen joins halo with a tremendous amount of technical knowledge having worked as an editor and media support manager prior to going into production. In an age where the in-house post-producer is as essential to the post-process as the creative team itself, it is essential that we have producers with the advanced technical experience required to navigate these further workflows. more complex.

Morrison said, “I am very happy to join Halo. They are well known for their work on high end documentaries and factuals, which I have wanted to be able to focus on for years. Halo delivers to all the high-end SVOD platforms out there and being a part of those projects is fantastic. I have already received an incredible welcome from everyone and I am really looking forward to what will happen.

As part of a post-pandemic growth and investment plan, halo has added a number of additional Baselight rating systems and will roll out a ‘series of significant infrastructure projects’ and additions to its creative team in weeks and months to come.

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The brothers launch a production company in Memphis

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From making movies at home to hosting screenings at a local theater, two brothers from Memphis excel in the world of production with their new company.

One brother dreamed of being a director as a child and another discovered an interest in journalism.

The two have always wanted to make people laugh, so they came together to create something that would.

No matter where in Memphis, two brothers are able to turn it into a production set.

Like siblings, brothers Caleb and William Suggs don’t even agree on the little things, like who gave birth to their biggest idea. But what seems to be flowing is the partnership in their new production company, Studio Suggs.

“One thing I hear from people of color is that it’s so great to see two black people building something in Memphis in their own city and making it into something successful,” Caleb said. .

But regardless of race, age or preference, the Suggs brothers said it’s easy to find entertainment and inspiration in their movies.

“The very first thing you see on camera, you see a Hispanic couple, and then it spins around. and then there’s a white couple, and then you turn around, and there’s a black couple

Younger brother Caleb took the scriptwriting and directing reins.

“Caleb is like 24/7, when he’s not at work he’s doing something,” William said.

The two turn filming into full pre- and post-production, doing most of the work in their own bedrooms, bringing the films to life, and even hosting screenings at a local theater.

“We have a lot of interest in entertainment and in comedy in a way that no one else seems to be offering,” Caleb said.

Expanding their roots in comedy and entertainment, the two have collaborated with locals who also have interests in acting, directing and producing.

“What we want to do is inspire people, give them the opportunity to shine and create more opportunities for them in the future,” Caleb said.

Since working with Studio Suggs, the two team members have landed gigs for other films, fulfilling one of its objectives and production goal.

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ screenwriter says production company ripped him off in retrial

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Anthony McCarten, screenwriter of Freddie Mercury’s hit 2019 biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody,” has accused production company GK Films of failing to pay him the full amount owed to him in a new lawsuit filed Nov. 10 in Los Angeles.

McCarten, the film’s sole credited screenwriter, claims his contract entitled him to an “amount equal to 5% of 100% of ‘net proceeds,'” which the contract stipulated was to be “calculated, determined and payable in accordance with Standard Definition.” of the Company in relation to the Image (subject to good faith negotiation, including any endorsements to the standard definition that the Company customarily provides).

Filmed on a $55 million budget, “Bohemian Rhapsody” grossed over $900 million worldwide; despite this, McCarten says in his lawsuit, his “five points did not bring in a single dollar, as the picture has a deficit of $51 million – at least according to the accounting statements released by the Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation” .

McCarten’s lawsuit says that under his contract, the amount owed to him would be determined by GK Films’ own standards. However, the statements he received excluding any payment for the film “appear to be based on Fox’s definition of ‘Defined Net Proceeds’, rather than GK Films’ standard definition of ‘Net Proceeds’, as amended by a negotiation in good faith,” the lawsuit states. .

The lawsuit states that “all of McCarten’s conditional box office bonuses have been paid” due to the film’s historic box office success; despite this, according to the suit, Fox repeatedly informed McCarten that the film was loss-making.

The lawsuit also speculates that GK Films never had a definition of “net proceeds” and that it had “no intention of developing such a definition, as it had no intention” of determining what was due to McCarten.

In addition to GK Films, the lawsuit names a California-based company called WGAW, Inc., which the lawsuit says has an address in Santa Monica that also serves as contact information for GK Films. “Plaintiff is aware of and believes, and on that basis alleges, that GK Films transacts through WAGW, shares office space with WAGW, employs the same employees and officers, and has the same director,” the suit states. “Accordingly, in performing the acts alleged herein, WAGW, Inc. was acting as an agent, principal, employee or alter ego of GK Films.”

The lawsuit accuses GK Films of breach of contract, breach of implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and what amounts to shady accounting. McCarten is asking for monetary damages to be determined at trial, a “judicial statement of the contractual rights and duties of the parties in connection with the writer’s agreement here alleged” and a full account of the film’s takings. He also seeks coverage for court costs, prejudgment interest, and any additional relief to be determined by the court.

GK Films did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TheWrap.

Pamela Chelin contributed to this post.

China Evergrande sells its stake in a film production company for $273 million

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China Evergrande Group 3333,
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plans to sell its entire stake in a Hong Kong-listed film and TV production company for HK$2.13 billion ($273.5 million), the latest move by a debt-strapped conglomerate to generate cash.

The Shenzhen-based company is selling its entire 18% stake in HengTen Networks Group Ltd. 136,
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for HK$1.28 per share, a 24.3% discount from the last traded price, Evergrande Group said Thursday.

The company will incur a loss of approximately HK$8.5 billion from the transaction, calculated based on the difference between the consideration and the book value of the shares sold at the end of June.

The Evergrande Group had borrowed heavily and grown aggressively for years, buying up hundreds of plots of land across China, building giant high-rise residential buildings and selling many apartments years before completion. It has also diversified into theme parks, healthcare services and electric vehicles.

Over the summer, cash flow problems mounted for the company and its bond prices plunged to distressed levels, preventing the company from turning to the capital markets to raise more funds.

The frenzy left the Chinese real estate giant the equivalent of about $300 billion in debt at the end of June, including about $20 billion in dollar bonds outstanding. Payments on several bonds are due next week.

Proceeds from the sale will be used for the company’s general working capital, Evergrande Group said.

Indian production house Windows announces 2022 film slate, Entertainment News

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Indian production house Windows has announced a list of its upcoming releases for next year.

With an interesting lineup of four films on the big screen in 2022, Windows boasts of a content-rich presentation.

Beginning the year with the release of Jisshu Sengupta’s “Baba, Baby O” on February 4th, Windows is moving forward with Soumitra Chatterjee and Swatilekha Sengupta’s latest association with production house, “Belashuru”, which is also a tribute to the deceased veterans by the directors. Nandita Roy and Shiboprosad Mukherjee.

In the second part, we attend the release of ‘Lokkhichhele’, directed by Kaushik Ganguly, on June 17th. The film toured many international festivals. They then plan to end the year with the release of the sequel to Nandita-Shiboprosad’s 2018 hit film, “Haami 2,” on December 23.

Speaking of the releases, Windows co-founder Shiboprosad shares: “It has been a difficult time during the pandemic with theaters across the country long closed. Now, as screens reopen, we are happy to announce the eagerly awaited releases of four films that we shot and completed during the hiatus. ‘Lokkichhele’ and ‘Baba Baby O’ are making a great chatter through film festivals even before the release and now we can’t wait to showcase our hard work at the audience. “

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Yacht Club establishes sales and expands production team

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Yacht Club, a full-service production company with in-house VFX and CGI based in Brooklyn, announced its new US sales lineup: Sharon Lew of Lew & Co manages sales on the east coast; Dave Campbell of Rogue Rep covers the West Coast; and Jack Reed of Jack Reed Reps covers South and Texas. The Yacht Club roster is made up of Director / DP Jake Ladehoff (Storytelling, Lifestyle, Docu Style) and Director / DP / Editor Matt Morgan (Table, Food, Health & Beauty), as well as Directors Michael Lukk Litwak ( comedy, dialogue) and Fidel Ruiz Healy (Visual, Comedy, Dialogue), which are not exclusive.

Founded in 2014 by four partners with extensive experience in technical filmmaking – EP Joe DePasquale, Director Ladehoff, Director / Editor Morgan and Head of Post Zach Law – Yacht Club is aimed at agencies and clients looking for turnkey solutions offered by the company’s vast internal resources. In addition to its talent roster, the Yacht Club is home to animation, visual effects and CGI capabilities, a filming kitchen, cameras and lighting, a prop library, editing suites and CGI workstations.

“We are delighted to have Dave, Sharon and Jack join our team,” said DePasquale. “The past 18 months have seen a lot of growth for the Yacht Club, and we look forward to having more eyes on our work, especially on the west coast and in the south where we have had little exposure. Our growth so far has been largely organic and word-of-mouth, so we look forward to taking a more aggressive business approach.

2021 saw the Yacht Club take off, winning repeat deals with Burger King, via HogarthWW (production agency) and their WPP cohort DAVID Miami (creation), spinning 4 Morgan-led spots since July. The company also continued its previous branding campaign for Gillette with the King C. Gillette 2022 campaign via Circus Maximus. This too was done by Morgan, who also took photos for the campaign.

Ladehoff, meanwhile, directed, shot and shot still images for Avocado Green Brands’ “Natural as Love” campaign. Yacht Club has partnered with this client on a number of projects over the past 18 months. This year, Ladehoff also produced commercials for pharmaceutical customers Abbott and GSK.

“With our full service capabilities and practical directors, the Yacht Club has always taken a modern approach to production centered on efficiency and maximizing the creative potential of a concept,” added DePasquale. “Our infrastructure was able to prove itself during the period of COVID restrictions – working with small teams and tight deadlines is no stranger to us. Dave, Sharon and Jack have a great understanding of our model, and we look forward to them helping us present our work to a wider range of producers and creatives.

The constant flow of business prompted the partners to hire a new producer: Kristina Rathjen, formerly Production Manager at Assembly / MacGuffin, where she focused on live action and tabletop productions, both of which are part integral storytelling, docu-style, and product-oriented work for which the Yacht Club is becoming known.

“We’re easy going and easy to work with,” DePasquale concluded. “Our partners’ backgrounds in features and spots inform our hands-on approach. We love to experiment with techniques and technologies, leveraging our internal resources to maximize on-screen dollars, while remaining flexible, scalable and creative.


45-acre film and TV production studio breaks ground in Athens

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While watching the credits for Disney’s “Jungle Cruise” one evening, Athens-based real estate developer Joel Harber noticed that the film was made on location in Hawaii and on sound stages in Atlanta. With a desire to put his hometown on the map of Georgia film production, Harber began his own quest to make it a reality.

Cut to Tuesday, when Athena Studios broke ground on a $60 million, 45-acre soundstage development at 900 Athena Drive, which will include more than 350,000 square feet of film and television production space featuring multiple soundstages, support buildings, production offices and a state-of-the-art educational facility.

Athena Studios is a partnership between Athens-based commercial real estate development and brokerage firm Reynolds Capital and local developer Tim Burgess. Harber, a UGA graduate and president of Reynolds, will serve as CEO of the studio, which is expected to be operating at full capacity in two years.

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This artist's rendering provided by advertising and PR agency Talking Dog shows an overview of Athena Studios, a 350,000 square foot film and television production facility that opened November 16, 2021 at 900 Athena Drive in Athens , Georgia.

A soundstage at Athena will be used by the University of Georgia and the Georgia Film Academy to train the next generation of film industry professionals. MFA Film and Television Production students will expand from their current 2,000 square foot space on campus to 14,000 square feet at Athena Studios.

Harber told the Banner-Herald that the studio’s main goal was to remain in constant production by employing members of the IATSE union on television shows from companies such as Netflix and Warner Brothers, and that he would also be open to working with independent productions.

“There’s a wealth of creative talent in Athens in all facets of what you need to do in film and TV,” Harber said. “I hope some of that revolves around us.”

This artist's rendering provided by advertising and public relations agency Talking Dog shows the entrance to Athena Studios, a 350,000 square foot film and television production facility that opened Nov. 16, 2021, in 900 Athena Drive in Athens, Georgia.

Erams Entertainment Production House to Release Short Narrative “Meet Mr. Chang” – ThePrint

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New Delhi (India), November 16 (ANI / PNN): The production house called on eminent director Ashwin Kaushal Bharti to discuss this short film which focuses on the consequences of the pandemic and the effect it has had on professionals of this generation.

Eram Aftab Faridi is a young and dynamic entrepreneur and actress who has guided and led the next generation of genius in the film industry to new heights. With his production house Erams Entertainment, Eram Faridi seeks to welcome level postmodern performers by creating a launching pad for new talent.

The production house has experienced a meteoric rise after winning the International Feature Short Film Festival award for its brilliantly produced narrative short, “The Last Breath”, directed by established director Ashutosh Singh.

