And THIS is how you engage: witness the Transmedia Marketing “Commercial” for new Tilda Swinton movie, Okja. The film follows Mija, a young girl who must risk everything to prevent a powerful, multinational company from kidnapping her pig called Okja. Swinton playing the leader of said company, Lucy Mirando. Mirando […]
According to Georgia’s Film, Music & Digital Entertainment Office, 245 film and TV productions were shot in Georgia during fiscal year 2016 (between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016). Those productions spent $2.02 billion during that time and generated an economic impact of $7.2 billion. (Much of the state’s […]
So the beloveds at the Serbia Film Commission have finally been able to announce the long-awaited film incentive (a not too shabby 20% cash rebate) – and to do so they’ve launched the impressive Film Scout Magazine. Click here for the link to the e-version.
And how movie trailers changed movies – from Josh Dieza at The Verge. “We’re now making advertising for advertising, a teaser for the actual teaser, which is an advertisement for a movie,” said Shawn Yashar of trailer shop Transit. “There’s definitely more content out there than ever before.” The trailer […]
Britt Robertson has just got “it.”
As you may know by now, I like my histories and I like them real. So I am beyond excited for Saints and Strangers, this gritty, de-sanitised Pilgrim Fathers miniseries from Nat Geo. I love love love the progressive info drops in the trailers, and the tone of peril and […]
These adults, friends of yours, ask you what movies they should see….If they’ve already seen The Martian, what do you tell them now? Do you suggest Bridge of Spies? Probably, that’s another solid adult entertainment option. And that’s their movie going for all of October, with the next would-be date […]