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Category Archives: Film Production
An LATimes.com blog entry discusses why you can almost never trust most reports of film budgets. Investors, at least, should be getting accurate info. But “studio math” is notorious, as some people involved may get paid more based on how … Continue reading
Cinema Interruptus is the analysis of a film “one shot at a time” as described by Roger Ebert in his latest column. It’s incrediblyly information rich, as you can tell. visual compositions have “intrinsic weighting.” By that I believe he … Continue reading
You can read up in the Los Angeles Daily News on a bison herd in Newhall, which is north of Los Angeles. The herd started as a gift from Disney in the 1950s after they were used in filming “Westward … Continue reading
Jeremy Herron, AP Business Writer, reports on the annual retreat in Sun Valley, Idaho, hosted by investment bank Allen & Co. This is where media and tech execs mingle and make deals. Even the top Internet companies — save maybe … Continue reading