She is also the Managing Director of the international consulting firm Rabiyaa International Consultants Pvt Ltd based in Uttar Pradesh. Eram is also the current executive director of nonprofit organizations; First Feeling Foundation and Uprise India Initiatives, as well as the National Advisory Board Member of the President of the State of Delhi.

Other accolades held by Eram include being a member of the National Consumer Rights & ANTICRIME Bureau. Her philanthropic efforts are evident as National President of Beti Bachao Beti Padhao at the Maa Sheela Devi Trust Mathura. The Indian government’s Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao campaign aims to raise awareness and improve the effectiveness of social programs for young women.

She is also the ambassador of the I-Sign campaign. In addition, Eram is also named the current chief district organizer of the National Congress Party in Northwest Mumbai and Maharashtra Prabhari on the online news portal RN TODAY.

Through his efforts on various police forces, his many humanitarian efforts have been applauded by many layers of society. Now his production house is set to wow audiences again with his groundbreaking short film “Meet Mr. Chang”, written and directed by the talented Ashwin Kaushal Bharti. The film focuses on the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.

On the planet, once every few centuries, a decisive event occurs that changes the course of human history. The COVID-19 virus has been a global catastrophe that has altered the trajectory of human civilization in multiple ways. These changes, as well as their long-term effects on the global economy, have been enormous, and they will undoubtedly alter our view of society and the way professionals have been affected by this global catastrophe.

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Latinx-Led Production House Exile Content Studio Acquires Dixo, The Pioneering Latin American and Spanish Podcast Leader | Business

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LOS ANGELES – (BUSINESS WIRE) – November 15, 2021–

Exile Content Studio, the Hollywood content producer led by Latinx, has announced the acquisition of Dixo, the world’s leading Spanish-language podcast network and production company.

Under the slogan “We are podcasts”, Dixo began its foray into podcasting in Mexico in 2005, producing and curating a list of informative, diverse and practical audio content. With over 5,000 productions released to date, spanning genres and categories such as science fiction, film, economics, literature, politics, wellness, nutrition, and more, Dixo counts a sizable audience of listeners committed to becoming the leading Latin podcast network. America. Dixo in addition to being published on its website www.dixo.com, are also available on platforms such as Amazon, Apple, Google and Spotify, speakers of the Spanish language around the world.

In this announcement, María Teresa Pérez, COO of Exile Content, said: “It is a great pleasure for me to welcome Dixo and its visionary leader Dany Saadia, to Exile Content Studio. At Exile, we are all excited about the opportunity to not only expand our podcasting efforts and generate new intellectual property, but also lead the charge in the growth and development of the podcast industry in the United States and in Latin America.

One of the first to embrace the podcast format, CEO and founder Saadia started Dixo 16 years ago with the belief that the Spanish-language podcast could transform storytelling in Latin America. Saadia said, “Since its inception, Dixo has been a bootstrap startup, so we are delighted to join Exile with their talent, expertise and resources to expand the reach of podcasts and continue to create quality content for audiences across the world. Spanish speaking world. . “

According to Edison Research, which produced the first-ever Latino podcast report last year, 25% of Latin Americans are monthly podcast listeners, of which 70% come from predominantly Spanish households. These numbers are growing rapidly as Spanish is fast becoming the second universal language for podcasting, and US tech companies are taking note and investing heavily in this category.

Together, Exile and Dixo will continue to develop podcasting with content that is culturally relevant to their audience, with branded content / advertising opportunities as part of the partnership.

About Exile Content Studio

Exile produces premium content in Spanish and English for global audiences across multiple platforms: television, film, audio and digital. Launched in 2018, the award-winning full-service studio team recently co-produced Todo Go A Estar Bien with Diego Luna as showrunner and Sueño Real, on the Real Madrid women’s football team with journalist Ana Pastor. Prior to launch, the Exile team produced three seasons of El Chapo for Netflix and produced the critically acclaimed, Emmy and Sundance Audience award-winning documentary, Science fair, in addition to Netflix Who killed Malcolm X and The traffickers.

Exile continues to develop impactful original content while leading the charge of diversity in entertainment in partnership with top Latinx creators.

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PICARD PRODUCTIONS – Expands its production studio and offices

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Santa Monica movie, TV, streaming and music production company gets a facelift

2021 has been a banner year for us!

– Executive producer, Nicole Picard

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA, USA, November 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – PICARD PRODUCTIONS INC Expands Production Studios and Office

The film / photography studios and production company office are now located in a larger space, located in Ocean Park, Santa Monica, CA 90405, with several rentals already booked through the end of 2022.

They have produced music videos, streaming series and short films which have received numerous awards for Best Actress, Supporting Actress and Best Director for the Company’s In-House Director Nicole Picard as well as Best. theme song for Lineage Tribe and most recently Best LGBTQ Short Film at the LA Indies Awards for their sitcom pilot SURPRISE!

They recently wrapped up filming on the character sketch comedy / short, 1st Woman, incorporating the #SEEHER gender campaign with several notable actresses making guest appearances.

Look for the song and music video “You Got the Feelin”, on multiple channels, launched with the first episode of the LINEAGE TRIBE series on YouTube.

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HiViz LED Lighting selects Blackmagic cameras and switcher for its new production studio

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FREMONT, Calif.—Blackmagic Design has announced that HiViz LED Lighting is building a new production studio using the Blackmagic Studio Camera 4K Pro and Blackmagic Studio Camera 4K Plus live production cameras.

The lighting technology company also uses an ATEM Mini Extreme ISO live production switcher for multi-camera switching and live editing as it develops original content for the fire and emergency service industries.

Founded by Sam Massa, an active North Carolina firefighter, EMT and HAZMAT technician, HiViz LED Lighting manufactures lighting equipment used in the fire and emergency service space ranging from stage lighting LED headlights for emergency vehicles. Massa started the company in 2010 to help first responders work safer and more efficiently after dark.

Massa explained that “due to the nature of our products, we are constantly filming near very bright flashing LED lights in dark environments, so the dynamic range and color science of the new Studios cameras is crucial to our Extreme Lighting Conditions Also, since we need to show off our lights and their visibility day and night, the Studio Cameras’ exceptional performance in low light is a must for us.

Massa recently began building his production studio where he and his team will create original content, including podcasts, panel interviews, how-to videos and more, for their social media and YouTube channel, HiVizLEDS.

With the intention of filming both in the studio and on location, Massa selected a Blackmagic Studio Camera 4K Pro for its professional XLR and 12G-SDI audio, which will be useful for outdoor live events where there is significant distance. between the camera and ATEM Mini. Extreme ISO, plus two Blackmagic Studio Cameras 4K Plus.

For studio multi-camera switching and live editing, Massa uses an ATEM Mini Extreme ISO and DaVinci Resolve Studio.

“In addition to quality, our workflow relies on speed, as we aim to post at least one video per week, as well as hosting twice-daily video conferences with our clients,” Massa added. “ATEM Mini Extreme ISO’s ability to create DaVinci Resolve project files is essential for quickly transforming content. We are able to record feeds from multiple cameras and do most of our edits live, quickly adjusting edits in post as needed. »

Massa decided to build the new studio around a Blackmagic Design workflow after using a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K digital camera to film trainings and video conferences to connect with clients instead of in-person trade shows in 2020. He immediately recognized the impact video content could have on his long-term business.

“Since working with first responders, our clients have had a lot of downtime at fire stations to absorb content. We have found we can engage with our existing audience and reach new clients through video content Innovative Investing in more Blackmagic Design equipment has allowed us to increase the quality of our productions.

“We are a small company, competing in a market where there are larger, more established competitors,” Massa concluded. “With our Blackmagic Design gear, we differentiate ourselves and position ourselves as a leader in the field by reaching our customers and prospects with more professional content.”

Exile Content Studio, the production house run by Latinx, acquires Dixo, the pioneering leader of podcasts in Latin America and Spanish

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LOS ANGELES–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Exile Content Studio, the Hollywood content producer led by Latinx, announced the acquisition of Dixo, the first podcast network in Spanish and production company.

Under the slogan “We are podcasts”, Dixo began its foray into podcasting in Mexico in 2005, producing and curating a list of informative, diverse and practical audio content. With more than 5,000 productions published to date, covering genres and categories that include science fiction, film, economics, literature, politics, wellness, nutrition, and more, Dixo has a sizable audience of listeners committed to becoming the main podcast network in Latin America. Dixo in addition to being published on its website www.dixo.com, are also available on platforms such as Amazon, Apple, Google and Spotify, speakers of the Spanish language around the world.

In this announcement, María Teresa Pérez, COO of Exile Content, said: “It is a great pleasure for me to welcome Dixo and its visionary leader Dany Saadia, to Exile Content Studio. At Exile, we are all excited about the opportunity to not only expand our podcasting efforts and generate new intellectual property, but also lead the charge in the growth and development of the podcast industry in the United States and in Latin America.

One of the first to embrace the podcast format, CEO and founder Saadia started Dixo 16 years ago with the belief that the Spanish-language podcast could transform storytelling in Latin America. Saadia said, “Since its inception, Dixo has been a bootstrap startup, so we are delighted to join Exile with their talent, expertise and resources to expand the reach of podcasts and continue to create quality content for audiences across the world. Spanish speaking world. . ”

According to Edison Research, which produced the first-ever Latino podcast report last year, 25% of Latin Americans are monthly podcast listeners, of which 70% come from predominantly Spanish households. These numbers are growing rapidly as Spanish is fast becoming the second universal language for podcasting, and US tech companies are taking note and investing heavily in this category.

Together, Exile and Dixo will continue to develop podcasting with content that is culturally relevant to their audience, with branded content / advertising opportunities as part of the partnership.

About Exile Content Studio

Exile produces premium content in Spanish and English for global audiences across multiple platforms: television, film, audio and digital. Launched in 2018, the award-winning full-service studio team recently co-produced Todo Go A Estar Bien with Diego Luna as showrunner and Sueño Real, on the Real Madrid women’s football team with journalist Ana Pastor. Prior to launch, the Exile team produced three seasons of El Chapo for Netflix and produced the critically acclaimed, Emmy and Sundance Audience award-winning documentary, Science fair, in addition to Netflix Who killed Malcolm X and The traffickers.

Exile continues to develop impactful original content while leading the charge of diversity in entertainment in partnership with top Latinx creators.


Christian actor sues Broadway production company for firing him because of his religious beliefs: Society: Daily Christianity

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A Christian actor reportedly sued a Broadway production company in October for firing him because of his religious beliefs.

The Christian titles Chad Kimball said has sued Kiss The Cod Broadway and Alchemy Production Group who “illegally terminated Kimball in whole or in part because Kimball’s religious beliefs made them uncomfortable.” Kimball is one of the cast in “Come From Away,” a Broadway musical that debuted in 2016 about a small town that openly welcomes people despite differences in religion, race, or creed on September 11th.

In an Instagram post on October 25, Kimball underline the irony of belonging to the musical has yet experienced something totally opposed to its “message”.

“The Broadway musical ‘Come From Away’ tells the story of a small town welcoming people from all over the world on September 11, regardless of creed, race or religion. However, as the complaint alleges I I filed, some associated with the show lost sight of that message and didn’t show me the same kindness, ”he said.

Kimball expressed hope that those he worked with would understand his actions for filing a complaint over the “discrimination” he suffered while being a part of the musical.

“I hope those on the show who are not involved in this discrimination will understand that I cannot stand idly by and allow the violation of my protected civil rights to go unchallenged: by the grace of God, everyone of us is valuable, “said the actor.

The lawsuit alleged Kimball was fired after expressing disappointment with Washington’s COVID-19 warrant that limits in-person worship services and chanting during worship in November 2020. He also claimed Kimball was fired for his “conservative” Christian beliefs from the play crew. and staff began questioning him about it after the January 6 riot at the United States Capitol.

Kimball specifically cited in the lawsuit a Jan. 18 phone call from the play’s producer, Susan Frost, about the connection between the Jan. 6 Capitol riot and the conservative Christian movement. Kimball was fired four days after the phone call on Jan.22.

As previously stated, Kimball openly expressed his disobedience to Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s “illegal orders” on places of worship in a November 16, 2020 article in Twitter. Kimball said it was already a matter of “controlling” rather than keeping people safe.

“Respectfully, I will never allow a governor, or anyone, to stop me from SINGING, let alone singing in honor of my God. Friends, absolute POWER corrupts ABSOLUTELY. is not a matter of security. It is a matter of POWER. illegal orders, “the actor remarked.

Kimball’s tweet, however, took the actor to heavy criticism last year from internet users and his own colleagues who reported “disagreements” with him on the issue.

The producers of “Come From Away,” however, called Kimball’s claims of his dismissal “completely unfounded,” underscoring the play’s theme of “diversity.”

