The 16th Annual Gen Art Film Festival just finished up an eventful week, which showcased the New York premieres of seven features and seven shorts from up and coming filmmakers.
Visual effects software provider GenArts and USC's School of Cinematic Arts will be collaborating to provide GenArts vfx tools to students and faculty.
The "Mad Men" season five contract flap somehow put me in mind of the original "Star Trek," and how, after surviving one cancellation, it wheezed to its swan song after three seasons.
Ashland Independent Film FestivalEdition: 3rdLocation: Ashland, Ore.Address: P.O. Box 218Ashland, OR 97520Phone: (541) 488-3823Fax: (541) 488-7782Web site: www.ashlandfilm.orgE-mail…
New York's ultratrendy Gen Art organization has often grappled more with identity than image. Is it a festival showcase? An arbiter of fashion taste? A fine-arts collective? Or the hippest party…
Mark Osborne's "Dropping Out" will kick off and Jon Shear's "Urbania," which was acquired last week by Unapix, will close the fifth annual Gen Art Film Festival.
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