Posts Tagged ‘cinema’
A USC cinema graduate student from Sacramento, has shot the first movie on the iPhone4 and has got some buzz with some help from Twitter. Good Idea. When the iPad gets a camera, I am shooting the first movie with it. Probably not, but it will be worth some buzz.
A week after the iPhone4 was released, a USC cinema graduate student from Sacramento is making news online and with Mac World movers and shakers.
See the iPhone4 movie, Apple of My Eye, shot in 48 hours on vimeo.
See a part of television history. See “Star Trek- The Exhibition,” an interactive exhibit of Star Trek paraphernalia from the last 40 years, including the original bridge and a transporter room.
“There are artifacts and memorabilia from the first television show all the way through the latest movie,” said the Museum’s Roxanne Yonn. via ABC News 10
Kejo Productions, the Sacramento Area filmmakers that brought you Sensored (which is now available on Amazon by the way), will be finished with their latest film, Rogue River in June. The movie stars Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects and Grindhouse) and Michael Cudlitz (Southland and Band of Brothers), among others.
We slept on this because that is what we do best, but for an independent filmmaker out of Sacramento to get theatrical distribution is a pretty impressive accomplishment. Congratulations Deon! I can’t think of any others off the top of my head. If you know of any, let me know.
Sacramento filmmaker Deon Taylor is on the verge of a huge breakthrough: a national theatrical release for his horror film, “Chain Letter,” that was filmed here.