“Chad’s claims are completely unfounded. This show is built on the power of diversity, and we celebrate every voice. We can’t comment further given HR privacy rules, and we wish Chad all the best. in its future projects “, Christian Post quoted the producers as saying.



Hollyoaks production company suffers drop in profits

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Production company Lime Pictures has suffered a drastic drop in revenue following the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Liverpool based company behind Hollyoaks, The only way is Essex, Geordie Rive and Celebrities are dating filed documents with Companies House revealing that its turnover rose from £ 69.5million to £ 50.8million in 2020.

Profits also fell by almost half, from £ 5.7million to £ 3.2million. The accompanying reports said the pandemic “has created significant volatility” and caused “economic uncertainty and disruption” in the industry.

However, the report adds: “The importance and relevance of high-quality television content is increasing in an ever-changing media landscape… [with] changing consumer consumption behaviors, the growth of new global platforms and changing demand tastes for genres and formats. “

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The production company is also committed to raising “awareness of major social and topical issues” and “showing wide diversity and inclusion on screen” in Hollyoaks.

The Channel 4 soap opera is Lime Pictures’ most successful show, winning the company a number of industry awards, including Digital Spy Reader Award, Broadcast Digital Awards and a Writers’ Guild of Great Britain award.

Lime Pictures has also produced various spinoffs for its hit reality shows, including Judge Geordie, The Hollywood Nights of Mark Wright and Gemma Collins: Diva Forever. It was also behind Free rain on Netflix.

The film and television industries have struggled to stop or suspend productions due to positive coronavirus tests. Game Of Thrones spin off Dragon house, the second season of Bridgerton and Peaky BlindersThe final series all suffered production delays due to positive tests.

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The industry has also had to adhere to new standards, including social distancing, forming “bubbles” with the cast and crew, and quarantining before filming.

Coronation Street has recently been the subject of criticism from fans due to the social distancing visible in the series. Toyah Battersby actress Georgia Taylor said the restrictions are necessary “to keep the show on the air” by preventing production from being interrupted by positive tests in the cast and crew.

Hollyoaks Currently airing new episodes Monday through Friday at 6:30 p.m. on Channel 4, with first screenings at 7 p.m. on E4.



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Treedome to open record store and production studio in downtown Rochester

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The duo behind Treedome, a new downtown creative studio and retail store, want to help push Rochester’s music scene to new heights.

Maggie Panetta and Nate Nelson have secured a lease for Treedome at 309 South Broadway, in the former Big Brad’s. The location will sell records, vintage clothing, and skate accessories. The space will also serve as a production studio for the company, as well as an occasional concert hall.

Founded five years ago in Winona, Treedome has become best known for its work promoting shows and producing music videos. It also offers additional event services and has partnered locally with a number of events including the Night Market series and concerts at the Thesis Beer Project.

Nelson said these partnerships, along with the energy they see developing in Rochester’s art scene, have been major factors in relocating their business here.

“What Rochester has is momentum, and a group of people who are really interested in driving that momentum forward,” Nelson said.

Panetta, from Rochester, said they were also encouraged by what they saw taking shape downtown – with a number of creative businesses now open along the block, some of which they have been working with. already worked.

“Because of all these people on the block, we thought we would be in a great position to collaborate with them and help re-energize this block even more – especially for pedestrian traffic and organizing events,” said Panetta, referring to companies like Art Heads Emporium and Threshold Arts.

Treedome will host a grand opening at its new location on November 19.

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Shashank Khaitan launches his own production company Mentor Disciple Films

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Mentor Disciple Films Announcement Poster (Photo credit: Shashank Khaitan/Instagram)

By: Mohnish Singh

One of Bollywood’s most successful filmmakers, Shashank Khaitan, announced on Thursday that he is becoming a producer with the launch of his own production house, Mentor Disciple Films.

Khaitan made his directorial debut with Dharma Productions’ Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania (2014), starring Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt in the lead role. Before turning to directing, he assisted veteran filmmaker Subhash Ghai on films like Black and white (2008) and Yuvvraj (2008).

In a post on social media, the 39-year-old writer-director said he was always blessed with exceptional mentors throughout his life and it was with this intention that he decided to help budding filmmakers.

“I’m super excited to announce my foray into production with Mentor Disciple Films. I have been blessed with outstanding ‘mentors’ in all spheres of my life and with each story and film, under this banner, I hope to continue to learn and give back,” Khaitan wrote.

The commercial success of Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania spawned another film in the same universe titled Badrinath Ki Dulhania with the same star cast. In 2018, Khaitan led Ishaan Khatter and then debutant Janhvi Kapoor in Dhadakthe Hindi adaptation of the acclaimed Marathi film Sairat (2016).

Khaitan last directed a short in the Netflix anthology Ajeeb Daastaans (2021). He is currently busy with his next film Mr Lele, starring Vicky Kaushal, Kiara Advani and Bhumi Pednekar. The film is expected to hit the marquee next year in 2022.

Keep visiting this space again and again for more updates and reveals from the world of entertainment.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s production team pays tribute

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Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali introduced actors Ranbir Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor Ahuja to the film industry with its director and production “Saawariya” in 2007. The film ended 14 years after its release on Tuesday, the production house of Bhansali has paid tribute to the film via social networks.

The film also starred actors Rani Mukerji and Salmaan Khan in key roles.

The film was adapted from the short story by Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoyesky entitled “White Nights”.

Although Bhansali is not on any social media platform, his production house’s official Instagram account has descended into the past by posting stills from the film and behind-the-scenes footage.

They also uploaded a video paying tribute to the film.

Bhansali, known for his great directing style, is now preparing for the release of his next film ‘Gangubai Kathiawadi’. The film stars actress Alia Bhatt in the lead role along with actor Ajay Devgn. The film is scheduled for release on January 6, 2022.

Meanwhile, Ahuja is working on his next film “Blind” and Kapoor awaits the release of director Ayan Mukherjee; “Bhramastra”. He will also be seen in ‘Shamshera’ and ‘Animal’.



The X Factor production team Anton Attard and Mark Grech, the brains behind the Maltese shark tank

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Anton Attard and Mark Grech, the production team behind X Factor Malta, will be producing the next Maltese version of the commercial reality show Shark Tank.

The renowned local producers are the two shareholders of Greatt Company Ltd, which produces the show in association with Malta Enterprise as a main partner and Sony Pictures Television.

Attard and Grech told Lovin Malta that Shark Tank was recognized as the world’s premier commercial television show.

“This format in Malta aims to change the business game in several ways,” they said.

“This will provide an opportunity for many people to realize their business dreams, some by improving their product through an injection of capital and others by getting the help and mentorship needed to start their business careers. We look forward to opening applications and meeting the candidates!

The Shark Tank format sees budding entrepreneurs pitch business ideas to a panel of investors (known as The Sharks), who will then decide to invest money in the idea.

While entrepreneurs need to convince the Sharks to part with their money and give them a chance, the Sharks are looking for a good deal that will give them a return on their investment.

The US Shark Tank sign (Photo: Shark Tank)

The show started in the United States, with Kevin O’Leary, Barbara Corcoran, Daymond John, Mark Cuban and Robert Herjavec playing the role of Sharks, with international versions launching in a number of countries, such as Australia, India, Mexico and Nepal.

Although the Maltese ‘sharks’ have yet to be confirmed, a number of big name companies are circulating and applications for nominees are expected to open on Thursday, coinciding with the Malta Enterprise Startup Festival.

Shark Tank Malta will begin airing in April 2022 on Sunday at 9 p.m., shortly after the end of the third season of X Factor Malta.

Cover photo: Left: Anton Attard with former Eurovision winner Michela Pace, right: Mark Grech (Photos: Facebook)

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New virtual production studio in Atlanta planned by Trilith Studios – The Hollywood Reporter

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Trilith Studios and NEP Virtual Studios are preparing to open a virtual production studio in Atlanta.

The Prysm Stage installation in the studio for projects like Black adam and Loki will allow visual effects to be performed in real time on set, and comes as major producers adjust to safer film and TV shooting plans amid the pandemic.

The technology partner is NEP Group, which recently formed NEP Virtual Studios after acquiring virtual production specialists LuxMC, Halon Entertainment and the Prysm Stages brand. The 18,000-square-foot Prysm stage at Trilith – 80 feet wide and 90 feet long – will have an expansive LED volume designed to accommodate large pieces of decor that can be wrapped 360 degrees with LED panels, including an LED ceiling. 26 feet tall and equipped for video playback driven by a game engine.

The effect will be to immerse filmmakers in a giant real-time digital sandbox from the first quarter of 2022. “Ensuring the success of a virtual production shoot depends on a solid stage setup and a production team. experienced in place. The Prysm scene at Trilith is just another example of how we rely on Trilith Studios to bring the best solutions to our productions, ”said Mitch Bell, vice president of physical production at Marvel Studios, in a statement. communicated.

Atlanta’s Trilith Studios recently expanded to 24 soundstages, including five specially designed soundstages as a permanent home for the latest in filmmaking technology.


Reese Witherspoon cried after selling production company Hello Sunshine for $ 900 million – Everett Post

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Reese witherspoon flirted with billionaire status when she sold her production company, Hello Sunshine, for $ 900 million in August.

Talk to In the style, the 45-year-old actress explained that selling her business was not a decision she made lightly.

“It was two, maybe three months of negotiating over the phone all day. Calls at one in the morning, ”said Witherspoon, who added,“ I didn’t know much about private equity. I had never sold a business in my life. I have learned so much.

The Legally Blonde star said it was very bittersweet to say goodbye to Hello Sunshine.

“I cried. I cried, and I thought about my grandmother, and I cried some more. I thought about all the women who didn’t have these opportunities, and I thought about myself. feel really lucky to stand on a path that other women have created for me, ”Witherspoon recalls.

Hello Sunshine was more than her baby, she adds. The company has helped her break the stereotype that stories about women – and told by women – are neither profitable nor interesting.

The company has produced hit movies and TV shows, including Gone Girl, Big Little Lies, The Morning Show, and Little Fires Everywhere, which put all women front and center.

So, when negotiating the final sale of her business, Witherspoon said, “I was very clear about what the stories of women mean in a market. So that had to be a number that meant it was big business because women are big business. Female audiences are big business. Female directors are big business. You can’t ignore half of the world’s population and say it doesn’t matter economically; they do.”

Witherspoon will still oversee the day-to-day operations of Hello Sunshine, along with the CEO Sarah harden, and they will both remain significant shareholders.

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Film Alum launches a production company

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Taylor Film and media production major is an award-winning film, television and video production program featuring 550+ recognitions, film festival acceptances and a record 17 nominations for the Lower Great Lakes Emmy organization’s student production awards in 2021. Whether it’s developing skills in screenwriting, cinematography, directing, production, editing, sound design and more, students do it through the intentional lens of Christian Foi.

Freelance videographer Landry Long ’19 said one of the most important opportunities he had as a film student from Taylor was with Taylor Hollywood Internship Program. He took the lessons he learned back home to Indianapolis, where he owns and founds a growing production company called Film House Sol.

Bring the film to the fore

A passion for music and entertainment has always been woven into the fabric of Long’s DNA. He finds inspiration in the creativity and universality of the industry – how people around the world, even across language barriers, can come together around a song or artist they love. He learned that pursuing a film career could be his vehicle into the entertainment world.

After graduating from high school, Long began making short films and shooting weddings to earn money during summer vacation. This passion continued in his college career when he joined Taylor’s Film and media production program. There, students can take immersive and collaborative courses such as narrative filmmaking, documentary filmmaking, directing and cinematography, and post-production methods to hone their skills.

Long remembers how one day Appeals and Careers Office director Jeff Aupperle visited one of his classes to offer a workshop on freelance work. The workshop examined whether participants might be well suited for more independent work after taking an assessment with a numerical scale. Long took the assessment.

“I remember my count was absurdly high for wanting to do your own thing or start your own business,” Long said. “My mindset has always been to branch out and try a lot of different things, and the summer of my freshman was when we shot one of our first music videos, and I realized that the world entertainment – like shorts and music – is what I love the most.

Determined to dive into life as a freelance designer, Long began pursuing projects outside of class, going above and beyond. He continued to seek opportunities to make videos for clients, music videos and short films, both for the classroom and in his spare time.

During that season, he teamed up with other Taylor filmmakers and supporting ties in the Taylor Community that would stay in his life after graduation.

“The best thing Taylor has given me are the people I still work with and the connections with longtime friends beyond my job,” Long said. “These are people I know I will always stay in touch with and I will be grateful to Taylor for that forever.”

Lessons from LA

Long semester at Taylor Hollywood Internship Program allowed him to do an internship at the production company Doomsday Entertainment. Doomsday is known for his music videos for Childish Gambino, One Republic and Justin Bieber, in addition to clients such as Nike, Samsung, Beats by Dre and Old Spice.

