February 2, 2022 6:34 PM EST Murder Mystery and Moonfall: Don’t miss the best February movie releases Tragedy on the Nile, greedy treasure hunters, and more. By Elysee Johnson A new month means new movies! Here are the best movies hitting theaters in February. A new month means new movies.Read More →

American singer Meat Loaf died on Thursday at the age of 74, a statement posted on his official Facebook page said on Friday. He was best known for his album “Bat Out of Hell”, which was one of the best-selling albums of all time. “Our hearts are broken to announceRead More →

A variety of entertainment offerings to warm us up on those cold winter days Through Byron Toben January 20, 2022 Well folks, we’re here in mid-January and live theater is still waiting for the times to change, but until they do, at least we’ve got several “streamers” to occupy ourRead More →

When the artist Pablo Wendel can no longer pay his electricity bill, he has a radical idea: why not produce the electricity himself? Years later, he and his partner, curator Helen Turner, brought that idea to life with E-Werk Luckenwalde, a 1910s coal-fired power plant transformed into a sustainable powerRead More →

A modern mural reminiscent of Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg. Photo: IMAGO / Klaus Martin Höfer Last Sunday, thousands marched to the graves of Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht. The two founders of the Communist Party of Germany were murdered 103 years ago, but people still come out with redRead More →

A David Bowie sign appeared outside the late singer’s house at Hauptstraße 155 shortly after his death in January 2016. Photo: Imago/Peter Homann No expatriate star has left such an indelible impression on Berlin as David Bowie. When the British musician landed in the enclave of West Berlin in 1976,Read More →

[ad_1] The three main characters of “Harry Potter” weren’t always happy with their early successes.Bild: www.imago-images.de / Warner Bros / Courtesy Everett Collection Twenty years ago the first part of the “Harry Potter” series came out. On the occasion of this anniversary, there will be a special “Harry Potter” “HarryRead More →

[ad_1] Kirstin Benthaus-Gebauer has been appointed Managing Director of German production company Tower Productions, owned by All3Media, joining rival Imago TV Film- und Fernsehproduktion. Kirstin Benthaus-Gebauer When she takes up her post in early April, Benthaus-Gebauer will bring nearly 30 years of industry experience to Tower. She will replace DietlindeRead More →

Kirstin Benthaus-Gebauer Tower Productions, owned by All3Media, has appointed Imago TV Film’s creative director, Kirstin Benthaus-Gebauer, as managing director of the German company. Benthaus-Gebauer will join in early April and oversee all operations of Tower, which is behind remakes of formats such as undercover boss for RTL and Das GroßeRead More →

The new Disney animation “Encanto” features a magical adventure of an extended Native family. The Madrigals live in an enchanted city in the Colombian mountains. With the exception of one child, each member of the family has a unique magical power. For this film, the filmmakers worked with representatives ofRead More →

[ad_1] It looks like it was only yesterday when we were enjoying films from last year’s Tweetfest Short Film Festival, but only in an online form. Somehow the year has passed and Tweetfest has happened again, but much happier in its usual form in person. With screenings at the HenRead More →

[ad_1] iQiyi and ABS-CBN seal the partnership twitter.com/dreamscapeph GLOBAL streaming service iQiyi, a pan-Asian content provider beloved around the world, enters into a multi-title content deal with ABS-CBN to produce four original Philippine romantic series for its international subscribers worldwide. The partnership reinforces the two companies’ commitments to bring high-quality,Read More →

[ad_1] Russian cinematographer Mikhail Krichman, renowned for his collaborations with Andrey Zviaguintsev on films like Oscar nominees “Leviathan” and “Loveless”, shared some of his secrets during the IMAGO masterclass at the EnergaCamerimage Film Festival, while engaging in a friendly dialogue with two-time Oscar nominee Ed Lachman. They both won GoldenRead More →

[ad_1] Tweetfest returns to a physical event this year, following last November’s virtual festival. With projections to the Hen and the Chickens, and the Essay (squatting end) in London, this seems to be another great collection. Now in its 7th year, Tweetfest is getting used to watching short films andRead More →

Halloween is over, Thanksgiving and Christmas are approaching. November can be a bit boring in the entertainment world at times, but the renewed interest in live events seems to be boosting performance and artistic offerings for much of the month. This week features several live dance performances, stage theater andRead More →

