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Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019
Steven J. Scott Joins Company 3 As EVP, Sr. Finishing Artist
Company 3 has added Steven J. Scott to its roster as executive VP/sr. finishing artist. Scott formerly served as VP, theatrical imaging/supervising finishing artist at Technicolor. He brings to his new roost a stellar list of credits including director/DP Alfonso Cuarón’s cinematic triumphs, Roma...
Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019
Sundance Fest To Kick Off; Lineup Includes 117 Feature Films
Hollywood is bundling up and descending on Park City, Utah to kick off the 2019 Sundance Film Festival Thursday. Although the first films of the two-week long festival won't premiere until Thursday evening, the ski town is already bustling with activity as brands and sponsors rush to finish...
Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019
Director Nadine Labaki Makes Oscar History With "Capernaum"
Nadine Labaki is standing taller than usual. The Lebanese director, a source of national pride, this week became the first female artist in the Arab world to be nominated for an Academy Award. Labaki's foreign language nomination for "Capernaum" makes her one of the only female directors to compete...
Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019
Kraft Heinz Promotes Super Bowl Spot Via "Uncensored" Online Version
Sex sells ... frozen food dishes? Kraft Heinz' frozen-food brand Devour is trying to make waves during its Super Bowl debut with an ad that takes a humorous, innuendo-packed jab at one man's "porn addiction" — as in "frozen food porn." Super Bowl ads have long used raunchiness and sex to stand out...
Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019
French Olympic Probe Raises Questions About Dentsu
An investigation by French prosecutors into alleged vote-buying connected with Tokyo winning the 2020 Olympics has raised questions about one of Japan's most powerful companies, the giant advertising and marketing agency Dentsu Inc. From its 48-story headquarters in central Tokyo, Dentsu is the...
Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019
Avant-Garde Film Maestro Jonas Mekas Dies At 96
Jonas Mekas the Lithuanian-born director, critic, patron and poet widely regarded as the godfather of modern American avant-garde film and as an indispensable documenter of his adopted New York City, has died. He was 96. Mekas, who survived a Nazi labor camp and years as a refugee, died Wednesday...
Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019
Harvey Weinstein Hires New Team Of Lawyers For NY Rape Case
Harvey Weinstein unveiled a new legal team brimming with star power Wednesday to defend him at his upcoming New York rape and sexual assault trial. Weinstein's four new lawyers all have experience defending high-profile clients, including Casey Anthony, former sports stars Aaron Hernandez and Kobe...
Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019
NFL Overtime Games Rate Highly; Nielsen Week In Review
There’s nothing like two overtime games in the NFL conference championships to keep television viewers glued to their recliners. The New England Patriots’ thrilling victory over the Kansas City Chiefs was seen by 53.92 million viewers on Sunday, the Nielsen company said. That’s up 22 percent from...
Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019
SAG Life Achievement Honoree Alan Alda Discusses Acting, Activism
When Alan Alda receives his life achievement award from the Screen Actors Guild on Sunday, it will celebrate a career that includes multiple Emmy awards, an Oscar nomination and social activism over nearly seven decades. And one that continues to thrive, despite a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease...
Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019
Spike Lee Reflects On His 1st Best Director Oscar Nomination
Spike Lee watched the Oscar nominations Tuesday morning on television from his bed, with his wife, Tonya, his two grown children, Satchel and Jackson, and their dog, Ginger. Screaming ensued . Lee landed his first directing Academy Award nomination for "BlacKkKlansman," his comic and furious send-...

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