The cinema software and content delivery company Unique X and Pixelogic, a provider of content localization and distribution services for the media and entertainment industry, have together launched KDMX, a fully managed key delivery message generation and fulfilment service for theatrical film releasing.
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MTI Film has named industry veteran Brian Gaffney as vice president of product for the company's software division.
The 28th European Union Film Festival is now underway in New Delhi across three prominent venues—the India Habitat Centre, Instituto Cervantes (Spanish Cultural Center), and The Goethe-Institut /Max Mueller Bhavan. The festival opened with the screening of the Grand Prix-winning French film Saint Omer directed by Alice Diop.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors announced today that award‐winning actor, comedian, and author Patton Oswalt will host the 71st Annual Golden Reel Awards. The event will take place March 3, 2024, at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles.
In a one-of-its-kind initiative to digitize the century-long history of the globally celebrated Hindi film industry, Google Arts & Culture last week launched the largest ever online exhibition on Hindi cinema.
Éléphant: The Memory of Québec Cinema has announced that its catalogue of more than 250 films can now be accessed directly on its website. All the feature films it has digitized and restored are now available in one place, without restriction, from anywhere in Canada. The move marks the 15th anniversary of Quebecor's largest philanthropic project, which was officially launched on November 18, 2008.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors will honor award-winning director/writer/producer Michael Dinner with its annual Filmmaker Award. Dinner will receive the award at the 71st Annual MPSE Golden Reel Awards on March 3, 2024, at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles.
The 54th International Film Festival of India begins November 21 at Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Indoor Stadium, in Panaji, Goa with a gala opening ceremony.
Writer-director Le Chau was born in Vietnam, moved to the United States when she was 22, and graduated from the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television in 2023. Her short film Doldrums tells the story of a Vietnam War veteran’s experience in two time periods: in the midst of combat and in his modern-day civilian life.
Typically, when a series wants to change its look from its first season to its second, there’s a prime consideration that the cinematographer has to take into account: What do you take from the first season and what do you do new for the second? That was where cinematographer Eric Branco found himself with having to set the look for the second season of the Max series Rap Sh!t. Fortunately, he had watched season 1 and loved it, so when his agent called to see if he was interested in changing up the look for season 2, he was all for it.