Paramount Breaks Age-Old Ban on Early Web Sales of Movies
The relative health of the film and video production industry in the United States can be measured by the profusion of location audio rental houses. http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/75e55367#/75e55367/28
Meet cinematographer Denny Wong: When you put your mind to something and go all in, it’s amazing what you can achieve in a short amount of time. http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/75e55367#/75e55367/18
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Georgia's entertainment industry is on the rise, and the state's film, music and digital entertainment office has appointed a panel of local experts to help "Y'allywood" stay ahead of the curve.
“I believe audio is the most important aspect for moving an audience.”
GoPro raids Hulu in big original content bet
Pinewood Atlanta Studios pushes Pinewood Group to record revenue
Considerations for on-camera monitors ow.ly/OLg4m
Meet up-and-coming cinematographer Denny Wong: ow.ly/OLfkH
FirstCom Music Unveils FCAnimated
As Georgia’s film industry booms, creating billions of dollars in annual wages, the University of North Georgia wants to help its students enter the field.
Denny Wong is a director who works in a viscerally expressive vein of realism.
Georgia’s Moon River Studios is now America’s largest film and television studio project
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Film and video have progressed rapidly into the digital age, but they still have a long way to go to catch up with the capabilities of audio.
As the world of comic books populates the big screen and other formats, there becomes more to its storytelling than compelling heroes, storylines and graphics—it’s the sound that creates the
Q&A with Moon River Studios chairman: Savannah superior to Atlanta
Post-production of "Sinatra: All or Nothing at All" & "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine."
How indie producers get the job done. ow.ly/OLfQt
Lighting Up the Hunger Games:
Georgia crafts a peachy deal to keep productions filming in state
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