According to reelchicago.com, the State of Illinois’ 2008 film revenues have edged a little closer to the 2007 record of USD155 million thanks to Michael Mann’s blockbuster Public Enemies.
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What happens when companies like adamandeveDDB, Caviar, Iris Worldwide, and Partizan make in-camera-edited super 8 films in lockdown? Find out at the straight 8 shootout: the isolation edition global premier, live online on Thursday June 25th at 2pm UK time on straight8.net.
adamandeveDDB, Caviar, Iris Worldwide, Partizan, VCCP and more to go head-to-head in global celluloid filmmaking challenge from lockdown.
Principal production has started on the Fox Searchlight Film based on the acclaimed 2000 documentary of the same name which chronicled the rise and fall of televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has widely been described as a love letter to a bygone era. Set in 1969, Quentin Tarantino’s ninth feature is somewhat of a walk down memory lane for the director. Period locations featured were plucked from his memories of growing up in the city or draw on his encyclopedic knowledge […]
The fourth part of the critically acclaimed TV series took its inspiration from Homer’s Odyssey epic, which follows Odysseus’ return to Ithaca after the fall of Troy. The culinary and cultural road trip included many of Greece’s famed archaeological sites.
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CBS’s reboot of Magnum P.I. which shoots in Hawaii is renewed for a second season.
In early November the Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau invited six British location managers on a familiarisation trip to Sri Lanka. I joined David Pinnington (Guardians of the Galaxy, Game of Thrones), Eduardo Rodriguez (Ready Player One, Black Mirror), Ben Macgregor (Blitz, RocknRolla), Martin Walker (The Fitzroy, Ill Manors) , Mick Ratman (The Flag, Welcome […]
MRC and Universal’s Mortal Engines based production at New Zealand film studios, chiefly employing local professionals. The film received the 20% cash rebate as well as a 5% uplift only available to certain productions.