Mog Technologies has released its new product line for media professionals. The company says this new collection of tools and software will help media creators and distributors bring their visions to life and share them with unparalleled speed and precision.
View All Content
As has been widely reported, Regal Cinemas, the second-largest chain of movie theatres in the U.S., will close 39 locations after its parent company Cineworld filed for bankruptcy in September, according to legal filings.
Everyman and partner Jaguar recently presented a special immersive event and screening of the film Babylon at the four-screen Everyman Crystal Palace. The venue was transformed into a dazzling cinematic experience, transporting 300 guests to the hedonistic world of Hollywood in the 1920s.
In what many referred to as a transition year for the industry, the Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition said it managed record-breaking achievements in 2022 with new goals exceeded. The distributor saw the most titles delivered in a single quarter, the third quarter since its inception with a record 91 titles including several live events.
The film By Water, directed by Iyabo Kwayana, is an official selection of the Animation Short Film Program at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival. By Water, will also be the first animated experimental film to appear on America ReFramed. The short film follows an unlikely hero's journey into his own memories and becomes a vehicle for reconciliation and healing for himself and his sibling.
On January 28, NASA, the Houston Cinema Arts Society, and Space Center Houston will host a screening of films by finalists and winners of the 2022 CineSpace international short film competition.
The Society of Camera Operators has announced the nominees for the Camera Operator of the Year awards for the Film and Television categories. Nominees will be awarded live and in-person at the Loews Hollywood Hotel on February 25 during the annual Society of Camera Operators Lifetime Achievement Awards. In a first for the awards, the SOC has announced six nominees for Camera Operator of the Year in both the Film and Television categories.
For the fifth year in a row, more Sundance Film Festival filmmakers selected Adobe video editing and collaboration tools than any other. This year’s annual Sundance Institute survey found that more than two-thirds (67 percent) of Sundance films used Adobe Premiere Pro or Frame.io to bring their stories to life: Premiere Pro is the festival’s most popular video editing software, used by more than half of Sundance films, including Plan C, Going Varsity in Mariachi, Sometimes I This about Dying, Fremont and many others.
The Cinema Foundation, in partnership with Fandango, has announced that today movie theatres across the country will take part in National Popcorn Day. Movie theatres including more than 34,000 screens have agreed to participate, with promotions including discounted prices, unlimited popcorn refills, free popcorn with the purchase of a drink, or free popcorn.
Arsenal FX Color, with studios in Santa Monica, Albuquerque and Atlanta, has added colorist Tahirah Foy to its growing staff. Formerly with HBO, Foy brings diverse experience in color grading for television, film, and broadcast media, and in film restoration. In her first project for Arsenal FX Color, she will be performing final color grading for the feature documentary Big Boss, directed by Keke Palmer.