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Sixth Annual Digital Cinema Media Awards Announced

Thu, 09/22/2022 - 15:22 -- Nick Dager

The sixth annual Digital Cinema Media Awards, held in partnership with Campaign, took place this week at BAFTA. Leading figures from the media and advertising worlds came together to celebrate and reward the most impactful cinema advertising work created by the industry. The big winners on the night were Disney+ The Walking Dead and Publicis Imagine’s Frighteningly Good: How Disney+ Jump Started Their 18+ Audience campaign.

Liquid Media Group CEO Bullish on Cinema

Wed, 09/21/2022 - 13:55 -- Nick Dager

In an open letter to Liquid Media Group shareholders, CEO Joshua Jackson expressed confidence in the future of cinema. “Over the last eight months, we have been meticulously striving to shore up partnerships and acquisitions to provide our clients with infrastructure, services, research, and resources that will position Liquid Media Group as a leader in the independent content creation universe, and unique in its scope of offerings unlike any other provider in our space,” Jackson said

RSP Delivers for The Boys

Tue, 09/20/2022 - 11:39 -- Nick Dager

In its second outing with the wildly popular superhero drama The Boys, developed by Eric Kripke and based on the comic book by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, Rising Sun Pictures delivered more than 100 visual effects shots for the show’s eight-episode third season. The studio’s contributions included a jaw-dropping sequence that opens the first episode, depicting the spectacular, near total destruction of New York City.

DTLA Film Festival Names Winners

Tue, 09/20/2022 - 11:27 -- Nick Dager

The 13th annual DTLA Film Festival has announced its winners. Florencia Krochik’s The Rest of Us, a feature documentary about DACA kids shot over a decade, won Best Picture. Other winners included director Martin Torrez’ The Great American Low Rider Tradition, a feature documentary about the Lowrider culture of East Los Angeles, which took the Audience Favorite Award Sophie Galibert was named Best Director for Cherry, a narrative dramedy that tackles the hot-button topic of abortion.

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