Submitted by Nick Dager on Thu, 11/15/2012 - 09:20.
The sudden loss of a family member or loved one may be one of the most difficult and painful experiences that will occur at some point in your life. How grief is handled is a very personal choice with family traditions and culture playing a big role. While there is no right or wrong way in dealing with these types of painful emotions, sometimes they are dealt with in ways that don’t always make sense to everyone else. In the documentary Songs From The Farm, director and producer Alice Ho, examines the lives of a rural fur farmer and his wife living in Shandong, China as they struggle to cope with life after their son’s suicide, each managing grief in very different ways.
Submitted by Nick Dager on Thu, 11/15/2012 - 09:06.
Universal Orlando Resort has announced that the Transformers: The Ride – 3D, which was created under license from Hasbro and based on its iconic Transformers brand – will bring the intergalactic battle between the Autobotsand the Decepticons to Universal Studios Florida.
Submitted by Nick Dager on Wed, 11/14/2012 - 18:36.
Thanks to a high-speed cloud network that allows colorists to work in a collaborative environment with grading tasks distributed in a unique manner. “I equate our workflow to a restaurant,” says Encore’s senior colorist Pankaj Bajpai. “I’m like the head chef. I design recipes to satisfy the tastes of our customers. But, we also have sous chefs, dessert chefs and line cooks. We’ve worked it out so that everyone is aware of what’s needed and at the end it all returns to me. I finish every shot. This workflow allows me to do a lot of finessing as opposed to spending time on routine tasks.”
Submitted by Nick Dager on Wed, 11/14/2012 - 18:25.
Illinois Theater, the longest-operating movie theater in the city of Jacksonville, Illinois, is making the transition to digital cinema. Illinois Theater first opened its doors in the late 1800’s as the Grand Opera House.
Submitted by Nick Dager on Wed, 11/14/2012 - 18:10.
Syufy Enterprises, which operates drive-in theaters located in California, Arizona and Nevada, is converting all of its outdoor screens to digital projection. Independent equipment integrator and installer Moving Image Technologies is supplying Barco DP2K-32B projectors for the transition.