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How to Host the Best Oscar Party Ever
People in the production industry come in many varieties. But what we all have in common is that we never miss the Oscars… or a party. From thrilling recipes to dramatic decor, here are some star-studded ideas for your real life supporting cast to enjoy the Oscars.
Concept To Call Time: Basic Tips For Creating Indie Projects
Los Angeles-based TV Host, Speaker and Filmmaker in Los Angeles, Chundria Brown, is no stranger to the industry. She produces and hosts a TV Talk Show called The Chundria Show that discusses health and wellness, love and relationships, and lifestyle topics. As an independent TV program, the show currently broadcasts in 105 US cities — a milestone she just celebrated with a special #100CitiesStrong mixer in December 2019.
A Glimpse Into "The Tiny Chef Show" with animator & producer Ozlem Akturk
Chopped vegetables are strewn across the counter. A pot sits on the burners, ready to be brought to the boil. The cooking show host is getting his final touches before the cameras roll. This all sounds commonplace for your typical cooking program, but this is not your typical cooking program. And he’s not your typical chef. He’s Tiny Chef and stands about 6” tall to be exact. A production this huge for someone so tiny takes a lot of human-sized help.
RISKY BUSINESS: The Conqueror
Hollywood history is littered with bad movies. 1956’s “The Conqueror” is one of the worst in a crowded field of terrible films. John Wayne stars as Genghis Khan and things only get worse from there. While it suffers from a host of racists and sexist issues – and many more overall quality issues – the reason we are talking about it today is because nearly half the cast and crew contracted cancer.
DP Carissa Dorson safely captures a unique late night talk show for “A Little Late with Lilly Singh”
Lilly Singh is a comedian, talk show host, and actress, who rose to fame as a YouTube star in which she chronicled her thoughts and daily activities. In 2019, replacing Last Call with Carson Daly, NBC released A Little Late with Lilly Singh, which recently started its second season. Ditching the traditional television studio, the daily half-hour talk show is produced at a house in Los Angeles following production protocols and safety guidelines relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. The show is shot by Director of Photography Carissa Dorson (It’s a Party, CollegeHumor) with a mix of AU-EVA1, LUMIX GH5S, and GH5 cameras.
Women in Film: A film festival's managing director's advice and more
Whether you are a new filmmaker, a writer or just cinephile, choosing the right festival can feel like an overwhelming task. A quick google search reveals more than 3,000 festivals in the world! North America is host to nearly 70% and the cost often isn't worth the reward. However, one bright light shines from the desert with their commitment to quality, education and the film community. The Phoenix Film Festival boasts the titles of Top 25 coolest film festivals and one of the Top 50 worth the entry fee by MovieMaker Magazine. PFF has a special place in my heart, as well. They accepted my first film in their Student category when I was just a wee first year film student at the local community college.
Show off Your Skillset With a Website: Here's How to Get Your Production Site up and Running
When a production begins to conceptualize, the first thing that you should be thinking about is creating a website. Your website is the focal point for all of your advertising, promotion, and communication with your audience. Your site should be up and running as early in the process as possible so you have a place to direct people when they ask about your production. Join us as we look at the key steps to getting your production’s website up and running!
Cine Gear Expo Kicks off at Industry City, New York
Cine Gear Expo New York is right around the corner and will be held for the first time at historic Industry City, on the Brooklyn waterfront. Visitors are invited to experience over 50 technology and service exhibits as well as attend seminars and panels hosted by filmmakers and industry leaders. Registration is free. The show runs March 10-11, 2023.
SEACREST STUDIOS’ RADIO AND TV PROGRAMMING AT U.S. PEDIATRIC HOSPITALS
Project: Ryan Seacrest Foundation’s (RSF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring today’s youth through entertainment and education-focused initiatives. RSF’s primary initiative is to build broadcast media centers — Seacrest Studios — within pediatric hospitals for patients to explore the creative realms of radio, television and new media. Most recently, the foundation opened a brand new Seacrest Studio at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, complete with state-of-the-art video and audio equipment. The studio helps the foundation fulfill its mission of contributing positively to the healing process of children and their families through radio and TV programming.