From Disney live action remakes such as Aladdin and Lion King, to the never ending additions to the classic series Star Wars and Harry Potter, I am sure we are all aware of the recent trend in the film industry of doing remakes and playing to childhood nostalgia.
In September 2017, Disney announced plans to create its own streaming video service, an online platform to challenge Netflix, Hulu, and similar high-end streamers. Just over a year later, that service was given a name, Disney Plus, and at an Investors meeting this April we got our first look at the service,
We all know that the film industry is a tough career to get started in. There is no set guide for one to follow in the industry. Whether you get lucky and meet the right person with connections, or your talent drives you in the right direction. There seems to be this overwhelming anxiety for individuals, like myself, that makes us wonder how and when we will get our foot in the door? You will apply for jobs and likely not hear back from them. Don’t get discouraged. Keep applying and before you know it someone will reach out and it will be because they see something on your resume that grabs their attention.
This sci-if anthology series explores a twisted, high tech near future where humanity’s greatest innovations
and darkest instincts collide.
Along with the twisted plots and alternate endings, we look forward to capturing the new technological advances in the world of BlackMirror. Every episode involves some type of futuristic device that plays a key essential to everyday life in society. The introduction of these technologies make you to start to wonder if maybe these concepts will be in our near future. To think that just maybe were not too far away from this phenomenon. Are we actually heading this route?
To understand the importance of music and sound in film, we must start from the beginning. The genesis of film took root with the help of a man named Edward Muybridge and his innovation in the field of photography. The first film created was just sixteen frames played in rapid succession. This technique morphed into classic black and white silent films. There are a few major elements that connect these films with film today, one of the most important being music.
That’s it, it’s over. With the conclusion of the Academy Awards this past Sunday, February 24th, awards season is officially over. This years ceremony was pretty eventful. With several record firsts, such as Roma being the first Mexican film to win Foreign Language Film, as well as a few others. But we’ll get to some more of those in a little bit. First, lets go over the winners.
I know in the recent year you all have been following the trend of #WomeninFilm. A few of our team members here at Trove use it quite often and it’s no doubt been seen across the industry worldwide. Women have been making their place know in the film industry, no longer willing to be overlooked and paving the way for young female filmmakers.