Long’s role involved many clerical duties, but his closeness to industry professionals gave him a valuable “behind-the-curtain glimpse” to see what life can be like in a production company. Before returning to Indiana, Long even got to work on the set of Justin Beiber’s music video for “Yummy.”

Seeing the creative process in action was both eye-opening and educational for Long as he worked to start his own production company in his country: Sol House Film. The team of directors, producers and directors of photography is made up entirely of Taylor alumni.

“There’s a whole pre-production process that includes so many different variables, and I fell in love with that process,” Landry said. “The idea of ​​putting together a team, figuring out the budget… I really liked that there was so much more than I thought. ”

One skill Long was excited to bring back to his friends at Sol House was how to do treatments: detailed PDFs or PowerPoints for an agency or label that outline the room plan. Treatments can include script summary, reference footage, cinematography ideas, and other attachments so clients get an accurate picture before filming even begins.

Long’s boss in Los Angeles gave him treatment models before he left so he could adapt his own. They have proven to be incredibly useful as Sol House produces their own music videos, shorts and client work.

“I wanted to reflect what I learned during this internship and say, ‘You know, that’s what they’re doing over there, so we have to do it here, but maybe on a smaller scale.’ , Long said. “I think more than anything seeing the operations behind everything in my internship kind of revolutionized how Sol House works today.”

In addition to Sol House, Long recently started leading a band he had worked with in recent years: Leland Blue. He liked to diversify his skills and discover where his love for management, music and cinema meet.

Film, Faith and Friends

Another Taylor experience that Landry says helped him develop personally and spiritually was competing on Taylor cross country team.

When the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic abruptly interrupted Long’s full steam ahead lifestyle, he saw it as a gift to be able to slow down and reflect on the lessons he had learned with his team and in his spiritual life. . He said it was a time of faith building for him, and he and his wife began a Bible study outside their home when the lockdown was lifted.

“Personally, I think I’m a much better filmmaker and hard worker because athletics has really made it all better for me,” Long said. “I’m a better person, a better teammate, and it all continues in life and after college, so I’m so grateful that I got to be a part of this team… People I would call friends for the rest. of my life, like the people who are in our Bible study, are all from Taylor. It’s a really special place to meet a lot of special people.

As Long looks to the future, he has a piece of advice for fellow film students who are thirsty to put their own work into the world:

“It’s so easy to prioritize these projects and their outcome, if you get perspectives, and all that, but at the end of the day the only thing that matters is that people love working with you and respect what you think and do, ”Long said. “Whenever that’s compromised, I know it’s time to take a step back and reassess what’s really important and make sure I love the person next to me because that’s what we do. are called to do. “

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How Encanto’s production team added Colombian authenticity to the film

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Disney Animation’s latest feature film, “Encanto,” focuses on the extended Madrigal family, who possess magical powers and live in an enchanted house. Only the teenager Mirabel, dubbed by the actress of “In the Heights”, Stéphanie Beatriz, does not have the gift of incantation.

The film, which hits theaters on November 24, is rooted in Colombian culture. So filmmakers Byron Howard and Jared Bush traveled to Cartagena and Bogotá to study details that would capture the essence of the country. Howard says, “We visited Bogotá, Cartagena and small towns like Barichara, Salento and Palenque and stunning natural sites like the Cocora Valley, and spent time with Colombian families.”

Howard and Bush also discovered secret forests and magical places called ‘encantos’, which helped storytellers, including Charise Castro Smith, bring the Latin experience to the feature film and firmly root the story in magical realism. . According to Howard, “These are all over Latin America, usually in areas of natural wonder. Our friends in Colombia have told us that magic happens in these places and always has. But not European magic, not wizards and wands, but magic linked to emotion and part of a tradition called magical realism.

The touches of associate production designer Lorelay Bove were more inspired by Colombian houses. “We added accessories that one would find in a Colombiana cocina – like a molinillo, which is a hot chocolate stirrer; a corn mill; and the traditional clay pottery called La Chamba.

Bove and the artistic team wanted to make sure the house radiated energy and vibrancy. “We looked at different ways the house could move and we thought, ‘What if the stairs move like a shelf? ” “, she says.

“The only thing the directors said was that there had to be truth in the materials,” Bove adds. “They didn’t want to bend wood or metal; they always wanted to make it believable. The spaces inside the house reflected the people and their powers. This meant that the non-magical Mirabel room was rather simple.

In comparison, his cousin Antonio, voiced by Ravi Cabot-Conyers, can communicate with animals. Bove gazed at Colombia’s coastline and consulted with botanists to reflect the natural landscape in the decor of his room, filling it with greenery and native animals, including a jaguar and a few toucans and capybaras.

Antonio may be shy, but his huge heart is his greatest asset, which is matched only by his newly acquired magical ability to communicate with animals.
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For each character, Bove incorporated elements of Colombian folklore as well as allusions to their personality.

For example, the youngest daughter Luisa (Jessica Darrow), who has superhuman strength, has images of dumbbells embroidered on her traditional skirt. The designer also used specific colors and patterns to differentiate each of the costumes. “We wanted to make sure we organized families through distinct color palettes, to make sure our audience could track who is who and which member is on each side of the family. The Mirabel family has cooler tones in their clothes, while Aunt Pepa [Carolina Gaitan] and uncle Félix [Mauro Castillo] have warmer color palettes.

Additionally, the studio’s 60th animated feature film includes eight original songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda, who also ensured that the music for the film was infused with the music of the country.


“Yumi’s Cells” production team reflects on the first season

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Poster images for tvN drama (left) and “Yumi’s Cells” webtoon (Tving, Naver Webtoon)

Lee Sang-youb, who directed the tvN drama based on the webtoon “Yumi’s Cells”, did not expect to receive many compliments about the series after the end of the first season, knowing that his adaptation of the beloved original web comics might disappoint some fans.

“Because the original webtoon, written and drawn by author Lee Dong-gun, was such a popular work and loved by many readers, I was very worried and had a lot to consider. But I was happy to hear that the first season of ‘Yumi’s Cells’ was well produced in that it was very similar to the original web comics,” Lee said in an online interview with reporters on Friday.

The webtoon has over 3.2 billion cumulative views and over 5 million comments over the past five years.

The drama series, a combination of action and animation, follows Yumi, a woman in her thirties, navigating the ups and downs of everyday life and her 200 brain cells. The cells, which appear as animated human-like figures, control Yumi’s emotions, thoughts, and actions.

When choosing the actor for the role of Yumi, Lee looked for someone with positive energy.

“During the process of finding the actor to become our Yumi, we searched for actors of the same age as Yumi. The actor also needed to show positive energy, which is the biggest charm of the original character. Kim Go- eun was our answer,” the director said.

During the first casting script reading, screenwriter Song Jae-jeong was amazed by the actors’ performance.

“I wasn’t sure if the actors matched the characters until the first script reading. But I was impressed with the two actors Kim Go-eun and Ahn Bo-hyun from the first episode until the end of season 1. I am honored and happy to work with such splendid actors,” added Song.

Song, who is widely credited for working on hit dramas including “W” and “Queen and I,” shared an interesting story about why she chose “Yumi’s Cells.”

“While working on the script for ‘Yumi’s Cells’, I realized that I had written many projects closely related to stories about new dimensions. Like “Queen and I” and “Memories of the Alhambra,” I was drawn to “Yumi’s Cells” because it was also a series involving different dimensions,” Song said.

The director, when asked what he thought of the first season, said the excellent performance was due to incredible teamwork.

“When we formed the production team for the series, most of our employees were already big fans of the original webtoon. Some people told me that they might get angry if other people were working on this. Everyone was very keen to deliver the energy and great stories of the original ‘Yumi’s Cells’ and I think viewers recognized our efforts,” Lee told the Korea Herald.

Although the production was difficult, co-writer Kim Yun-ju was sure viewers enjoyed the dramatic version.

“I was very nervous and felt pressure about how viewers and fans would see our ‘Yumi’s Cells.’ But I felt relieved after seeing myself enjoying the first episode,” Kim said.

Season 2 of “Yumi’s Cell” is currently in production with a release date yet to be confirmed.

By Lee Si-jin ([email protected])

The production team of “Yumi’s Cells” looks back on the first season

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Lee Sang-youb, who directed the tvN-based webtoon drama “Yumi’s cells”, didn’t expect to receive many compliments about the series after the end of the first season, knowing that its adaptation of the comics Beloved original webs might disappoint some fans.

“Because the original webtoon, written and drawn by author Lee Dong-gun, was such a popular work and loved by many readers, I was very worried and had a lot to consider. But I was happy to hear that the first season of ‘Yumi’s Cells’ was produced well in that it was very similar to the original web comics, ”Lee said in an online interview with reporters on Friday.

The webtoon has racked up over 3.2 billion views and over 5 million comments over the past five years.

The drama series, a combination of live action and animation scenes, follows Yumi, a woman in her 30s, navigating the ups and downs of everyday life and her 200 brain cells. Cells, which appear as animated human-like characters, control Yumi’s emotions, thoughts, and actions.

When choosing the actor for the role of Yumi, Lee looked for a person with positive energy.

“During the process of finding the actor to become our Yumi, we looked for actors of the same age as Yumi. The actor also had to show positive energy, which is the original character’s greatest charm. Kim Go -a was our response, ”the director said.

Upon first reading the cast’s script, screenwriter Song Jae-jeong marveled at the cast’s performance.

“I wasn’t sure the actors matched the characters until I read the script for the first time. But I was impressed with both actors Kim Go-eun and Ahn Bo-hyun from the first episode until the end of season 1. I’m honored and happy to work with such gorgeous actors, ”Song added.

Song, who is widely credited with working on hit dramas including “W” and “Queen and I”, shared an interesting story about why she chose “Yumi’s Cells”.

“Working with the script for ‘Yumi’s Cells’, I recognized that I had written many projects that were closely related to stories on new dimensions. Like “Queen and I” and “Memories of the Alhambra,” I was drawn to “Yumi’s Cells” because it was also a series involving different dimensions, ”Song said.

The director, when asked what he thought of the first season, said the excellent performance came from incredible teamwork.

“When we formed the production team for the show, most of our staff were already huge fans of the original webtoon. Some people have told me that they might get angry if other people do. working on this project. Everyone was very eager to deliver the energy and the beautiful stories of the original ‘Yumi’s Cells’ and I think viewers recognized our efforts, ”Lee told the Korea Herald.

Although the production was difficult, co-writer Kim Yun-ju was sure viewers enjoyed the dramatic version.

“I was very nervous and felt the pressure on how viewers and fans would view our ‘Yumi Cells’. But I felt relieved after watching myself enjoy the first episode,” said Kim.

Season 2 of “Yumi’s Cell” is currently in production and the release date has yet to be confirmed.

By Lee Si-jin ([email protected])


Jennifer Hudson presents new talk show with the production team of Ellen Degeneres

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Could Jennifer Hudson be the next big talk show host? According to new reports, the American Idol alum is presenting a new show to potentially debut after Ellen Degeneres wraps up her final season.

According to Variety, the show would be produced by the same crew as the Degeneres show, although it is not a continuation of that show but rather a brand new series.

Jennifer Hudson presents her own talk show

Variety reports that the Hudson show would be Warner Bros. new flagship daytime talk show. TV after DeGeneres ended the airing of its own show. The Ellen DeGeneres Show Executive producers Andy Lassner and Mary Connelly were reportedly showrunners on the Hudson test show, which was filmed on the DeGeneres stage.

The outlet also reports that meetings are taking place this week about the show and things are apparently improving. Deadline reports that the show is premiering in the fall of 2022, adding that the Hudson show could end up airing back-to-back with The Kelly Clarkson Show, which takes over the DeGeneres time slot.

Sadly, hosting a TV show won’t help Hudson achieve that coveted EGOT status. She already has an Emmy for her work as an executive producer on Baba Yaga. She’ll need a Tony to finish things off.

SEE ALSO: JENNIFER HUDSON EXPOSES THE “EGO” RING, IT IS NOW JUST AT TONY OF EGOT STATUS

Could Hudson be back to back with Kelly Clarkson?

How cool it would be to see two famous American Idol alumni who organize their own talk shows every afternoon? Clarkson won the show’s first season, and Hudson was one of the fan-favorite contestants for season 3.

The two singers also served as coaches on The voice. Clarkson has been a part of the US version of the series since Season 14. Hudson has coached Season 13 and Season 15, and she has also been on the UK version of the series three times.

Jennifer Hudson recently played the role of music legend Aretha Franklin in the film Respect. Her last original studio album was in 2014, but she sang several of Franklin’s most iconic songs on the biopic soundtrack.

