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5 Things To Keep In Mind In Post-Production

5 Things To Keep In Mind In Post-Production By Satyam Raj Post Production studios are gaining an edge in the industry due to their exceptional contribution in film making. One of the humungous and important phases of film making, post production goes through many channels like dubbing studios, editing studios, colour correction, etc. before the final version is out. Post…

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CANNES 2017 The Creative Mind Group selects “Morning After” to screen in their Festival de Cannes’ Top Shorts Showcase

(Los Angeles, CA) – May 17th, 2017.  Morning After directed by award-winning filmmaker Patricia Chica, written by Kristian Hodko and produced by Patricia Chica and Byron A. Martin has been selected to be a part of the 2017 Creative Minds – Festival de Cannes – Shorts Block. The Creative Mind Group, founded by Rob Ford, has curated a special presentation of the best international short films at the film market and has…

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Aston Productions brings Irish Folklore to Cannes with acclaimed short “Deirdre”

* Actress Tara Fitzgerald attached to the feature film adaptation. * (LONDON, UK) – May 9th, 2017. – Henley based production company Aston Productions is proud to announce that their latest award-winning short film “Deirdre”, written and directed by Jo Southwell, will have a special screening in the city of Cannes during the Richard Harris International Film Festival showcase as…

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Peccadillo Pictures picks up thriller “B&B” after Best LGBT Film win at the London Independent Film Festival.

(London, UK) – April 27th, 2017.  Suspense thriller B&B, written and directed by BAFTA-nominated Joe Ahearne (Trance, The Replacement, Doctor Who) and produced by Jayne Chard (Dartmoor Killing, I’ll Tell You), won Best LGBT Film at the London Independent Film Festival. Distributor Peccadillo Pictures picked up the UK and Ireland rights after its World Premiere at the festival. International rights are still available. Marc and Fred went to war when they were refused a…

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Importance Of Editing In Film Production

Importance Of Editing In Film Production By Satyam Raj What is editing? Editing helps to put all the shots into a proper sequence so that the film comes out as a comprehensive whole unit. Editing is so important that it can actually make or break the entire film. The editor is a creative professional who works with the story, pacing,…

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Horror Producers at Roman Media champion Women in Film and Diversity in Entertainment at a glamorous Hollywood event

Hollywood, CA) – February 8th, 2017. Roman Media Inc. is proud to announce their 3rd Annual Red Carpet and Fashion Show Event in Hollywood to be held at Boulevard3 nightclub, on Tuesday February 21st. The glamorous soirée is a celebration of Women in Film and Diversity in Entertainment and is free for industry guests to attend. The VIP section and red carpet appearances are by invitation only.   TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21st,…

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SOSKA SISTERS’ ANNUAL MASSIVE BLOOD DRIVE PSA

Los Angeles’ Scream Queens unite for a good cause in Patricia Chica’s Las Cholas segment. (Hollywood, CA) February 1st, 2017 – Michelle Romano’s Roman Media Inc. join forces with award-winning director Patricia Chica in the production of a segment for the Annual Massive Blood Drive PSA, curated by the Soska Sisters. Every year internationally renowned identical twin filmmakers, the Soska…

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Portrait of an Addict Trailer: Starring Sandy Kim

Check out the trailer for the latest project from Future Legends Productions and Resonant Films, “Portrait of an Addict,” a dark drama about a woman, Kali, battling drug addiction and personal demons. After losing custody of her daughter, she needs to find steady employment and attend NA meetings as steps to get her daughter back. Kali takes a job as a caregiver to Henry,…

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2017 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL Premieres Native Documentary Short My Father’s Tools *** A Wapikoni mobile Production ***

2017 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL Premieres Native Documentary Short My Father’s Tools *** A Wapikoni mobile Production *** (Park City, UT) – January 18th, 2017. My Father’s Tools, an observational Canadian documentary directed by first-time aboriginal filmmaker Heather Condo, is part of the Shorts Selection at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. The story, which introduces Condo’s spouse Stephen Jerome, a traditional…

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