They have looked into the crystal ball of television's future. Their verdict: cloudy.
That Was The Week That Was," a satirical program that ran Saturday nights on BBC in the early '60s, launched careers and rocked the establishment by mining the events of the preceding week for its…
In many businesses, some brands break through the clutter and develop a cultlike following. Think Starbucks for coffee, Apple for computers, and Google for search. And for cameras, think Red.
Why did the NAB pick "The Tipping Point" author Malcolm Gladwell to engage in a keynote dialogue with org prexy David Rehr and audience members April 22?
Every awards season, in the period bracketed by the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards (this year extending from Jan. 11 to Feb. 22), members of the jeans, T-shirt and ballcap crowd don tuxes and…
They say two heads are better than one. This may be validated on Oscar night, because two of the noms for film editing have gone to duos rather than individual cutters.
How do you promote the end of the world? That was the question facing 20th Century Fox as the studio pondered the marketing plan for "The Day the Earth Stood Still."
Why do some directors keep hiring the same editor film after film? It's all about chemistry -- and being on the same esthetic wavelength.
Storytelling in film may begin with the script but assumes its final form in the editing suite. In that quiet sanctum, where the director and the editor collaborate -- and sometimes struggle -- to…
It all starts with the deal. No project -- whether film, TV or live event -- can go forward until a deal spells out such terms as ownership, compensation and residuals.
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Out of the Furnace3Daily: $500,820 Cumulative: $5.7M Relativity Media -58.71%