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Power of the Dog: the production house’s hopes for the Oscars

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Sherman jointly runs See-Saw Films as a company in two countries. His office is in Paddington, Sydney, and Co-Managing Director Iain Canning is in London.

“The time zone is the bane of my life and definitely the bane of a lot of people in UK life,” he says. “But we are really trying to use the competitive advantage that we have, that we are based in two countries – not one with a satellite – bringing together the creative talent, the talent for storytelling, the financial resources, the landscapes. and production talent from Australia and New Zealand with England and Europe.

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Since The King’s Speech, the company has become a mini studio, with 14 films released (including Shame, Tracks, Lion, How to talk to girls at parties, Mary Magdalene, Widows and Ammonite) and four others on the way (The power of the dog, War drama by Colin Firth Operation Minced Meat, detective thriller by Joel Edgerton The foreigner and The son, Florian Zeller’s sequel to his Oscar-winning film The father).

As recently as last week, Amazon paid $ 30 million ($ 39.8 million) for another movie: Garth Davis’ sci-fi thriller An enemy, which will tour in Australia early next year starring Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal.

While See-Saw started out as a film producer, its production shows how much the entertainment industry has changed as competing streaming services and cable channels increase their schedules.

Since he did two seasons of Top of the lake with Campion, See-Saw shot television series for Apple TV (Gary Oldman and Kristin Scott Thomas in the spy thriller Slow horses then Claire Danes and Tom Hiddleston in the period drama The Essex Snake) and Netflix (action comedy The new legends of the monkey and youth series Falling for something).

Producers Emile Sherman, Iain Canning and Gareth Unwin with their Oscars for the King’s Speech. Credit:Photo: Reuters

Other series have been for the international cable channels AMC (Indigenous vampire drama Fire bite), Foxtel / Showtime / Sky (drama The end) and Sundance TV (State of the Union). And three others for the BBC (period drama Banned, comic drama Love Nina and Colin Farrell in the whaling drama Northern water).

While The power of the dog Premiered at the Venice Film Festival and screened at the Sydney Film Festival this week, it was made for award-hungry Netflix.

Three years ago, Campion told Sherman at a Bondi cafe that she wanted to adapt Thomas Savage’s 1967 novel. The power of the dog. He and Canning immediately read it.

“Before even reading it, Iain and I knew we wanted to work with Jane on the movie because it sounded good but, more importantly, we stood behind Jane on whatever she wanted to do,” he says.

“We were extremely relieved to read the book to realize that it has the potential to be a bubble. It just has a fantastic story with a compelling cast of characters, and it combines epic visual storytelling with complex character psychodrama, a brilliant ending, and an ability to cast incredible actors.

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They developed the screenplay, cast Cumberbatch and Elisabeth Moss – later replaced by Kirsten Dunst due to a conflict with the filming The Handmaid’s Tale – and created a Cannes bidding war two years ago that Netflix won. Paul Dano was set to play the other brother ahead of a schedule clash with The batman meant he had been replaced by Plemons.

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Campion shot the film in New Zealand because of how it could pass for Montana in 1925. It hits theaters Thursday and hits Netflix on December 1st.

Sherman, who also co-hosts the social issues podcast Principle of charity, says the company is looking to take more advantage of the “rising tide of content” for streaming services, making both movies and series.

“Television is not what it used to be,” he says. “There is a world – and it’s only just beginning in Australia now, really – to support bolder, more distinctive voices at higher budget levels… There are fantastic opportunities to keep the quality really high but expand the number. programs for our broadcast partners and audiences. “

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Dwayne Johnson says his production company is getting rid of real guns on set

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The actor and producer made the statement in an exclusive interview with Variety. “First of all, I was heartbroken. We lost a life. My heart goes out to his family and everyone on set. I’ve known Alec for a very long time as well.” Johnson said.

“I can’t speak for anyone else, but I can tell you, without a lack of clarity here, that any movie we have with Seven Bucks Productions – any movie, any TV show or whatever we do or produce – we will not use real weapons at all “, he added.

Johnson further revealed that Seven Bucks will now replace real ammo with rubber pistols.

“We’re going to switch to rubber guns, and we’re going to take care of them on the job. We’re not going to worry about the dollars; we won’t care what it costs.

“I think the safest and smartest thing to do is pause for a second and really reconsider how you’re going to move forward and how we’re going to work together.

“All the movies that we do that Seven Bucks does with any studio, the rule is we’re not going to use real guns. That’s it.”


Kangana Ranaut performs Diwali pooja with her family in her production house Manikarnika Films

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Kangana Ranaut shared her excitement on social media as she performed Diwali pooja with her family members at the office of her production house, Manikarnika Films. Taking her Instagram account, Kangana posted photos of the pooja in which she looks gorgeous, wearing a white and gold ethnic outfit.

In addition to the photos, Kangana wrote a heartfelt caption, tracing her journey so far and expressing her gratitude. She also wrote that filming for the upcoming movie “Tiku Marries Sheru” will begin next week.

“No excitement like the excitement of Diwali … Morning Pooja at the office … Next week our first production Tiku wife Sheru goes on the floor … I came to town with nothing … Gratitude for all divine blessings I had along the way … Looking back this trip seems surreal … Happy Diwali to all @manikarnikafilms, “she wrote. For the uninitiated, Kangana produces the film “Tiku marries Sheru” under his production company Manikarnika Films. This will be his first digital business.

The film is presented as a dark comedy with actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the lead role. Meanwhile, on the cast side, Kangana will be seen in “Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda”, “Emergency”, “Dhaakad”, “Tejas” and “The Incarnation: Sita”. (ANI)

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Says His Production Company To Stop Using Real Guns After Deadly “Rust” Shoot

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson says real guns will not be used on his productions after the fatal shot from a crew member on the set of Alec Baldwin’s movie “Rust” last month.

At the premiere of Johnson’s new film, “Red Notice,” on Wednesday night, the 49-year-old actor said “Variety” that his production company, Seven Bucks Productions, will no longer use real guns in the future. He said they would switch to rubber propeller guns instead.

“I can’t speak for anyone else, but I can tell you, without a lack of clarity here, that any movie we have with Seven Bucks Productions – any movie, any TV show or whatever we do or produce – we won’t be using real guns at all, ”Johnson said.

“We are going to move on to the rubber guns, and we will deal with them afterwards,” he added. “We’re not going to worry about the dollars; we won’t care about what it costs.”

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson attends the World Premiere of Netflix’s “Red Notice” on November 3, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.

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The “Jungle Cruise” actor, who is known for his action-packed films, told the entertainment outlet he was “heartbroken” to learn of the loss of the director of photography Halyna Hutchins. After his death, he said he called his team to discuss the changes to make the settings more secure.

“There are protocols and safety measures that we have always taken in the film industry and take very seriously, and these sets are safe sets, and we are proud of them,” he said. “But accidents do happen. And when something like that happens of this magnitude, [that is] This heartbreaking, I think the safest and smartest thing to do is pause for a second and really reconsider how you’re going to move forward and how we’re going to work together. “

His comments come two weeks after the actor Alec Baldwin shot dead Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza on October 21 while rehearsing for Rust. According to court records, Baldwin pulled the trigger after Assistant Director Dave Halls announced the weapon was safe to use.

Lawyers for Hannah Gutierrez Reed, the firearms crew member on “Rust,” said she had “no idea” where the live rounds came from, and that the weapons were locked away every evening and at lunch. Reed’s attorneys alleged the set “became dangerous” and said it was “extremely difficult” for her to focus on her responsibilities as a gunsmith as she was hired for two positions. Baldwin shared the posts of a crew member disputing reports poor working conditions.

New Mexico officials continue to investigate the “Rust” shooting and said the charges have yet to be dismissed.

In homage to Hutchins, her husband wrote a sincere message on Twitter, saying that she “inspired us all with her passion and vision, and her legacy is too significant to be summed up in words.”


‘CoComelon’ Moonbug production company acquired for $ 3 billion by Blackstone-backed company Kevin Mayer and Tom Staggs – Deadline

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The media company run by Disney alumni Kevin Mayer and Tom Stags and backed by private equity firm Blackstone has acquired Moonbug Entertainment, creator of popular children’s shows like CoComelon.

The deal’s valuation, which had been rumored in recent weeks, was not specified in the official announcement, but people familiar with the deal put it at $ 2.75 billion. With price-complement incentives, the final price could reach $ 3 billion.

Moonbug founders CEO René Rechtman and COO John Robson, along with the management team and existing shareholders will retain stakes in the still unnamed Mayer / Staggs / Blackstone company.

Founded in 2018, Moonbug has offices in the UK and Los Angeles. He quickly built a large global following of family viewers with shows like CoComelon, Blippi, little baby ass and many others. Netflix stream CoComelon in the United States, where it is frequently in the weekly top 10 in terms of total viewing time.

Moonbug’s programming appears in 27 languages ​​on more than 100 platforms around the world. In addition to Netflix, it is carried by YouTube, Hulu, HBO, Amazon and Sky. The CoComelon The YouTube channel is # 2 among all the channels on the platform, with around 120 million subscribers worldwide.

For Mayer and Staggs, who were each senior Disney executives, the deal follows their acquisition last summer of Hello Sunshine from Reese Witherspoon. Mayer has worn multiple hats, as chairman of Len Blavatnik DAZN’s sports streaming operation and recently joined Discovery as a strategic advisor.

“John and I have built a leading, digitally-focused children’s entertainment business built on strong values ​​and content focused on digital platforms,” Rechtman said. “Our vision is to build global family franchises, which is totally aligned with the vision and experience of Kevin and Tom. I had the pleasure of working with them earlier in my career and am delighted to be brought together to build the next global entertainment powerhouse. You couldn’t find stronger partners in our industry.

In a joint statement, Mayer and Staggs noted their connection to Rechtman dating back to his time at Disney and Maker Studios, which Disney acquired. “They have built a perfect example of the type of category definition business that we are looking to incorporate into our business,” executives said of Moonbug. “They know how to identify and support brands loved by millions of families around the world. We and our partners at Blackstone look forward to helping expand Moonbug’s portfolio of securities and further expand its franchises across digital platforms and major licensing and merchandising channels.

Joe Baratta, Global Head of Private Equity at Blackstone, and David Kestnbaum, Senior Managing Director at Blackstone, added: “We are delighted to partner with René, John and the awesome team at Moonbug. They fully understand the rapidly changing digital media environment and quickly established Moonbug as a native digital powerhouse in children’s entertainment. We are delighted to help fuel their continued expansion in the years to come. “


Production company Telltale launches ‘premium factual’ content – ATV Today

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Lee and Fothergill started the production house which encompasses various visual and audio media offerings.

Producer Jago Lee and his business partner John Fothergill have announced the launch of their new transatlantic production company Telltale, which will specialize in premium factuality across audio, television and film.

“We love to tell complex, characterful and original stories and we know they are appreciated by audiences. They are also, of course, the most difficult series to develop directly on the television market. Telltale will take a platform independent approach – first producing the compelling stories we love in audio, then evolving them into the worlds of television and film. – Jago Lee

With shows all sharing guiding principles of originality, fun and purpose, Telltale’s launch list focuses on “thrilling factors” in key genres of crime, story and adventure. Telltale is already working with a number of broadcasters, curators and brands on a range of projects, and has entered into an exclusive first-look agreement with Antica Productions – one of the most popular independent television and podcasting channels in North America (The Revisers with Michelle Romanow, Madness of Two) – as part of an equity investment by the studio HQ’d in Toronto.

“Telltale is harnessing the power of the growing and exciting audio market, which has become a rich hunting ground for new IPs. We are positioning ourselves at the forefront of this market, in particular to develop a clear storytelling path from audio to screen. We are thrilled to have partnered with Antica Productions on our North American roster and look forward to sharing these rich stories with audiences soon. – John Fothergill

With Antica Productions, Telltale has access to the Canadian and American markets where they are co-developing a slate. The new partnership with Antica grew out of a previous working relationship, which saw Lee partner with the company to produce several podcast series, including art crime series. Art bust (presented by British art critic Ben Lewis) for UCG Audio, the podcast division of Universal Studio Group, which delves into twisted criminal stories from the art world.

The company’s development strategy is strongly influenced by the dramatic expansion of long-running narrative podcasts in recent years and the trend of these series becoming box-set television sets. Telltale takes an “audio first” approach, born in part from Lee’s involvement in a number of podcast projects in the UK and US over the past year.

“In Jago and John, we found independent producers of like-minded content, business goals and storytelling perspectives. With Antica’s investment in Telltale, we look forward to growing our collective footprint and providing our partners with an even wider range of projects in film, television and audio. – Stuart Coxe, President, Antica Productions

This decision marks a new chapter in Lee and Fothergill’s career. Lee, a seasoned producer and creative director through roles at Tiger Aspect, Antenna Pictures and Nerd TV which he co-founded with Charlie Parsons and John Farrar, with a variety of credits including How to rob a bank (Vice), Life is too short (HBO / BBC), Inside the gangster code (Discovery) and Orangutan Jungle School (Channel 4 / Love Nature) among many others, will combine his creative expertise with Fothergill’s business experience, which includes more than a decade at Goldman Sachs, launching several new ventures for the bank.

