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Back in November, in announcing the launch of its new campaign promoting the launch of the 2006 Lexus IS sport sedan, Los Angeles-based advertising agency Team One's executive producer Jack Epsteen said that his team's goal was to make each campaign element unique.
Miraizon, a San Jose-based digital media software company, announced today that it has added new functionality to its award-winning DVD movie clip extractor, Cinematize 2, to directly generate movie files for iPod video and Playstation Portable (PSP) units, as well as for sharing on the web.
You're about to graduate from high school, and you want a career in video production. What do you do? If you choose the academic route, you could go to a high-profile film school, such as NYU, UCLA or USC, with the hope of standing out from the crowd. That's assuming you'll be accepted and can afford the tuition.
In a far-reaching agreement, ProMAX Systems, Inc. (Irvine, California) and BOXX Technologies, Inc. (Austin, Texas) announced today that they will jointly deliver a broad range of specialized media creation products for film, video and broadcast professionals.
yU + co designed and produced the main-on-end title sequence for Sony Pictures current smash hit Memoirs of a Geisha, delivering a gorgeous, thought-provoking sequence that sums up the film with simple poignancy.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced the seven films in consideration for Achievement in Visual Effects for the 78th Academy Awards. The films are listed below in alphabetical order:
Milagro Post in Southfield Michigan announced that it has added three new creative artists to its roster of editors, compositors and commercial designers. Paula Carlson and Alan Simonelli join the studio as its visual effects artists, while Chris Bickell rounds out the team as Milagro's creative editor, specializing in spot work.