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07 Jan Project Update: Broken Angel Foreclosure

Our two year project Broken Angel Rising, chronicling the efforts of local artist Arthur Wood and a young developer to convert his legendary sculptural edifice Broken Angel into a bunch of cool condos, has hit a wall. They've put the building up for sale. Read more about the saga at Brownstoner or watch the trailer....

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06 Jan COMING SOON: A Dangerous Movie

I have no clue who is behind this film, but it looks incredible - and certainly dangerous. Its a doc that examines the link between a missing boy, a child prostitution ring, Boys Town, and a bunch of political bigwigs. Spooky stuff. We can't wait to see more....

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06 Jan TECH: Fincher and Benjamin Button Go Digital

Benjamin Button, a $150 million dollar production, was post-produced almost entirely within Fincher’s offices in Hollywood, using a completely tapeless digital HD workflow from camera to final output. Whether or not you liked Benjamin Button, the special effects are otherworldly. Despite the exorbitant budget, the post team used final cut pro. Read the full story at apple....

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14 Dec BOOK REVIEW: Hey, That’s My Music!

For a Song: How to Get the Music You Want Hey, That’s My Music! Music Supervision, Licensing, and Content Acquisition I recently read an article about Elmer Bernstein. In it he discussed writing the music for Animal House. He was confused about how to handle it, so he queried director John Landis, who told him to treat it as if the film...

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