- Footage Firm Adds Royalty-Free Stock Music to Subscription-Based Services Suite
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- New VFX House Origin Digital Studios Opens in Burbank
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English singer-songwriter Lily Allen wandered the grounds of the Glastonbury Festival near Somerset, England, last month, interacting with concert-goers and turning her latest music video into a spirited mini-documentary. Christopher Sweeney directed.
The Washington (D.C.) Metropolitan Area Transit Authority debuted this TV spot in advance of this Saturday's long-awaited opening of its new Silver Line. The dance moves (set to "Escapee" by Architecture in Helsinki) were choreographed by D.C. resident Michael Stokes, and the spot was sho…
Jul 23 Out of Print
Watch this trailer for Julia Marchese's upcoming documentary about L.A.'s New Beverly Cinema, its clientele (including Joe Carnahan, Joe Dante, Rian Johnson, Mark Romanek, Kevin Smith, and many more), and their ongoing love affair with 35mm film.