Pilot season 2022 was unlike any in recent memory. Production was down, script buys were way down, and series orders were at an all-time low. After the 2020 shutdown, Hollywood has struggled to rebound to pre-pandemic levels.
Twenty years ago this week, a small, independent film with no movie stars premiered and went on to become the highest grossing romantic comedy of all time. Let’s look at the phenomenon that was 2002’s “My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
Cinematographer John Rosario recently worked on Hulu’s new short film Starkeisha which premiered March 7th. You've probably seen John’s work on projects like Son of the South and Kirk Gibson Ceremonial First Pitch where he earned a 2019 Emmy Award. In addition, John recently worked on a 2022 SXSW selected film A Lot of Nothing which stars Justin Hartley and Lex Scott Davis.
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.
If you create video content for either digital marketing, entertainment, eLearning, or more, you know that the most important thing is to grab the attention of your target audience. The online platform is full of options. If you fail to capture their attention, your consumers bounce at a very fast rate to your competitors. Moreover, the best way to make them stick to the end and come back for more is to make them feel valued. And, that is where video translation comes in. The internet has opened up the business world to a global audience that comprises people who speak different languages. Providing video content in a language that your target audience understands goes a long way in making your customers feel like they belong. Read on to learn more about how you can start transforming your existing video content to cater to a global audience.
Countless activities take place on-set in unison. You have the actors and their stunt doubles prepping and the production crew handling different pieces of equipment to ensure every take is successful. It’s, therefore, no surprise to hear accidents occurring. Fortunately, many are avoidable. Here are valuable health and safety tips your production crew should implement.
If you're a typical movie nerd, there's a chance you might know something's up in Florida. In other words: you might've heard a certain rumor about Florida currently being one of the most attractive shooting locations. Needless to say, the rumor's nothing but the truth. Wondering why that is so? We'll give you all the answers you so desperately crave! Okay, that might sound a bit too much, but you catch our drift! Keep scrolling to find out the biggest reasons to film in Florida, and why this southern US beauty serves as a backdrop for many upcoming titles you'll enjoy in your local cinema!
Bayerischer Rundfunk needed a reliable and precise studio system to broadcast their daily news, using a consistent quality and style. In order to drive efficiencies and create the repeatable shots they were looking for they decided the studio footage should be automated. The Studiobot system was then installed in the centre of their news studio on the 3rd floor of the studio building in Munich-Freimann.