I'm back from the Consumer Electronics Show with a wakeup call for Hollywood and the majors.
With the unveiling of the Dolby Theater in Hollywood and the release of Pixar's "Brave" tomorrow, pros and the public are getting their first ears-ful of Dolby's new sound format, Atmos.
On St. Patrick's Day I went to the premiere of Relativity's Snow White movie, "Mirror, Mirror," which I enjoyed a lot more than I expected to, given that I'm not now and never have been a 12-year-old…
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The more I think about it, the more convinced I am that YouTube is getting ready to burn down the filmed entertainment business as we know it. In fact, the match has already been struck. We just…
Testronic Labs and colorist Steven J. Scott of Efilm are the recipients of the Hollywood Post Alliance's 2011 HPA Judges Award for Creativity and Innovation in Post Production.
Testronic Labs has opened a new file-based facility in Burbank.
During my interviews for Tuesday's article on compressed post-production schedules and the crush to finish visual effects on studio tentpoles, something got stuck in my head and I can't get it out.
Earlier this week I spoke to execs from company that has pacted to make hundreds of little-seen movies available for streaming VOD. The execs I spoke to were very excited about this "long tail" play.
"About five years ago," remembers Sony 3D maven Buzz Hayes, "about six of us sat down for lunch at the Magic Castle, and realized we were everybody doing anything with stereo (3D) in the industry."