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July 25, 2017

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NAB 2017: Lewis Smithingham on VR – Past, Present and Future

(Andy Marken, Special to USTimes)  He’s just returned from the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) and a shoot in Eastern Europe. Lewis Smithingham, president of 30ninjas, had been invited to DIFF to discuss the potential for immersive storytelling in the region. Now, he is preparing to attend NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) in Vegas, where he

Art of Comedy: “Please Tell Me I’m Adopted!” Nicole Sobchack Says Her Character is a “Hot Mess”

(Los Angeles, California, March 8, 2017) Wraptastic Productions’ live action ensemble, and very zany comedy, “Please Tell Me I’m Adopted!” premiered worldwide exclusively on Amazon/Amazon Prime to five-star reviews on the 6th of March. Produced by Chris Sobchack, Nicole Sobchack, and Heather Hall, the short-form series stars Nicole Sobchack as the free-spirited, confused but very

SAG-AFTRA Sets Strike Date Against Video Game Industry

Attorney Jonathan Handel recently reported on the pending negotiations between SAG-AFTRA and the video game industry. His article in the Hollywood Reporter can be found HERE. SAG-AFTRA also published an information sheet for its members. We had more questions about how this will affect members and what might be happening behind those closed doors. Companies

Who Knew? Dick Delson’s Reverent, No, Irreverent Look Back at Old Hollywood (Jaws, American Graffiti, Star Wars, and Movie Moguls)

In a town where many are afraid to have an opinion for fear of alienating their bosses and losing their hard-won employment, Dick Delson, is a big-voiced, big-personality guy who tells it like it is and solves marketing and PR problems without a moment’s hesitation. Dick reigned as one of Hollywood’s leading publicists and ad-men

The Art of Story: The Red Rose

(This story originally ran in FilmVault.biz and is posted here on Memorial Day in honor of all those who have served and their families.) The car pulls up to the grocery store and stops in front of the no-parking sign by the entrance. It idles as shoppers come and go with their groceries in plastic

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