Filmmaker and visual effects legend Douglas Trumbull is partnering with Christie on May 11 to premiere UFOTOG, a dramatic 10-minute experimental sci-fi story about a lone man attempting to photograph UFOs. Directed by Trumbull and created in 4K 3D at 120 frames per second, the short film will be screened on a Christie Mirage 4K35, the 4K DLP resolution projector running at 120Hz, at the Seattle Cinerama Theater’s 2nd Annual Sci-Fi Film Festival.
Jonas Holmberg is succeeding Marit Kapla as the new artistic director at the Göteborg International Film Festival. Holmberg has been the festival’s international program director and the deputy artistic director since 2012. He is taking over as director while Kapla assumes responsibility for the festival’s new digital film channel.
The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival has received a $10,000 grant from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in support of the festival’s retrospective artist. In alignment with the 2014 festival’s theme of humor, this year’s retrospective filmmaker is Robert B. Weide, widely known for his work as principal director and executive producer of HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm.
The 15th annual Nordic Film Market begins January 30 at the Göteborg International Film Festival where an all time high of 48 fresh films and upcoming projects from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland will be screened.
DVS will serve as an Official Supplier of the Berlin International Film Festival February 6-16 and provide three Clipster mastering stations as well as one SpycerBox Flex to handle storage and workflows.
Technicolor-PostWorks New York provided post-production services for three films screening this month at Camerimage, the world’s leading international film festival celebrating cinematographers and the craft of cinematography.
Barco is supporting the 40th Film Fest Gent, Belgium, which runs through October 19th with projectors, an LED display and an interactive voting solution for the Best Belgian Student Short Film Competition.
The decision to see—or not to see—a movie often rests on the film's trailer. No wonder that moviemakers invest a great deal of effort to create previews that grab our attention and make us want to see more. Now in its fourth year, the International Movie Trailer Festival celebrates the art of the indie trailer. One
Technicolor-PostWorks New York provided post-production services to five films that screened at this month’s Toronto International Film Festival. They included three narrative films, John Turturro’s Fading Gigolo, David Frankel’s One Chance, and Ned Benson’s The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him and Her, as well as Alex Gibney’s documentary The Armstrong Lie, and The Weinstein Company’s concert film 12.12.12: The Concert for Sandy Relief.
Group 1200 Media, in conjunction with Giant Ape Media, announced today a partnership with Tugg to release live-action Korean zombie coming of age melodrama, Let Me Out theatrically in three U.S. cities simultaneously for one night only on Wednesday, September 25th at 7:30pm. Let Me Out is the first Korean independent film released back-to-back in both Korea and the U.S. and is distributed in the U.S. by Funimation Entertainment, a Group 1200 Media company, based in Flower Mound, Texas.