Streaming service Netflix is an undisputed giant of online film and television delivery, but its offerings can sometimes be a bit
Excerpt via ID By Arnolt Smead Oct 4 2018, 6:46am HARMONY KORINE BLOCKBUSTER September 11–October 20, 2018 976 Madison Avenue, New York Ever since he made a name for himself in the 90’s with the script for Larry Clarks “Kids,” Korine has been honing his craft as a storyteller, constructing a universe and an aesthetic distinctly […]
It’s incredibly effective stuff, showing us as the audience that Suspiria isn’t going to be the usual schlocky remake made up of jump-scares. Instead it’s going to mix terror and dread for an experience that will get under our skin and stay there.
An evolving body of science suggests that VR immersion and interaction fires up your brain in ways a big-screen movie or a book can’t. That’s allowing studios like Baobab to drive the art of storytelling.
Whatever problems virtual reality had in 2016, the industry also laid important groundwork, and it’s starting to pay off — particularly at the experimental New Frontier showcase of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
Hollywood has ceded the vast majority of the more stimulating content to premium networks and over-the-top services such as HBO and Showtime, and, increasingly, digital-native platforms such as Netflix and Amazon. These companies also have access to analytics tools that Hollywood could never fathom, and an allergy to its inefficiency.
SkyLights provides headsets for onflight virtual reality experiences.
Invisible, a new VR six-part scripted action thriller series from digital entertainment company 30 Ninjas, transforms storytelling in VR by letting the script dicate the process, not the technology.
Netflix is spending $6 billion a year on content, choking basic cable and brusquely rattling the relationship business of the town as fears of a Google- or Apple-sized dominance send a chill down the entertainment industry’s spine. Studios and cable channels fret that the company, with its 83 million global subscribers, is sucking up so many […]
One of the most popular ways to consume electronic entertainment in China is by visiting an iCafe, or Net Cafe. These are places where patrons physically stop by to play games. Some locations charge based on time, while others charge based on the content of the experience, but they all provide an outlet for people to […]
Original title: Felix The Cat USA | 1924 | 7 Eps Languages available: EN Genre: Animation Director: Otto Messmer Felix the Cat was the first animated superstar, and these early shorts reveal the source of the character’s phenomenal popularity. Animator Otto Messmer created Felix for “Feline Follies,” a one-shot cartoon designed to fill a gap in an […]
“EclairColor allows us to obtain better image contrast and greater color fidelity,” – Ymagis chairman and CEO Jean Mizrahi. This includes HDR — a wider range between the whitest whites and blackest blacks in an image — which is getting a lot of interest from Hollywood filmmakers but currently only Dolby Cinema as well as […]
THE TALKS Name: Tessa Charlotte Rampling DOB: 5 February 1946 Place of Birth: Sturmer, Essex, England Occupation: Actress Ms. Rampling, what does it take to be an actor? I think you have to be brave. I think you have to think of being; I think you have to think of being someone. If you’re an […]
WHAT: Sign ‘O’ The Times, 1987, USA, 85 min, 35mm Directed by Prince Starring Prince, Sheila E., Sheena Easton, Boni Boyer and Cat WHEN: Friday/Saturday, June 17th & 18th 8:15pm WHERE: New Beverly Cinema, Los Angeles Buy Tickets By John-Paul Shiver Displaying and performing in what can be described as a spain in the summertime wardrobe, complete […]
Since the dawn of the screenshot, we’ve been warned that once something’s posted to the Internet, it’s there forever. Yes, we should all be thinking before we tweet/Tumble/Like/whathaveyou even if our profile is set to private. For somewhere out there is a human taking screenshots of profiles and maybe even developing a digital archive to […]
Who doesn’t love Netflix? With an ever-growing stable of movies and television shows available for streaming and a cast of original properties to die for, it’s no wonder it’s number one with cord-cutters and movie buffs of all persuasions