Monday October 20, 2014

Current Issue

Billy Elliot the Musical Live
»POSTED on October 13, 2014
Event cinema history was made last month in Ireland and the UK when Billy Elliot the Musical Live topped the UK box office for a weekend, beating the Denzel Washington thriller The Equalizer (£1.90million-£1.89 million).

Features

Pompeii Live, British Museum/More2Screen Winners Named for ECA 2014 Awards
»POSTED on October 20, 2014
The Event Cinema Association has announced the winners for its Second Annual ECA Awards.
The Hadza: Last of the First Can the Hadza be Saved?
»POSTED on October 20, 2014
The Hadza: Last Of The First chronicles the lives of the Hadza tribe of Tanzania, possibly the last true hunter-gatherer group on earth.
Why Did the Makers of Wedlock Choose Canon Gear? Why Did the Makers of Wedlock Choose Canon Gear?
»POSTED on October 17, 2014
When director Ross Partridge and cinematographer Doug Emmett were in pre-production on their nine-episode web series Wedlock, they knew that a cinematic, shallow depth of field look would be essential to make their show stand out.
The grand opening featured Disney's Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Children’s Hospital Creates Movie Theater with Help from Christie
»POSTED on October 17, 2014
Christie donated a digital projector, screen, and audio system to Children’s Hospital of Orange County that helped create a dedicated movie theater for the children and their families.
Canon Cine-Servo 50-1000mm T5.0-8.9 Ultra-Telephoto Zoom lens Size Matters: Canon Unveils Industry’s Longest 4K Telephoto Zoom Lens
»POSTED on October 16, 2014
With the increasing use of large-format single-sensor 4K cameras for field productions like sports and nature documentaries, Canon has introduced the new ultra-telephoto Cine-Servo 50-1000mm T5.0-8.9 Ultra-Telephoto Zoom lens.
Hollywood Center Studios plans expansion Hollywood Center Studios Plans Expansion
»POSTED on October 16, 2014
Hollywood Center Studios, one of the largest independent production lots in Southern California, is finalizing plans to construct a 106,000 square foot office complex designed to serve the area’s burgeoning film and television community.

News

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