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25th May 2012 Posted in: News Comments Off

Over a long and accomplished career, cinematographer Anette Haellmigk, whose credits include “The West Wing,” “Big Love,” and ABC’s upcoming “666 Park Avenue,” has certainly made her mark on both film and TV. And come June this German-born DP is being recognized—not just for her extraordinary creative output, but for serving as a positive role model for women in the entertainment industry.

This year’s Women In Film (WIF) Crystal + Lucy Awards, held on June 12th in Los Angeles, will see Haellmigk honored with the Kodak Vision Award, given annually to a female moviemaker who, in addition to contributing to the landscape of cinematography, collaborates with and assists women making their own way in the entertainment world.

30th Mar 2012 Posted in: News Comments Off

Long before the days of CGI and motion capture, movie monsters were sculpted by hand and brought to life via stop-motion animation. One of the key innovators during this time was special effects maestro Ray Harryhausen, who created his own unique brand of stop-motion model animation called “Dynamation.” The last of Harryhausen’s feature credits was the 1981 fantasy classic Clash of the Titans, which inspired a 2010 remake starring Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson, the sequel to which—Wrath of the Titans—is out in theaters today. To celebrate the spirit of the pioneering Harryhausen (who turns 92 later this year), join us as we take a look back at some of his most notable creations.

30th Mar 2012 Posted in: News Comments Off

Long before the days of CGI and motion capture, movie monsters were sculpted by hand and brought to life via stop-motion animation. One of the key innovators during this time was special effects maestro Ray Harryhausen, who created his own unique brand of stop-motion model animation called “Dynamation.” The last of Harryhausen’s feature credits was the 1981 fantasy classic Clash of the Titans, which inspired a 2010 remake starring Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson, the sequel to which—Wrath of the Titans—is out in theaters today. To celebrate the spirit of the pioneering Harryhausen (who turns 92 later this year), join us as we take a look back at some of his most notable creations.

9th Feb 2012 Posted in: News Comments Off

Something about procedural cop dramas makes them inherently powerful, and director Oren Moverman’s Rampart is no exception. Millenium Entertainment brings this intense feature film—about an arrogant, macho cop (played by Woody Harrelson) on an emotional downward spiral—to theaters this Friday, February 10th. Many of the reviews to have come out since the film’s premiere at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival focus on Harrelson’s gritty performance as the corrupt cop Dave Brown. But much of the grittiness of the film itself comes from its visual style, which took Moverman and DP Bobby Bukowski a special creative approach to achieve.

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