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., October 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — large windsubsidiary of the Cengage group, today announces the launch of Gale Presents: Imago, an online social and emotional learning (SEL) and career readiness platform available for K-12 schools. In partnership with IMAGO, offering enables schools to infuse video-based SEL content intoRead More →

[ad_1] UniFrance’s TV division (formerly TV France International) will present two showcases highlighting French TV content with a particular focus on animation and documentaries. Their presentation at MIPCOM (the world’s largest content marketplace) will be held October 11-14, 2021 in Cannes, includes six flagship programs. The animation works will beRead More →

[ad_1] Long considered obsolete, film photography is experiencing a revival, especially among young people. And #filmisnotdead is also trending on social media. When Kodak, the world’s largest producer of photographic film, filed for bankruptcy in 2012, it seemed analog photography was a thing of the past. Until then, American societyRead More →

[ad_1] Sep 22, 2021 9:24 AM EDT Mid-season trailer for Marvel’s What If …? teases deadly enemies for upcoming Avengers movie The What If …? Mid-season trailer suggests an unexpected new villain for the return of the Avengers. Burbank, California – The mid-season trailer for What if…? suggests unexpected newRead More →

Netflix has acquired the Roald Dahl Story Company (RDSC), licensing worldwide streaming rights to adapt the acclaimed British author’s children’s books and create a “universe” comprising TV series, consumer products, games and immersive experiences . Financial details weren’t revealed, but the acquisition comes three years after Netflix struck a dealRead More →

[ad_1] August 21, 2021 TIT ORGANS of a body are a spatial division of labor, created by different genes activated in different cells. The same process serves to give individual lives a division of labor over time. Complex algae, animals, fungi, and plants all have predictable life cycles that separateRead More →

[ad_1] New films by Łukasz Grzegorzek, Aleksandra TerpiÅ„ska, Anna Jadowska and Jan Holoubek at this year’s biggest industrial event in Poland! The 2021 edition of Polish Days will take place from August 15 to 17 during the 21st New Horizons International Film Festival (August 12 – 22) in WrocÅ‚aw. LeRead More →

Veteran Filipino rock bands Sandwich, Imago and more will perform at a virtual benefit show next Sunday (July 18). Organized by artist management company Soupstar, the concert, dubbed “It Takes A Village”, is a fundraiser for Sandwich and Imago bassist’s brother, Myrene Academia, who recently suffered a stroke. Other bandsRead More →

[ad_1] Savage republic French production and distribution company StudioCanal has acquired German prodco Lailaps Films for its growing portfolio of production companies. StudioCanal and Nils Dünker’s Munich-based Lailaps have worked together for many years, as the French company expands into high-end drama production in Germany. Lailaps recently launched the adventureRead More →

IMAGOthe International Federation of Cinematographers, has successfully completed its distribution of financial grants from Sony Company‘s Global Relief Fund for COVID-19, in support of the international film community, through its worldwide membership base. The grants were part of Sony’s global initiative to provide $100 million in support to three mainRead More →

The Christmas season has arrived in Germany, and that means it’s time to watch the Sisi film trilogy, which tells the story of a young Viennese empress with a radiant smile and bright blue eyes. Released in the 1950s, Austrian director Ernst Marischka’s films, starring Romy Schneider as Sissi, haveRead More →

IMAGO, the International Federation of Cinematographers, has revealed the nominees for its 3rd annual International Cinematography Awards. The award ceremony is scheduled for March 14 in Brussels, following previous years’ presentations in Helsinki and Belgrade. For the honor in the feature category are Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC for 1917Anton MertensRead More →

He has never worked abroad. Federico Fellini, born in Rimini on the Adriatic coast on January 20, 1920, did not want to leave his homeland. Rome eventually became the director’s second home. There, as in the Italian countryside, he created and invented his own world, letting his characters live andRead More →

With the new computer-animated photorealistic version of The Lion King, the Walt Disney Company is hoping for another international cinematic success that will cement its pole position among the major American film studios. More recently, the superhero show Avengers: Endgame poured billions of dollars into the coffers of Disney. WithRead More →