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2014 Post Production Year in Review

As the year comes to a close and we look forward to 2015, we should look back at 2014 and see what we have learned. ...

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I came across a quote from an Eastman College student handbook from 1884 that applies to screenwriting too; “You must walk and you must do...

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Descendants of the Past, Ancestors of the Future

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/104242543 Year Made: 2014 Description: Golden Globe, Emmy, and Drama Desk nominee Tina Chen (THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR) and Albert M. Chan (GHOSTS...

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High Output names Daniel H. Jentzen Account Executive and Director of Education

High Output, Inc announced today that Daniel H Jentzen, a lighting designer and theatre teacher, will join the company full-time as Account Executive in its...


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Street Art Deemed Fair Use

In a case that has implications for filmmakers; the Ninth Circuit recently held that the popular band Green Day’s unauthorized use of street artists’ work,...



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MAR2015 There is an enormous repository of varied locations in New England. There’s what everybody expects. And then, there’s the Ray and Maria Stata Center for Computer, Information and Intelligence Sciences built on the site of MIT’s legendary Building 20, a “temporary” timber-framed building constructed during World War II that served as a breeding ground for many of the great ideas that were born at MIT. Designed by renowned architect Frank O. Gehry, the Stata Center is meant to carry on Building 20’s innovative and serendipitous spirit, and to foster interaction and collaboration across many disciplines. This fascinating building is home to the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS) and the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at MIT. Its striking design—featuring tilting towers, many-angled walls and whimsical shape —challenges much of the conventional wisdom of laboratory and campus building. Certain to be a cinema focal point at some point, we simply couldn’t resist putting on the cover and we hope it captured your attention. When the building opened in 2004, Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Robert Campbell wrote in the Boston Globe that the building is “a work of architecture that embodies serious thinking about how people live and work, and at the same time shouts the joy of invention.”

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Another IMAGINE Industry New Year’s Celebration & “Imaginnaire” Awards Gala is successfully in the history books and I must say once again the support for this event was extravagant and the happenstance more than surprising to me.

Congratulations to our honorees, the new “Imaginnaires” are Lisa Strout, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Film Office; Ben Fowlie Executive Director of the Camden International Film Festival, RoDooley-Webster, President of The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Boston/NE; and the Market Director of Communications & Public Affairs for CBS Boston; and Tommy DeNucci, Actor/Writer/Director (ALMOST MERCY, BLEED FOR THIS) who took home our Shooting Star Award.
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