The Veronica Mars film crowdfunding raise has added a new “charity” dimension to it’s progress so far. A recap first though starting with the Kickstarter raise. Kristen Bell’s / Veronica Mars charity raise follows. Story: Veronica Mars was a TV show that aired between 2004 to 2007; Kristen Bell played the title character. The show developed a [...]
Often in the film industry sandals are needed for large scenes with lots of actors. Making them new and aging them can be costly and the result may not always be aesthetically pleasing. Stitchwallah in India can locate oodles of these sandals in used condition. Perfect for a films tight budget and aesthetic needs. Check [...]
My cousin Hilary Niederer has been building a new blog for her fabric sourcing business in India. What has amazes me has been how many niches are just in the area she works in. The niche can be as narrow as … Ikat weaves from orissa … or as broad as Jewellery In itself sourcing [...]
Cousin Hilary Niederer now has her own blog. Stitchwallah! Hilary sources fabrics for costumes in films. As you can see in her IMDB entry she has worked with costumes in films like The Kite Runner, The Last Samurai, Kate and Leopold, Narnia and many others. Visit www.stitchwallah.com now to check out Hilary’s latest fabric discoveries.
Much of the development cycle of a film-based game takes place prior to finalization of the script, and certainly before cinematic coverage has been completed. Often, games are developed for years, whereas cinematic turnaround can take as little as eleven months.Next Generation – HOLLYWOOD: Collaboration on the Upswing
Interesting article on Myspace Film which hs been out since March 7th but hasn’t had much exposure. Great to see a collaboration vehicle between musicians and filmmakers! Search Engine Lowdown: MySpace 2.0: an Entertainment Collaboration/Distribution Network
We’ve had a few blogs that been made in to books. Now we have one that is being made into a film. The Baghdad Blog, the daily dispatches penned by the Iraqi architect known as Salam Pax, is to be turned into a film. Powered by Qumana
Can TV’s and PC’s Live Together Happily Ever After? It looks like TV’s and computer LCD’s are getting closer and closer together. An article in the New York Times gave a good overview of where things were at. Original article here. http://www.nytimes.com/2006/05/14/business/yourmoney/14frenzy.html “Just in the last few weeks, for example, Warner Brothers announced it would [...]