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  • Telluride Film Festival unveils lineup
    Friday August 29th 2008

    Directors David Fincher and Jan Troell and actress Jean Simmons will be trekking this Labor Day weekend to the Rockies, where each will be feted with a tribute at the 35th Telluride Film Festival. The pocket-size festival, which traditionally doesn’t reveal its lineup until the last minute, gets under way Friday in the Colorado mountain town.

  • Stereo converting 3-D masses
    Friday August 29th 2008

    Stereo Pictures is expanding its business as it begins to launch its process of converting movies to stereoscopic 3-D. According to Stereo co-president Phillip Rhee, the goal is to help studios convert libraries of titles to provide the content needed to move the 3-D business to theaters, homes and mobile[…]

  • NAB Taps Lottery to Spread DTV Word
    Friday August 29th 2008

    Maryland lottery hopefuls are getting more than a series of potential winning numbers on their tickets – they’re also getting a reminder to make sure their televisions are digitally equipped as the analog shutdown approaches. The NAB’s DTV Transition Coalition worked with the Maryland lottery board to have DTV reminders[…]

  • IFC, Kino nab two Toronto selections
    Friday August 29th 2008

    Indie distributors IFC Films and Kino International have snapped up two upcoming Toronto International Film Festival titles with World War II themes. IFC nabbed U.S. rights to Ole Christian Madsen’s “Flame & Citron,” which has its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival this weekend, followed by a Toronto fest[…]

  • Clooney, Pitt bring star power to Venice
    Thursday August 28th 2008

    Venice regulars Brad Pitt and George Clooney helped assure the 65th annual Venice Film Festival got under way with flashbulbs popping Wednesday, taking to the red carpet soon after Russian actress Ksenia Rappoport officially opened the event to an enthusiastic and packed Sala Grande. Rappoport was the master of ceremonies at the gala opening ceremony that opened the world’s oldest film festival.

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Archives for: August 20085
  • Telluride Film Festival unveils lineup
    Friday August 29th 2008

    Directors David Fincher and Jan Troell and actress Jean Simmons will be trekking this Labor Day weekend to the Rockies, where each will be feted with a tribute at the 35th Telluride Film Festival. The pocket-size festival, which traditionally doesn’t reveal its lineup until the last minute, gets under way Friday in the Colorado mountain town.

  • Stereo converting 3-D masses
    Friday August 29th 2008

    Stereo Pictures is expanding its business as it begins to launch its process of converting movies to stereoscopic 3-D. According to Stereo co-president Phillip Rhee, the goal is to help studios convert libraries of titles to provide the content needed to move the 3-D business to theaters, homes and mobile[…]

  • NAB Taps Lottery to Spread DTV Word
    Friday August 29th 2008

    Maryland lottery hopefuls are getting more than a series of potential winning numbers on their tickets – they’re also getting a reminder to make sure their televisions are digitally equipped as the analog shutdown approaches. The NAB’s DTV Transition Coalition worked with the Maryland lottery board to have DTV reminders[…]

  • IFC, Kino nab two Toronto selections
    Friday August 29th 2008

    Indie distributors IFC Films and Kino International have snapped up two upcoming Toronto International Film Festival titles with World War II themes. IFC nabbed U.S. rights to Ole Christian Madsen’s “Flame & Citron,” which has its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival this weekend, followed by a Toronto fest[…]

  • Clooney, Pitt bring star power to Venice
    Thursday August 28th 2008

    Venice regulars Brad Pitt and George Clooney helped assure the 65th annual Venice Film Festival got under way with flashbulbs popping Wednesday, taking to the red carpet soon after Russian actress Ksenia Rappoport officially opened the event to an enthusiastic and packed Sala Grande. Rappoport was the master of ceremonies at the gala opening ceremony that opened the world’s oldest film festival.

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: August 20085
  • Telluride Film Festival unveils lineup
    Friday August 29th 2008

    Directors David Fincher and Jan Troell and actress Jean Simmons will be trekking this Labor Day weekend to the Rockies, where each will be feted with a tribute at the 35th Telluride Film Festival. The pocket-size festival, which traditionally doesn’t reveal its lineup until the last minute, gets under way Friday in the Colorado mountain town.

  • Stereo converting 3-D masses
    Friday August 29th 2008

    Stereo Pictures is expanding its business as it begins to launch its process of converting movies to stereoscopic 3-D. According to Stereo co-president Phillip Rhee, the goal is to help studios convert libraries of titles to provide the content needed to move the 3-D business to theaters, homes and mobile[…]

  • NAB Taps Lottery to Spread DTV Word
    Friday August 29th 2008

    Maryland lottery hopefuls are getting more than a series of potential winning numbers on their tickets – they’re also getting a reminder to make sure their televisions are digitally equipped as the analog shutdown approaches. The NAB’s DTV Transition Coalition worked with the Maryland lottery board to have DTV reminders[…]

  • IFC, Kino nab two Toronto selections
    Friday August 29th 2008

    Indie distributors IFC Films and Kino International have snapped up two upcoming Toronto International Film Festival titles with World War II themes. IFC nabbed U.S. rights to Ole Christian Madsen’s “Flame & Citron,” which has its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival this weekend, followed by a Toronto fest[…]

  • Clooney, Pitt bring star power to Venice
    Thursday August 28th 2008

    Venice regulars Brad Pitt and George Clooney helped assure the 65th annual Venice Film Festival got under way with flashbulbs popping Wednesday, taking to the red carpet soon after Russian actress Ksenia Rappoport officially opened the event to an enthusiastic and packed Sala Grande. Rappoport was the master of ceremonies at the gala opening ceremony that opened the world’s oldest film festival.

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