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Parks & Rec Actress Mara Marini Shares #BTS Secrets and Acting Tips
Canadian actress and comedian, Mara Marini, best known for her role of Brandi Marxxxx on the NBC Comedy, Parks & Recreation, shares what goes on behind-the-scenes of a television set, her advice to upcoming actors and projects she currently has in the works.
Published on Wednesday, August 26, 2015 3:51 PM
Women In Film: Triple Threat Jessica Sonneborn Talks Her Journey "in the Biz"
Jessica Sonneborn is an American actress, writer, director and stunt double, who you may recognize from her starring roles in Bloody Bloody Bible Camp and Dorothy and the Witches of Oz. But aside from being a highly sought after horror actress, she tapped into her interest in filmmaking and has landed her additional titles such as Producer and Director. She talked exclusively about her experience in "the biz."
Published on Wednesday, November 21, 2018 9:30 AM
Meet The VFX Team Behind The Critically Acclaimed Escape at Dannemora
The VFX team behind Showtime's hit series Escape at Dannemora, which swept up the best actress win at the Golden Globes, talked to ProductionHUB about their in-depth work recreating the places and events of one of the strangest jailbreaks in history.
Published on Friday, April 5, 2019 10:00 AM
The Big Screen Gets a Dose of Virtual Reality
Tanna Frederick, award-winning actress of film and theater, is ready to show off Defrost, a 360-degree Virtual Reality movie, with the world. The movie is one of the first of its kind, using Samsung Gear VR Goggles to create an immersive, emotional experience for viewers. Frederick describes the production of the film, what it's like to acting in a virtual reality film and Oculus technology.
Published on Wednesday, September 23, 2015 10:00 AM
Bombay Sapphire Imagination Series
As you may know, the Bombay Sapphire Imagination Series: Film Competition(BSIS)offers budding filmmakers the chance to realize their own short film, using their imagination to interpret a short film script created by Academy Award winner, Geoffrey Fletcher. With four talented winning script writers already selected by Academy Award winners, Adrien Brody and Geoffrey Fletcher along with a panel of film industry experts, Bombay Sapphire launched the ‘Wild card’ leg of the competition, giving the public the deciding vote for the fifth and final slot now taken by New York Winner, Allyson Morgan. Learn screenwriting tips from Allyson Morgan, along with the creativity, drive and high standards she's used to working under from the city that never sleeps.
Published on Thursday, December 12, 2013 11:00 AM
Designing Women: Star-Studded NYWIFT Event to Honor Costume Designers & Stylists
Left: Jenny Gering, Lori Hicks, and Peg Schierholz (photo credit: Cindy Ord, Getty). Right: Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell in The Americans. by Nina StreichNew York Women in Film & TV hosted a star-studded event to honor costume designers, makeup artists and hair stylists in the entertainment industry. The 14th annual event, co-produced by Variety, and sponsored by PEOPLE Magazine, paid tribute three outstanding honorees as well as presenting the Variety Ensemble Award for the entire creative team of The Americans."The many talented women in these crafts are rarely recognized for their contributions to the films and TV shows they work on. Fourteen years ago, NYWIFT decided it was time to put them in the spotlight," explained Terry Lawler, NYWIFT’s Executive Director.
Published on Tuesday, May 28, 2013 6:15 PM
Avoid Making These 3 Frightening Mistakes During Production
As a writer, producer, and actor, I’ve seen and experienced a few scary things over the years. As the amount of independent films, web-series, and shorts being made increases, it’s a great time to review some basic things to make your production less frightening and more professional, from producing, to acting, to being a member of the crew.
Published on Monday, October 17, 2016 11:20 AM
Method Studios Demolishes Downtown Los Angeles in "San Andreas"
The action thriller "San Andreas," now in theaters, is packed with catastrophic destruction, achieved in part through 247 complex visual effects shots executed by Method Studios facilities. As one of the main visual effects vendors on the film, Method was responsible for the entire downtown Los Angeles sequence, in which an earthquake decimates the city, and also contributed to the San Francisco sequence.
Published on Monday, June 15, 2015 10:23 AM
Keeping Cool on the Streets of New York
This summer I produced an incredibly fun new series called “The Scoop,” which is a hybrid talk show where I interview people who work in the entertainment industry over ice cream from NY’s top local and independent ice cream shops. But not just anybody in the entertainment industry - I wanted to talk to people who work to CREATE entertainment, specifically Producers, Directors, Writers, Casting Directors, and anyone who works behind-the- scenes. The theory behind this was simple: no one ever interviews these people. And as the arts came under threat this past year, I wanted to show people talking about why they decided to work in this insane industry and why they love what they do, and maybe inspire someone looking to work in one of these fields someday. My guests are not celebrities. They are everyday people making a living in the film and theater industries in NYC.
Published on Monday, October 2, 2017 5:16 PM
A Conversation with Bruce Logan, ASC
Bruce Logan, ASC has worked on some of the most iconic movies in existence, from 2001: A Space Odyssey to Star Wars. His career has taken all over a film set, which prepared him for his latest project, writing and directing the new indie drama, Lost Fare. In this interview, he takes us behind-the-scenes of working with one of the world's greatest directors and directing his own feature.
Published on Friday, May 24, 2019 3:25 PM
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