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.
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.
Cosmosphere president and chief executive officer Jim Remar has been re-elected to the board of the Giant Screen Cinema Association, an international organization with members representing filmmakers, distributors, and theatres from nearly 30 countries.
Christie is continuing its collaboration with the 2023 Australian International Movie Convention by serving as the event’s official projection partner.
The International Cinema Technology Association, the leading global network of professionals in the motion picture industry, today announced that award nominations are now open for its Third Annual North America Cinema Awards.
The Society of Camera Operators has announced the recipients of its upcoming Lifetime Achievement Awards. Recipients will be presented and honored during the annual SOC Lifetime Achievement Awards on Saturday, February 24.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors today announced that submissions for the 71st Annual MPSE Golden Reel Awards will open Thursday, September 1. The Golden Reel Awards honor outstanding achievement in sound editing in categories spanning feature films, long-form and short-form television, animation, documentaries, games, and student work.
In an impassioned formal statement, Yana Collins Lehman, chair of the Post New York Alliance, called for a quick end to the actors’ and writers’ strikes. If the strikes continue for too long, she fears, there may be no post-production houses still in business to support film and television production. Here is her statement in its entirety:
The American Society of Cinematographers, founded in 1919, is an invitation-only organization that recognizes industry professionals in the director of photography and visual effects fields. Membership has become a mark of prestige, as the title of ASC member is considered one of the highest honors a Hollywood Industry professional can receive.
The International Union of Cinemas, the trade association representing cinema operators and their national associations across 39 European territories, has published its annual report on key cinema trends in the region in 2022/23. After two disrupted years, 2022 marked a step-change in the recovery of the European cinema industry, sending a clear signal of the desire of audiences to return to the big screen when presented with a strong and diverse film offer and allowing cinemas to re-affirm their cultural and social significance within local communities.