Joby Action Jib Kit – For Every Steven Spielberg

The gap continues to narrow between what professional filmmakers use and what the prosumer uses. In fact, the ubiquity of social media and the apparent need to express one’s inner ... Continue Reading →

LUCASFILM & ILM Launch ILMxLAB to Develop Immersive Computer Animated Entertainment

By David Riess   Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) and parent company Lucasfilm, Ltd. have announced the formation of ILM Experience Lab (ILMxLAB), a new division that will draw ... Continue Reading →

Lambert and Stamp

Lambert and Stamp tells the story of the improbable pair of Brits who plucked a band from inevitable obscurity, eventually making the band one of the most creative and innovative bands ... Continue Reading →

Night of 100 Stars Oscar Viewing Party & John Wayne Odyssey Ball

Same event (for 25 years;  same Producer & Dinner Chairman (Norby Walters); Familiar Sponsor, famed designer Peter Nygard & similar cast of former Oscar winners & nominees ... Continue Reading →

The Wrecking Crew

We are in the middle of an embarrassment of riches when it comes to music documentaries. In the fine tradition of shining the spotlight on the unsung heroes of the music business (think ... Continue Reading →

Don Giovanni – San Diego Opera: Far More Than Fifty Shades

Don Giovanni – San Diego Opera Occasionally the worlds of opera and film overlap, and such is the case this weekend when both Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Fifty Shades of Grey open. ... Continue Reading →

Art and Code Breaking: Mr. Turner and The Imitation Game

As the year races to an end, the theatres are piling up with a trio of brilliant British biopics. After Stephen Hawking, I wonder who is better known, Alan Turing or JMW Turner? Regardless, ... Continue Reading →

The Theory of Everything

The study of physics has had a fascinating history in the arts. The latest foray explores the life of the greatest living physicist. Director James Marsh has built his current film ... Continue Reading →