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Thursday, Mar. 5, 2020
"Cosmos" Continues Carl Sagan's Legacy At A Pivotal Moment In History
The late astronomer and educator Carl Sagan helped to put wonderment sparked by science in the mainstream public consciousness with the lauded 1980 PBS docuseries Cosmos , which won three Emmys in ‘81: a pair for Outstanding Individual Achievement--Creative Technical Crafts (both for the premiere...
Wednesday, Mar. 4, 2020
Mick Jagger Returns To Acting In Director Capotondi's "The Burnt Orange Heresy"
It's been nearly 20 years since Mick Jagger last acted, but as the new film "The Burnt Orange Heresy" shows, his chops have gathered no moss. In the film, which Sony Pictures Classics will release Friday, Jagger co-stars alongside Claes Bang and Elizabeth Debicki as a devilish art collector who...
Wednesday, Mar. 4, 2020
Report On Narrative Feature Lensing Delivers Encouraging and Sobering News For California
California leads among the top international competitors when it comes to attracting U.S.-based narrative feature films, according to a new study published today by FilmLA. "Feature Films: A Profile of Production" analyzes a sample of 291 live-action theatrical-release and 56 streaming-release...
Wednesday, Mar. 4, 2020
Emmy-Winning The Way Brothers Join Rattling Stick For Spots, Branded Content
Production company Rattling Stick has signed directing duo The Way Brothers (Chapman and Maclain) for representation in the U.S. spanning commercials and branded content. The Way Brothers are perhaps best known for their acclaimed Netflix documentary series Wild Wild Country centering on a...
Wednesday, Mar. 4, 2020
Attorney Says Iran Filmmaker Mohammad Rasoulof Summoned To Prison
An Iranian filmmaker who just won the Berlin Film Festival's Golden Bear has been summoned to serve a one-year prison sentence over his movies, his lawyer said Wednesday. Mohammad Rasoulof's sentence came from three films he made that authorities found to be "propaganda against the system," his...
Wednesday, Mar. 4, 2020
Amazon, Facebook, TikTok, Intel Among Latest Companies To Pull Out Of SXSW Due To Concern Over Coronavirus
Due to concerns over the coronavirus, Amazon Studios is among the latest companies to pull out of attending the South by Southwest (SXSW) conference in Austin, which is scheduled to begin March 13. This comes on the heels of such firms as Facebook, TikTok, Intel, Twitter, Vevo and Mashable...
Tuesday, Mar. 3, 2020
Political Fare Dominates Primetime; Nielsen Week In Review
For the second straight week, politics was the dominant force in primetime television. CBS News' coverage of the Democratic presidential debate from South Carolina last week was easily the most-watched event on television, with 15.34 million viewers. The newsmagazine "60 Minutes," which featured...
Tuesday, Mar. 3, 2020
Feature Lineup Set For 2020 Tribeca Film Festival
The feature program for this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, which runs from April 15-26, has been set. It includes 114 films from 124 filmmakers who hail from over 30 different countries. The lineup includes 95 world premieres, two international premieres, four North American premieres, four U.S...
Tuesday, Mar. 3, 2020
Ncam Appoints Robin Shenfield As Chairman
Ncam Technologies, a developer of real-time augmented reality technology for the media and entertainment industries, has appointed Robin Shenfield as its chairman. In this strategic role, Shenfield will apply his extensive experience in VFX and postproduction to the changing world of real-time VFX...
Tuesday, Mar. 3, 2020
BBH London Makes Historic Hire As Stephen de Wolf Becomes Its Chief Creative Officer
Stephen de Wolf has been appointed chief creative officer at BBH London. This marks the first time in its 38-year history that BBH has hired from outside the agency to fill its top creative role. De Wolf joins BBH from Clemenger BBDO in Melbourne, where he was chief creative officer. During his six...

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