The duo will build on well-developed pre-launch partnership agreements and leverage their powerful network of collaborators, including former Red Arrow chairman and co-CEO James Baker, who chairs their board of directors.


Lee Ji Hoon Apologizes To “Sponsored” Production Crew For Acquaintance’s Behavior On Set

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Lee Ji Hoon’s agency and the production team of his upcoming drama “Sponsor” have shared statements regarding the actor’s friend’s behavior on the drama’s set.

On November 3, YTN Star reported that a staff member of the drama posted an unpleasant on-set incident on the staff group chat room. The staff member said one of the actors in the drama brought an acquaintance onto the set who insulted them.

They wrote: ‘I don’t know if he was a gangster or a thug but I don’t think it’s fair for him to bring this person on set and threaten someone . Luckily, I wasn’t the only one who heard it, and these people said they would testify if I needed to.

The message also read: “The actor himself said he quit [his acquaintance], but I’m not the only one who felt what he seemed to say: “Why are you provoking me?” with his eyes, and there are also many people who will testify about this as well.

Following YTN Star’s report, the producers of “Sponsor” released a statement on the incident.

Salvation. This is the production team of the drama “Sponsor”.

First of all, we apologize for the bad news.
Here is the production team’s statement on the incident that happened on set.

Actor Lee Ji Hoon and his acquaintance had a conflict with a staff member on set, but it was due to a misunderstanding they had about each other.

Actor Lee Ji Hoon sent us his apologies for not behaving with more wisdom and maturity and letting a conflict arise between his acquaintance and the staff member. He’s worried that he can’t get in touch with the staff member right now.

We sincerely hope that there will be no further harm caused to others due to distorted false information.

In the future, we will manage [the environment] more carefully to avoid any further problems in the production environment.

We send our apologies for upsetting many people.

Lee Ji Hoon’s agency also released a statement apologizing and clarifying what happened.

Salvation. It’s Ssom Entertainment.

First of all, we sincerely apologize for sharing such unpleasant news.

It is true that there was a conflict between the knowledge of our actor and a member of the staff. Actor Lee Ji Hoon tried to apologize the day it happened, and we think it’s unfortunate that it didn’t go smoothly.

The actor thinks deeply about his friend visiting the set and causing a disturbance, and he continually tries to get in touch with the staff member through the production team because the staff member in question is n is not reachable at the moment.

However, regarding the allegation that he “took his pants off and caused a disturbance”, it appears that [the staff member] wrote it this way about him changing clothes in a hurry due to the busy schedule on set that day. However, we apologize to the staff members on set who felt uncomfortable because of this. We will be more careful in the future, but we hope there will be no misunderstandings about this.

The actor is aware of the seriousness of the incident and thinks deeply. We hope he can get in touch with [the staff member] and solve the problem peacefully.

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Bradley Cooper Launches His Own Production House, Long To Support “Hyperion,” Entertainment News

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Bradley Cooper has started his own production company.

The Oscar-winning actor has teamed up with Weston Middleton – the associate producer of his hit “A Star Is Born” – to launch a new production house.

The duo are still trying to come up with a suitable name for their business, according to reports.

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According to several media outlets, Cooper and Middleton will be supporting the “Hyperion” project: an adaptation based on the four-volume series of Dan Simmons novels.

Cooper has been involved with ‘Hyperion’ for a while now, and it was meant to be a TV series.

However, with all set to be made under Warner Bros. Pictures, the project will now have a cinematic version.
Graham King will produce the film under his GK Films banner and be adapted for the screen by Tom Spezialy.

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The “Hyperion Cantos” series begins 700 years after the death of Old Earth, and at a time when the entire galaxy is at war. However, seven aliens embark on a journey to uncover the mysteries of the temporal tombs of the planet Hyperion. Interestingly, each of them feels like they alone will save humanity.

The entire series includes four books – ‘Hyperion’ (1989), ‘The Fall of Hyperion’ (1990), ‘Endymion’ (1996) and ‘The Rise of Endymion’ (1997).

No director’s name has emerged yet, but executive producer Hayley King will oversee the film’s development.

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Garden Studios installs Mo-Sys technology for virtual production studio

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The installation uses the VP Pro XR, a purpose-built, scalable XR server that enables traditional shooting techniques in LED volumes

Garden Studios of London uses both the VP Pro XR server and Mo-Sys’ StarTracker camera and lens tracking system for use on its virtual production stage.

VP Pro XR is a purpose-built, scalable XR server that enables traditional shooting techniques in LED volumes. According to Mo-Sys, one of its unique features is Cinematic XR Focus, which allows for focusing between talents or objects in the physical studio and virtual objects positioned deep in the virtual world displayed in the LED volume.

“We are already using Mo-Sys VP Pro software with StarTracker for our main LED volume, what we wanted was a defined expandability (XR) in order to provide customers with additional creative capability,” said Mark Pilborough-Skinner, Virtual Production Supervisor, Garden Studios. “We chose VP Pro XR for its overall extension quality and unique cinematic XR features, but also because it is designed by a very innovative company that includes film, television and audiovisual production. “

Michael Geissler, CEO of Mo-Sys, added, “We designed VP Pro XR to offer Cinematic XR capability, to address known issues when shooting in LED volumes, and to provide specific capabilities demanded by creators. film and broadcast. We are delighted to have such a forward-thinking company as Garden Studios as a client, and we appreciate their continued investment in Mo-Sys technology.


Bradley Cooper Launches Production House, Ready to Support Hyperion at Warner Bros

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Oscar-nominated actor Bradley Cooper is teaming up with Weston Middleton, who served as his director’s A Star Is Born associate producer, to launch a new production banner. Cooper and Middleton work on a name for their business.

According to Deadline, under the new shingle, the duo will support Hyperion, based on the four-volume series of novels by Dan Simmons.

Hyperion, a project that Cooper has had in the works for a long time, will now be adapted into a feature film at Warner Bros. Pictures and not a limited series at Syfy as it was previously conceived.

Oscar-winning actor Graham King is set to produce the film under his direction at GK Films and will be adapted by Tom Spezialy, the Emmy-winning executive producer behind HBO’s Watchmen limited series.

Published by Bantam Spectra, the Hyperion Cantos series is set 700 years after the death of Old Earth, where the entire galaxy is at war. Seven strangers embark on a journey to unravel the mysteries of the temporal tombs of the planet Hyperion, each convinced that they alone hold the key to saving humanity.

There are four books in the series: Hyperion (1989), The Fall of Hyperion (1990), Endymion (1996), and The Rise of Endymion (1997).

While a director search is underway, executive producer Hayley King (Departed) will oversee the project on behalf of GK films.

Cooper had a six-year deal with Todd Phillips and Warner Bros that concluded in 2019 with back-to-back, critically acclaimed commercial films like A star is born and Joker, directed by Joaquin Phoenix.

The actor has a first-look deal with Netflix, where he’s filming his new movie, Maestro about legendary composer Leonard Bernstein, which is in pre-production.

Bradley Cooper launches a production house; ready to support ‘Hyperion’ at Warner Bros

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The actor also has a first contract with Netflix, where he is shooting his new film “Maestro” about the legendary composer Leonard Bernstein

Oscar-nominated actor Bradley Cooper is teaming up with Weston Middleton, who served as associate producer on his “A Star Is Born” director, to launch a new production banner.

Cooper and Middleton work on a name for their company.

According to Deadline, under the new shingle, the duo will support “Hyperion,” based on the four-volume series of novels by Dan Simmons.

“Hyperion,” a project that Cooper has had in the works for a long time, will now be adapted into a feature film at Warner Bros. Pictures and not a limited series at Syfy as it was previously conceived.

Oscar-winning actor Graham King is set to produce the film under his direction at GK Films and will be adapted by Tom Spezialy, the Emmy-winning executive producer behind HBO’s “Watchmen” limited series.

Published by Bantam Spectra, the “Hyperion Cantos” series is set 700 years after the death of Old Earth, where the entire galaxy is at war. Seven strangers embark on a journey to unravel the mysteries of the temporal tombs of the planet Hyperion, each convinced that they alone hold the key to saving humanity.

There are four books in the series: “Hyperion” (1989), “The Fall of Hyperion” (1990), “Endymion” (1996) and “The Rise of Endymion” (1997).

While a director search is underway, executive producer Hayley King (“Departed”) will oversee the project on behalf of GK films.

Cooper had a six-year deal with Todd Phillips and Warner Bros that concluded in 2019 with back-to-back, critically acclaimed commercial films like “A Star Is Born” and “Joker,” directed by Joaquin Phoenix.

The actor has a first-look deal with Netflix, where he’s filming his new movie, “Maestro” about legendary composer Leonard Bernstein, which is in pre-production.

Turkish production house Ay Yapim acquires Lebanese series “Al Hayba”

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The deal between Cedars Art and Ay Yapim marks the first international adaptation of an Arabic long format in recent times.

Lebanese socio-cultural drama series Al Hayba is slated for a Turkish adaptation as part of an agreement signed between Lebanese film and television production company Cedars Art Production and Turkish production houses Ay Yapim.

Production of the Turkish adaptation of the Lebanese format is expected to start early next year.

Now in its fifth season, Al Hayba is set in the fictional border village of Hayba, home to two warring Arab clans. The show, commissioned and first aired on MBC, has been licensed to air as a dub or with subtitles in 30 countries and on Netflix which is airing the first season on its platform in multiple territories. Season five is now broadcast exclusively on MBC and its premium platform Shahid VIP.

Commenting on the deal, Sadek Sabbah, President of Cedars Art Production (Sabbah Brothers) said, “I have always believed that we have amazing stories to tell in our part of the world that can and will go around the world. We are proud to be the first in the world to offer a regional Arabic format for international licenses. However, we are now seeing an overall increase and improvement in the quality of content created in our region, so I think this is the first of many more to come.

In 2017, CAP was the first production house to license Netflix for Arabic language production, the first to distribute Arabic content on a large scale internationally, and the first to develop a futuristic survival genre – Sci-Fi – (Hell’s Gate) in Arabic as an OTT original.


Bradley Cooper launches a production house; ready to support ‘Hyperion’ at Warner Bros

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Oscar-nominated actor Bradley Cooper is teaming up with Weston Middleton, who served as associate producer on his ‘A Star Is Born’ director, to launch a new production banner.

Cooper and Middleton are working on a name for their business.

According to Deadline, under the new shingle, the duo will support “Hyperion,” based on the four-volume series of novels by Dan Simmons.

“ Hyperion, ” a project Cooper has long been in the works for, will now be adapted as a feature film at Warner Bros. Pictures and not as a limited series at Syfy as it was previously conceived.

Oscar winner Graham King is committed to producing the film as part of his GK films and will be adapted by Tom Spezialy, the Emmy-winning executive producer behind HBO’s limited series “Watchmen”.

Published by Bantam Spectra, the series “Hyperion Cantos” takes place 700 years after the death of Old Earth, where the entire galaxy is at war. Seven aliens have embarked on a journey to unravel the mysteries of the Time Tombs of planet Hyperion, each convinced that they alone hold the key to saving humanity.

There are four books in the series: ” Hyperion ” (1989), ” La Chute d’Hyperion ” (1990), ” Endymion ” (1996) and ” L’Ascension d’Endymion ” (1997).

While the search for a director is underway, executive producer Hayley King (” Depart ”) will oversee the project on behalf of GK Films.

Cooper had a six-year deal with Todd Phillips and Warner Bros. that concluded in 2019 with consecutive, critically-acclaimed commercial films like “A Star Is Born” and “Joker,” directed by Joaquin Phoenix.

The actor has a first deal with Netflix, where he is directing his new film, ” Maestro ” about legendary composer Leonard Bernstein, which is in pre-production.

(This story was not edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


Southwestern production company to present film Law Case in Plymouth

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A film made in the South West by some of the area’s top filmmakers is set to premiere in Plymouth.

Time-Lock Productions is responsible for the 24-minute film Mrs Carlill v Carbolic Smokeball Co, which features one of the most fundamental legal matters in English law.

The film will be screened twice at the Jill Craigie Cinema at Plymouth University on Wednesday, November 3, 2021. And it will then be screened to law students across the country as part of a planned series of famous business dramatizations. which set precedents in English law.

It is hoped that what is billed as The Justice Files Episode 1 will now be followed by two more films, one of which could be a feature film.

