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Not deterred by receiving a 'meh' from the marketplace after a big advertising push for 3D televisions, the co...
Unless you happen to be a true polyglot, chances are you've relied on subtitles to make sense of things at som...
If there's one thing everybody likes to do in Hollywood, it's complain about remakes. One article after anothe...
Literally a one man army, acclaimed visual effects artist, director and black belt, Kory Martin Juul, has anim...
There are a number of excellent opportunities available in the entertainment field. Whether you have an intere...
Last week's news that Zach Braff had successfully raised over $2 million via Kickstarter to fund "Wish I Was H...
Catcalls and plaudits for Peter Jackson's 3D HFR (High-Frame-Rate for the technically challenged) version of <...
When making a film of any sort, the time inevitably comes to credit cast and crew... in addition to the end cr...
In late 2012 Technicolor released Colour Assist, a grading package drawing on the company's multi-decade exper...
Anyone who watches movies knows that almost every film comes with a gaggle of 'producers'. In addition to