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Winners of the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards, announced Sunday, January 13th 2013. MOTION PICTURES — Picture, Drama: “Argo.” — Picture, Musical or Comedy: “Les Miserables.” — Actor, Drama: Daniel Day-Lewis, “Lincoln.” — Actress, Drama: Jessica Chastain, “Zero Dark Thirty.” — Director: Ben Affleck, “Argo.” — Actor, Musical or Comedy: Hugh Jackman, “Les Miserables.” — [...]
George Clooney (three-time Golden Globe Award winner and 11-time Golden Globe Award nominee), Will Ferrell (two-time Golden Globe Award nominee), Nathan Fillion, Jennifer Garner (2002 Golden Globe Award winner and four-time Golden Globe Award nominee), Jennifer Lopez (1998 Golden Globe Award nominee), Debra Messing (eight-time Golden Globe Award nominee), Jeremy Renner (2011 Golden Globe Award [...]
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The car has stopped. Jeffrey and Frank and his gang are outside.
Eric Austin of HeliVideo has been flying RC aircraft and helicopters for about ten years, but it was two years ago that he first put a DSLR camera on a helicopter and started shooting aerial footage. Two years on and his company is shooting material for the Discovery Channel, ABC and others, primarily using the Sony NEX-FS100.
I spoke to Eric recently about how he got into the business, and what’s involved in using RC helicopters.
Read parts one and two.)
I’m sitting deep inside the bowels of the Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center on west 65th Street. The Story Hack got off to a friendly start around 10:00 this morning with an orientation by Aina Abiodun, Mike Knowlton, and Film Society of Lincoln Center Executive Director Rose Kuo.
Andrew Dosunmu’s debut fiction feature, Restless City (currently in release from AFFRM in New York, L.A. Atlanta), is perhaps the most ravishing film you’ll see on a movie screen right now.
David Lowery, one of Filmmaker’s 2011 “25 New Faces,” is set to direct a new, “contemporary western” that teams him with three others from our annual talent survey. As announced by Deadline, Ain’t Them Bodies Snakes is set to star Rooney Mara (picked for our 2009 list) and will be produced by a team including Jay Van Hoy and Lars Knudsen (from our 2006 list).
In just under eight hours, the first hackathon dedicated exclusively to narrative transmedia gets underway at Lincoln Center; here’s Part 1 about what it is and who’s sponsoring it. There are seven teams of four, so twenty-eight participants total, and if the other groups are anything like my team U.S.
If you thought that the cyber privacy war was over with the defeat of the MPAA-promoted Senate’s PIPA and the House’s SOPA bills late last year, think again.
A new House bill (H.R.
The Tribeca Film Festival announced the winners of its world cinema awards for narrative and documentary, and Lucy Mulloy’s Cuba-set drama Una Noche was a recurring presence among the prize winners.