CinemaNext has appointed Pascal Mogavero as its new executive vice president of operations, effective immediately. This strategic addition signals a pivotal phase in the company's evolution towards continued growth and excellence in the cinema industry.
The Colorist Society will host a Colorist Mixer on September 16 in Amsterdam in tandem with this year’s International Broadcasters Convention.
Created by Alex Gregory and Peter Huyck and directed by David Mandel, the five-part miniseries White House Plumbers shines a fresh light on the real-life comedy of errors that burst out of the infamous Watergate scandal. Light Iron provided dailies and final color for the project, which reteamed cinematographer Steven Meizler and supervising colorist Ian Vertovec.
Born in Venezuela and raised in Minnesota, Erika Koski’s dream of being a competitive gymnast unfortunately ended due to multiple injuries throughout her childhood. However, besides being a gifted athlete, Koski was also a musician. Her love of music allowed her to pivot to a career in professional audio production.
The Avon Theatre Film Center will host Avon reCreated Celebrates and to honor co-founders Deborah and Chuck Royce September 14 at The Village Roof Top in Stamford, Connecticut. The event will honor their years of generosity and continued commitment to the historic Avon Theatre as outgoing board chairs and toast the new co-chairs of the Avon's board of directors, Susan Cullman, and Arthur Selkowitz.
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.
The award-winning studio Neon has expanded its creative and marketing team with the hires of Alexandra Altschuler as vice president of media and Don Wilcox as vice president of marketing, both of whom join Neon from previous tenures at A24.
CinemaNext, the European, Middle Eastern and African specialist in cinema exhibitor services, has appointed Patrick von Sychowski as its new digital marketing and communications anager. With his wealth of experience and extensive connections in the cinema industry, von Sychowski is poised to help usher CinemaNext's marketing endeavors into an exciting new phase.
Brompton Technology has appointed Lotta Schiefer as its new global sales lead. With an impressive career spanning more than 30 years, during which she has worked with global manufacturers such as Barco, Vari-Lite and Wireless Solutions, Schiefer brings a wealth of industry knowledge and experience. She will utilize her expertise to further lead the company’s sales team in their mission to provide top level service to Brompton customers across the globe.
The Film Heritage Foundation has announced a special ceremony to present the inaugural lifetime achievement award for cinema projection "to honor film projectionists who have dedicated their lives to showcasing films on the big screen." Shivendra Singh Dungarpur, founder of FHF, said the Mumbai-based foundation will honor three projectionists at the event, to be held on Wednesday at the city's heritage Regal Cinema here. The foundation will screen Kamal Amrohi's 1949 classic Mahal on 35 mm vintage print to celebrate the analog-era legacy of cinema at Regal Cinema, a single-screen theatre.