The film is written and directed by Plymouth writer Huge Janes, and produced by cinematographer Rob Giles and law professor Hugo de Rijke, both academics at the university.

Its cast is made up of professional actors from the South West, directed by Sarah McCourt, such as Ms. Louise Carlill, Natalie Mae and Charlie Coldfield.

It was shot on location in the Royal William Yard in Plymouth, Prysten House and Park Pharmacy, and at the historic 19th century Court in Bodmin’s Shire Hall, and also used some CGI magic.

Mr Janes, who has written over 60 plays and screenplays, said his job was to simplify the legal and archaic language used in the 1893 trial to make it accessible to the modern public.

“The film will be offered to all educational outlets,” he said. “Wherever legal education will have free access. And we will make more films on a commercial basis. He was a pilot to see if we could do it.

“We have already shown this to 100 law students and the response has been very good. They said they enjoyed it and understood the case better after seeing it.

A court scene from Mrs. Carlill vs. Carbolic Smokeball Co from Time-Lock Productions

Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co is one of the most famous contract law cases, establishing that an advertisement can form a contract, and the film is designed as a pilot for a planned series of business dramatizations that established precedents, have a rich and remarkable background, and have had a huge impact in the UK and around the world, as they form a vital part of the law in over 60 countries, including the US, Canada, Australia, India and much of Africa.

The Carlill Case is taught and studied by hundreds of thousands of law professors and students each year, and the film series is expected to provide invaluable visual educational resources, as well as research opportunities.

In addition, the rich and diverse stories depicted in the films will provide fascinating information for historians and excellent public engagement opportunities for museums and other public forums. Mr Janes has said that another famous civil law case, Donoghue v Stephenson in 1932, may be the subject of a future production.

Mr. Janes has had his plays Beyond the Wall and Conversations with a Stranger produced by the BBC. His screenplays included All at Sea, which was filmed and starred Lauren Bacall and Brian Cox, and Curse of the Phoenix, winner of Best Supernatural Film at the Houston Film Festival.

His screenplay for Even Break was filmed and starred Nigel Planer and Paul Nicholas, the latter also appearing in the production of Mr Janes The Haunting by the Theater Royal Plymouth.

“It should now be shot in December,” said Mr. Janes, co-founder of RSH Films Ltd in 2010 and director of Time-Lock Productions which has already started pre-production on the second episode of The Justice Files. and seek funding and partners for the longer term future of the project.

Mrs Carlill v Carbolic Smokeball Co is screened as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science, at the Jill Cragie Cinema, Roland Levinsky Building, at 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on November 3. The film will be presented by Mr. Giles and Mr. de Rijke. A question-and-answer session will follow the first.

Business Live’s Southwestern business reporter is William Telford. William has over a decade of experience reporting on the business scene in Plymouth and the South West. It is based in Plymouth but covers the entire region.

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Mr de Rijke said: “We were amazed to find that no one had done anything like this before. There have been modern case dramatizations – and high-profile Hollywood treatments that we know very well, like Erin Brockovich. But no one has attempted to present these rich and remarkable cases that have had such a huge impact. “

Mr. Giles, senior technician in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Business, and founder of Time-Lock, said, “We hope the films provide an invaluable visual resource for educators and researchers. In addition, their rich narratives and diverse histories will provide fascinating information to members of the public, historians and museums. “

To register and attend one of the free premieres, click on here.

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Southwestern production company to present case law film in Plymouth

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A film made in the South West by some of the area’s top filmmakers is set to premiere in Plymouth.

Time-Lock Productions is responsible for the 24-minute film Mrs Carlill v Carbolic Smokeball Co, which features one of the most fundamental legal matters in English law.

The film will be screened twice at the Jill Craigie Cinema at Plymouth University on Wednesday, November 3, 2021. And it will then be screened to law students across the country as part of a planned series of famous business dramatizations. which set precedents in English law.

It is hoped that what is billed as The Justice Files Episode 1 will now be followed by two more films, one of which could be a feature film.

The film is written and directed by Plymouth writer Huge Janes, and produced by cinematographer Rob Giles and law professor Hugo de Rijke, both academics at the university.

Its cast is made up of professional actors from the South West, directed by Sarah McCourt, such as Ms. Louise Carlill, Natalie Mae and Charlie Coldfield.

It was shot on location in the Royal William Yard in Plymouth, Prysten House and Park Pharmacy, and at the historic 19th century Court in Bodmin’s Shire Hall, and also used some CGI magic.

Mr Janes, who has written over 60 plays and screenplays, said his job was to simplify the legal and archaic language used in the 1893 trial to make it accessible to the modern public.

“The film will be offered to all educational outlets,” he said. “Wherever legal education will have free access. And we will make more films on a commercial basis. He was a pilot to see if we could do it.

“We have already shown this to 100 law students and the response has been very good. They said they enjoyed it and understood the case better after seeing it.



A court scene from Mrs. Carlill vs. Carbolic Smokeball Co from Time-Lock Productions

Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co is one of the most famous contract law cases, establishing that an advertisement can form a contract, and the film is designed as a pilot for a planned series of business dramatizations that established precedents, have a rich and remarkable background, and have had a huge impact in the UK and around the world, as they form a vital part of the law in over 60 countries, including the US, Canada, Australia, India and much of Africa.

The Carlill Case is taught and studied by hundreds of thousands of law professors and students each year, and the film series is expected to provide invaluable visual educational resources, as well as research opportunities.

In addition, the rich and diverse stories depicted in the films will provide fascinating information for historians and excellent public engagement opportunities for museums and other public forums. Mr Janes has said that another famous civil law case, Donoghue v Stephenson in 1932, may be the subject of a future production.

Mr. Janes has had his plays Beyond the Wall and Conversations with a Stranger produced by the BBC. His screenplays included All at Sea, which was filmed and starred Lauren Bacall and Brian Cox, and Curse of the Phoenix, winner of Best Supernatural Film at the Houston Film Festival.

His screenplay for Even Break was filmed and starred Nigel Planer and Paul Nicholas, the latter also appearing in the production of Mr Janes The Haunting by the Theater Royal Plymouth.

“It should now be shot in December,” said Mr. Janes, co-founder of RSH Films Ltd in 2010 and director of Time-Lock Productions which has already started pre-production on the second episode of The Justice Files. and seek funding and partners for the longer term future of the project.

Mrs Carlill v Carbolic Smokeball Co is screened as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science, at the Jill Cragie Cinema, Roland Levinsky Building, at 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on November 3. The film will be presented by Mr. Giles and Mr. de Rijke. A question-and-answer session will follow the first.



Business Live’s Southwestern business reporter is William Telford. William has over a decade of experience reporting on the business scene in Plymouth and the South West. It is based in Plymouth but covers the entire region.

To contact William: Email: [email protected] – Phone: 01752 293116 – Mob: 07584 594052 – Twitter: @WTelfordHerald – LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com – Facebook: www.facebook.com/william.telford.5473

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Mr de Rijke said: “We were amazed to find that no one had done anything like this before. There have been modern case dramatizations – and high-profile Hollywood treatments that we know very well, like Erin Brockovich. But no one has attempted to present these rich and remarkable cases that have had such a huge impact. “

Mr. Giles, senior technician in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Business, and founder of Time-Lock, said, “We hope the films provide an invaluable visual resource for educators and researchers. In addition, their rich narratives and diverse histories will provide fascinating information to members of the public, historians and museums. “

To register and attend one of the free premieres, click on here.

More news about Plymouth University



Palma Pictures in Spain launches UK production company

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Palma Pictures, the Spanish film, television and commercial production services company whose credits include The Crown, Love Island and The Night Manager has launched a new production company dedicated to the production of original scripted content.

Palma Pictures Studios is managed by the current managers of Palma Pictures, Trent Walton and Mike Day. The company has opted for a series of novels and is developing a diverse first roster, including “Love, Jack”, a miniseries inspired by the secret love story between Gunilla Von Post and JF Kennedy, a television series based in Palma based on novels by successful Swedish writer Mons Kallentoft, and a television adaptation of the West End live comedy show “String vs Spitta”, created and performed by Ed MacArthur and star Kiell Smith-Bynoe BBC One.

“Drawing on our Scandinavian, Spanish and British roots, we will combine the work of international authors and writers to tell nuanced local stories with global reach,” said Palma Pictures Studios executive producer Trent Walton.

“With our experience and network born from working with some of the best filmmakers in the world over the past 30 years, we look forward to creating our own originals for the first time,” said Mike Day, executive producer of Palma Pictures Studios. .

Palma Pictures provides end-to-end production service across mainland Spain and the Balearic and Canary Islands. The company has served more than 2,000 commercials and more than 25 feature films and television series for clients in dozens of countries. The company has its own fully equipped studio complex of 4500 m², the Mediterranean Production Center which has a 1000 m² sound stage and the company also houses an inventory of cameras, lighting, recording equipment. gripping and a fleet of vehicles for the use of its customers.

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NXT production team gets advice from WWE main roster

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WWE changed a lot when NXT 2.0 started after Vince McMahon called to give the program a makeover. These NXT superstars also get some extra tips along the way.

According to a report by Combative selection, WWE helps its NXT Superstars understand some of the reasoning behind certain production decisions. This includes things that may seem basic, but they help tell the story of a match on TV.

Mandy Rose told the outlet that WWE invited Superstars into the production truck so they could receive tips. It was said that something like holding a facial expression for an extended period of time so that multiple cameras could take a photo was part of the training. The main list also assists in the production of NXT with tips.

One example she provided was holding a facial expression for a while for one or more cameras to pick it up. We’ve been told that NXT’s production has also received guidance in recent months from the main roster staff.

Kevin Dunn is around NXT as an interim producer, so the main roster’s influence will be noticed. We will have to see how far this influence will go over the weeks.

WWE relied on students at Full Sail University to do much of the NXT production work. It appears the partnership waned when NXT left Full Sail Arena during the pandemic. Now WWE is doing what they can to give NXT some advice so that it can further improve the brand’s presentation on TV.

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Netflix plans to abandon NJ Army base for potential production studio

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MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ – In its heyday, Fort Monmouth – a military base spanning three towns in Monmouth County – was a hub for innovation.

This is where the first radio-equipped weather balloon reached the upper atmosphere, introducing a technique still in use today. It was also where the US Army’s first radio aircraft detection and telemetry system, also known as radar, was developed. But now, nearly a century later, the military base is inoperable and largely abandoned. Streaming giant Netflix could change that.

Netflix announced this week that it is bidding for a portion of nearly 300 acres of the base, with plans to make it one of the largest film and television production facilities in the country. It’s a plan that already has Governor Phil Murphy’s blessing.

In a statement to PIX11 News, he said the interest is “another sign that businesses around the world are taking notice” of what New Jersey has to offer.

The property, located in Oceanport and Eatontown, has reportedly been appraised by the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority for $ 54 million. It is not known how much Netflix offered in its offering.

In a statement, Netflix said it would convert the military base into “a state-of-the-art production facility.” Governor Murphy has long touted the benefits for film and television production companies that come to New Jersey, including a physical studio development grant of up to 40%.

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MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ – In its heyday, Fort Monmouth – a military base spanning three towns in Monmouth County – was a hub for innovation.

This is where the first radio-equipped weather balloon reached the upper atmosphere, introducing a technique still in use today. It was also where the United States Army’s first radio aircraft detection and ranging system, also known as radar, was developed. But now, nearly a century later, the military base is inoperable and largely abandoned. Streaming giant Netflix could change that.

Netflix announced this week that it is bidding for a portion of nearly 300 acres of the base, with plans to make it one of the largest film and television production facilities in the country. It’s a plan that already has Governor Phil Murphy’s blessing.

In a statement to PIX11 News, he said the interest is “another sign that businesses around the world are taking notice” of what New Jersey has to offer.

The property, located in Oceanport and Eatontown, has reportedly been appraised by the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority for $ 54 million. It is not known how much Netflix offered in its offering.

In a statement, Netflix said it would convert the military base into “a state-of-the-art production facility.” Governor Murphy has long touted the benefits for film and television production companies that come to New Jersey, including a physical studio development grant of up to 40%.


WK Group launches music production house to train promising young singing talents

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New Delhi, October 30, 2021: WK Group has broadened its reach and unveiled its first music production house WK Productions at a scintillating event here. It also marked the launch of the first romantic single Jaan Jaan by versatile singer Rajeev Raja under the banner. WK Productions was inaugurated to provide a platform for young emerging talents across the country.

The production house aims to recognize not only singers, but also lyricists, musicians, cinematographers, among others, who play a central role in making a successful music video.

