Some of the most thrilling art experiences I’ve had in the Bay Area have been under the flickering light of a film projector. One was a fog-filled room and Lis Rhodes’ hypnotic, screeching Light Music, two striated beams crossing each other in space
California’s Film & TV tax credit program has unveiled another 23 new movies — 10 studio movies and 13 indies — to shoot in the state, including top spenders like Jean-Marc Vallée’s untitled John Lennon and Yoko Ono feature (Universal), Zack Snyder’s
It wants key members of the sound department to have the same representation as department heads such as DPs.
The Cinema Audio Society, Motion Picture Sound Editors and Association of Motion Picture Sound have stepped up their combined Sound Credit In
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