Featured is the music that could be heard on the exclusive footage shown at this year's MTV Movie Awards. Speaking of music, the soundtrack drops on July 17.
In my last post I used Cannes and AFM to take a snapshot of the action industry and predict what the climate will be like in a couple years. Impossible? Maybe, but using some basic principles I think we can be pretty accurate, within fifty percent. So how does it relate to us as indie [...]
The journey home from Cannes was long, but it gave me some time to evaluate the whole trip. The most shocking realization was how little we knew about the European film industry simply because we live in the USA. Even attending the American Film Market didn't prepare us for what Cannes was all about. The [...]
The first official teaser trailer to the upcoming James Bond film Skyfall - the follow-up to Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace - has been released. With Daniel Graig working with a new cast and crew, one might raise a few eyebrows on whether it will deliver and surpass the previous outings. However, the given footage might [...]
Day 4 - Saturday May 19 Today was much more relaxed. I slept in until 7:10am for a change and spent the first two hours writing. Rebecca and I ate some of the fine, bagged 2€ madelines from the supermarket and set off to catch all the booths we may have missed. What we found [...]
Day 3 - Friday, May 18. Got to the producer's workshop late. The speakers were two producers, one of whom, Katriel Schory, manages an Israeli film fund that finances 3-5 films per year at about $500,000 each. The discussion was on what kind of producers we are, creative, financial, or personal (often, you're only one [...]
A remake of John Woo's The Killer has been in talks for as long as 21 years. But news hit yesterday that it has been green-lit. Earlier reports (http://www.filmbiz.asia/news/killer-gets-green-light-for-3-d-remake) indicated the remake was going to be shot in 3D as well as have Korean director Jung Woo-sung helming the film and Chow Yun-Fat reprising his role as [...]
We left on Tuesday morning at 4am for the Oakland airport, driven by a man named Kabir, who took special interest in my having worked on a Bollywood film, Love Aaj Kaal, and he loved action films in general. Turns out he has a brother in the Bollywood industry. We exchanged business cards. Before leaving [...]
Here it is, people... What do you think?