Friday November 28, 2014

Current Issue

Jail Caesar
»POSTED on November 23, 2014
How does a young man some called “a wastrel” become, at just 33, Julius Caesar, ruler of the known world? For writer, director, producer Paul Schoolman, that question was the genesis of his new film Jail Caesar. Starring Derek Jacobi as Sulia, John Kani as Marius and Alice Krige as the Pirate Captain, the movie is set in three South African... //READ MORE

Features

Jake Gillenhaal in Nightcrawler Hula Post Production Supports Nightcrawler
»POSTED on November 20, 2014
Hula Post Production provided equipment, facilities and support to the editorial team from Nightcrawler, the new thriller from director Dan Gilroy and Open Road Films.
Blue Highway Taking the Blue Highway to Cinemersia
»POSTED on November 20, 2014
Pre-production has begun on Blue Highway, which the filmmakers intend to be unlike any film in cinema history. Written and directed by David Marlett (author of the best-selling novel, Fortunate Son) Blue Highway will be crafted to be viewed, or better put, experienced, from within virtual reality headgear, such as the Oculus Rift, or the soon-to-launch Samsung Gear VR, or the rumored Sony Morpheus.
Remote Area Medical founder Stan Brock Remote Area Medical Filmmakers Respond to Closing of Free Clinic
»POSTED on November 19, 2014
Editor’s Note: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office turned down an offer from the group Remote Area Medical to offer free health care to thousands of New Yorker’s the day after Thanksgiving. Filmmakers Jeff Reichert and Farihah Zaman have made a documentary about Remote Area Medical, which opens in New York on November 28. They published an open letter in response. Here is their letter:
Chicagoland Documenting the Fight for Survival in Chicagoland
»POSTED on November 19, 2014
Early in his career as a combat cameraman Mark Benjamin covered the 1973 Arab-Israeli War, and he’s been chasing challenging stories ever since.
Writer/director J.C. Khoury and director of photography Andreas von Scheele Shooting All Relative
»POSTED on November 18, 2014
One of the most critical decisions that any independent producer has to make is what camera to choose for a particular project. Such was the case with writer/director J.C. Khoury and director of photography Andreas von Scheele when they filmed their recent feature-length comedy/drama All Relative.
Cinerama, Seattle Seattle Cinerama to Reopen November 20
»POSTED on November 18, 2014
Seattle's Cinerama will reopen on November 20 for the premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1. The theater, owned by philanthropist and entrepreneur, Paul G. Allen, has been upgraded to a world-class theater with the best sight and sound offerings available.