“In India we have so much musical feeling and they don’t even have the chance to show their talent or record their songs. Top-tier production houses hardly offer such opportunities for emerging talent. Therefore, through WK Productions, we want to shine the spotlight on such talents, who have no godfather or influence in the Indian music industry. This is very much in line with the vision of the WK Group to nurture young people with opportunities to either have a better lifestyle or to have a lucrative career ”, said Mr. Rohit Sahni, Director of WK Life.

Rohit also believes that the emergence of OTT platforms avoided the concept of nepotism and gave outsiders in the industry due credit.

“We decided to venture into the production house because we felt the time was right to promote new talent. Thanks to the OTT platform. The stars of these platforms are not from the industry. These are outside talents and people support them in a big way as well, ”Rohit added.

The event brought together the cream of society as well as prominent names from the Punjabi music industry and the small screen.


Netflix Considers Ditching NJ Army Base For Potential Production Studio | WJHL

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MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ – In its heyday, Fort Monmouth – a military base that spans three towns in Monmouth County – was a hub of innovation.

This is where the first radio-equipped weather balloon reached the upper atmosphere, introducing a technique still used today. It was also where the United States Army’s first radio detection and ranging system, also known as radar, was developed. But today, nearly a century later, the military base is out of use and largely abandoned. Streaming giant Netflix could change that.

Netflix announced this week that it is bidding for a nearly 300-acre portion of the base, with plans to make it one of the largest film and television production facilities in the country. It’s a plan that already has Governor Phil Murphy’s blessing.

In a statement to PIX11 News, he said the interest is “another sign that businesses around the world are taking notice” of what New Jersey has to offer.

The property – which is located in Oceanport and Eatontown – is reportedly valued by the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority for $54 million. It’s unclear how much Netflix offered in its offering.

In a statement, Netflix said it would convert the military base into “a state-of-the-art production facility.” Governor Murphy has long touted benefits for film and television production companies that come to New Jersey, including a physical studio development grant of up to 40%.

Netflix Considers Ditching NJ Army Base For Potential Production Studio

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MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ – In its heyday, Fort Monmouth – a military base that spans three towns in Monmouth County – was a hub of innovation.

This is where the first radio-equipped weather balloon reached the upper atmosphere, introducing a technique still used today. It was also where the United States Army’s first radio detection and ranging system, also known as radar, was developed. But today, nearly a century later, the military base is out of use and largely abandoned. Streaming giant Netflix could change that.

Netflix announced this week that it is bidding for a nearly 300-acre portion of the base, with plans to make it one of the largest film and television production facilities in the country. It’s a plan that already has Governor Phil Murphy’s blessing.

In a statement to PIX11 News, he said the interest is “another sign that businesses around the world are taking notice” of what New Jersey has to offer.

The property – which is located in Oceanport and Eatontown – is reportedly valued by the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority for $54 million. It’s unclear how much Netflix offered in its offering.

In a statement, Netflix said it would convert the military base into “a state-of-the-art production facility.” Governor Murphy has long touted benefits for film and television production companies that come to New Jersey, including a physical studio development grant of up to 40%.

Netflix plans to abandon NJ Army base for potential production studio

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MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ – In its heyday, Fort Monmouth – a military base spanning three towns in Monmouth County – was a hub for innovation.

This is where the first radio-equipped weather balloon reached the upper atmosphere, introducing a technique still used today. It was also where the US Army’s first radio aircraft detection and ranging system, also known as radar, was developed. But now, almost a century later, the military base is out of use and largely abandoned. Streaming giant Netflix could change that.

Netflix announced this week that it is bidding for a portion of nearly 300 acres of the base, with plans to make it one of the largest film and television production facilities in the country. It’s a plan that already has Governor Phil Murphy’s blessing.

In a statement to PIX11 News, he said the interest is “another sign that businesses around the world are taking notice” of what New Jersey has to offer.

The property, located in Oceanport and Eatontown, was reportedly appraised by the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority for $ 54 million. It is not known how much Netflix offered in its offering.

In a statement, Netflix said it would convert the military base into “a state-of-the-art production facility.” Governor Murphy has long touted the benefits for film and television production companies that come to New Jersey, including a physical studio development grant of up to 40%.


A new genre film production company, Stoked Film Group, has been launched

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Thomas Jane and Kara Hayward in “Slayers”, one of the first Stoked Film Group films. Photograph by Riley Yazzie

Stoked Film Group, a new genre production company founded by former NBA player Jarnell Stokes, writer-director K. Asher Levin and producer Daniel Cummings, announced its launch today.

The company will develop and produce film and television projects and its multi-picture roster already includes two finished films, Killers and To dig.

Killers stars Thomas Jane, Abigail Breslin and Malin Akerman. The film centers on a group of famous influencers whose visit to a billionaire’s mansion ends up trapping them in a vampire’s lair.

To dig also stars Jane, alongside Harlow Jane, Emile Hirsch and Liana Liberato. Currently in post-production, the film tells the story of a widowed father and his daughter whose house is to be demolished. A threatening couple takes them hostage in an attempt to obtain what is hidden under the domain.

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Emile Hirsch (L), Liana Liberato (C) and Thomas Jane (R) in To dig. Courtesy of Stoked Film Group

For the next Stoked Film Group project, Levin will lead the murder mystery comic thriller Helene is dead. In it, a directionless young woman named Addie goes to a dinner party to confront her boyfriend and cousin Helen, who are sleeping behind her back together. But once there, she learns that Helen is dead and that no one in her orbit is above suspicion.

Helene is dead is now in the process of being cast, and main filming will begin in December of this year.

Additional titles in development under the Stoked banner include Rage and Meat rack.

In a statement, Stokes said the “substantial market for original and high content aimed at genre audiences” prompted the founding of Stoked Film Group. The company’s projects range from slasher to action to thriller. As they position themselves as a new player in the genre space, they say their goal is to load their productions with the social commentary and irreverent humor that became the hallmark of genre hits of the mid-90s. .

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“Partnering with Asher and Daniel on these projects will get us out of the door strong and we couldn’t be more excited. The public will know what to expect when they see the Stoked label next door, ”says Stokes.

Levin adds: “With our team, we have the resources and expertise to deliver content with a distinctive voice that’s fun as hell. [and has] lasting, emblematic and re-viewable moments.

Cummings says Stoked Film Group’s production model provides an ideal entry point for emerging and under-represented voices working in the genre. “The diverse backgrounds of Jarnell, Asher and I allow us to connect with a wide range of artists and audiences,” he explains.

Levin and Cummings will oversee a production team that prioritizes high-quality storytelling and develop concepts across genres and formats for theatrical content, direct to consumer and distribution partners. Stoked Film Group continues to grow its team, content and distribution partners, and will roll out its initial roster in 2022.

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“Ala Vaikunthapuramloo” production crew hints at upcoming surprise

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Allu Arjun-Trivikram Srinivas-Thaman. Image Source: IANS News

Hyderabad, October 28: Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde-starrer ‘Ala Vaikunthapuramloo’ directed by Trivikram Srinivas was a big hit at the time of its release. SS Thaman’s music was a hit with almost all of the songs going viral.

There is talk of the whole team reuniting for another upcoming film. These speculations on their film were sparked after Naga Vamsi tweeted about an upcoming surprise. He posted a photo of the four, posing together, and said there was a big surprise ahead.

Allu Arjun, Trivikram Srinivas, Thaman and Naga Vamsi (producer) were spotted at the pre-release event for Naga Shaurya’s upcoming film, Varudu Kaavalenu.

‘Ala Vaikunthapuramloo’ was funded under the Haarika and Haasini Creations banner. The same banner is ready for another movie starring Allu Arjun, Trivikram Srinivas and Thaman.

Trivikram Srinivas has signed a film for which he will direct Mahesh Babu. So if he signs to lead Allu Arjun, it would only be after he has made his previous engagements.

Allu Arjun, meanwhile, will appear in Sukumar’s director ‘Pushpa’, after which he will act under the direction of Boyapati Srinu.

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Film production studio fined Rs 25 lakh – The New Indian Express

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Through Express news service

CHENNAI: The Madras High Court imposed a fee of Rs 25 lakh on Gemini Film Circuit (GCC) for “dragging out litigation” for non-payment to Venkateswara Financiers Hyderabad Private Limited.

Dismissing an appeal filed by the GCC, First Bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Judge PD Audikesavalu said: “The appellants will pay the costs assessed at Rs 25 lakh to the respondent in addition to all that is owed in terms of the decree that was confirmed. . “

The judiciary said defaulting borrowers, like the current appellants, are taking advantage of the existing court system and profiting from its loopholes. This is because more often than not the courts do not make an appropriate order for costs and push things to their logical conclusion by taking action for perjury in respect of false affidavits.

The whole purpose of the Commercial Court Act 2015 would be defeated if trade matters are not dealt with by applying commercial principles and awarding appropriate fees and interest, the magistracy said. The court said there was no need to intervene in the judgment. The call is enthusiastic about the idea that GCC is borrowing a core of Rs 7.5 to 27% interest per year in 2012 to finance the film Madha Gaja Raja.


The difference that a passionate production house can make

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We are a few hours from the Varudu Kaavalenu exit of Naga Shaurya. Sithara Entertainments, which is one of the busiest banners in the industry right now, is funding the film and showing the world how to promote a small film. Like no other movie in recent times, Varudu Kaavalenu has had three big events.

They hosted the trailer launch event, Sangeeth event, and pre-release event and all were attended by big stars (Rana, Pooja Hegde and Allu Arjun) as the main guests. . With the presence of big stars in addition to promotional content drawing in a family audience, the film managed to generate a decent buzz.

The team toured the studios of the television stations and gave several interviews on television and in the written press. The channels were inundated with specials and trailers. So much activity, positive promotions and the presence of stars mean that every news outlet is bombarded with content or whatever about the film.

We are talking about a small film here and it is unheard of for Naga Shaurya. Maybe that’s the difference a passionate production house can make for a movie. It should be a textbook case for others. Now that the promotions are super good, we’ll have to see how they translate into openings tomorrow.

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The ‘Plan’ Production Company ” American High Names Will Phelps President – The Hollywood Reporter

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American High – the banner behind high school features like The frenzy and Great adolescence – elevated Will Phelps to the presidency.

In this role, Phelps, who has worked for American High since its founding in 2017 and previously served as its Head of Production, will oversee the Syracuse-based production company’s roster, as well as lead its growth and development. Along with the appointment of Phelps, Ryan Bennett has been appointed vice president of the production company.

“Will has been instrumental in our development and growth from the very beginning, helping to transform American High from a small production company into a recognized player in the space with a formidable list of films in less than five years. “said Jeremy Garelick, CEO and Founder of American High. . “His creative vision has shaped the tone of American High films, and his strong leadership has grown the company in amazing ways. And he’s absolutely shredded. There is no one better to oversee the future of American High.

Phelps – who started his career at Paradigm before joining Garelick as an assistant – oversaw all development and production of American High titles, which include teen-centric features like Plan B and The ultimate noise playlist. All of American High’s productions, the majority of which are from first-time directors, shoot in the company-owned high school-turned-studio in Syracuse and are often distributed in partnership with Hulu.

American High’s upcoming roster features comedy Sexual appeal and a coming of age feature film directed by Rowan Blanchard and Auli’i Cravalho from Maya Rudolph and Natasha Lyonne’s Animal Pictures.


Launch of new XR and virtual production studio in Yorkshire Prolific North

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Doncaster-based multi-reality experience company Prox & Reverie has announced the launch of a new mixed reality studio and service specifically designed for creatives and brands looking for immersive technology.

Co-founded in 2019 by Martin Taylor and Alistair Maclean-Clark, former director of the Walt Disney Company in Europe, the company launched a purpose-built studio named “The Forge”.

The studio is equipped with a number of interactive production tools and solutions, including Oculus, Faceware, Varjo and Xsens motion capture.

It also includes a 2,000 square foot free roaming stage where users can experience “Worldbuilding” for virtual production, performance capture, preview and simulation to create mixed reality experiences.

Using real-time engines such as Unity and Unreal, the studio is able to generate motion-capture-based virtual universes and aviators to merge digital and real-world realities.

The company plans to work with brands, studios and creatives to use the new studio to produce a range of experiences from immersive movies and TV shows to XR events.

Martin Taylor, Co-Founder and Director, said, “We are more than just a virtual production studio – our goal in The Forge Convergence Volume is to enable content creators to quickly explore and test their ideas for XR content, and then to push the boundaries of what’s possible because The Forge exists as a new type of production canvas.

“Inside The Forge, you can experiment, create, prototype, simulate, build, and deliver all kinds of immersive experiences for audiences.”

Alistair Maclean-Clark, Co-Founder & CEO, added, “Prox & Reverie was launched to enhance the immersive aspects of mixed reality by harnessing the full potential of XR technology, delivering truly interactive experiences that allow creators to create and viewers to enter and experience photorealistic fictional realities.”