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Television
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Louis C.K.
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Balaji Telefilms
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Lamberto V. Avellana
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Tyrus Wong
(Visual Arts)
 

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Film

Knowledge Identifier: $Film

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Film

Series of still images which, when shown on a screen, creates the illusion of moving images due to phi phenomenon add

Category: Civil society

Launched in 1950.

Countries: United States (47%), United Kingdom (13%), (10%)

Main connections: Nora Aunor, David O. Russell, Television

Linked to: Hanna-Barbera, YouTube, Bolex, Brooklyn Institute

 

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1950

However, the field of independent animation has existed at least since the 1950s, with animation being produced by independent studios add something

 

In the 1950s, when television became widely available, industry analysts predicted the demise of local movie theaters add something

 

In the early 1950s, the proliferation of black-and-white television started seriously depressing North American theater attendance add something


1956

Lamberto V. Avellana - "Anak Dalita", which was named Best Film at the 1956 Asia-Pacific Film Festival, was a realistic portrayal of poverty-stricken Filipinos coping with the aftermath of World War II


1960

Despite competition from television's increasing technological sophistication over the 1960s and 1970s such as the development of color television and large screens, motion picture cinemas continued add something

 

During the 1960s, prices gradually came down, color broadcasts became common, and sales boomed add something

 

The decades following the decline of the studio system in the 1960s saw changes in the production and style of film add something


1967

In 1967, videocassettes of movies became available to consumers to watch in their own homes add something


1969

Steve James (actor) - He graduated from Power Memorial Academy in 1969, attended C.W. Post College as an Arts and Film major


1970

Before the 1970s, credits were usually at the beginning of a film add something

 

Before the 1970s, there were "double features"; typically, a high quality "A picture" rented by an independent theater for a lump sum, and a "B picture" of lower quality rented for a percentage of the gross receipts add something


1971

Mihai Timofti - From 1971 to 1981, he worked at the Moldova Film Studio


1976

Lamberto V. Avellana - In 1976, Avellana was named by President Ferdinand Marcos as the very first National Artist of the Philippines for Film


1980

In the 1980s, when the widespread availability of inexpensive videocassette recorders enabled people to select films for home viewing, industry analysts again wrongly predicted the death of the local cinemas add something


1981

Hamid Reza Sadr - Sadr movie reviews are published in many Iranian journals since 1981 including "Zan-e Rooz, Soroush", "Film Magazine", "Film International", and "Haft" magazine


1985

Another measure of sexism in screenplays is the "Bechdel Test, established in 1985 by the cartoonist Alison Bechdel and her friend Liz Wallace, is a way of examining movies for gender bias add something

 

But the advent of consumer camcorders in 1985, and more importantly, the arrival of high-resolution digital video in the early 1990s, have lowered the technology barrier to movie production significantly add something


1990

Digital technology has been the driving force for change throughout the 1990s and into the 2000s add something

 

In the 1990s and 2000s, the development of DVD players, home theater amplification systems with surround sound and subwoofers, and large LCD or plasma screens enabled people to select and view films at home with greatly improved audio and visual reproduction add something


1995

Michael Beach - Film - Beach's big break came in 1995, playing Angela Bassett' unfaithful husband in the comedy-drama film "Waiting to Exhale"

 

Daryl Hannah - In 1995, Hannah was chosen by Empire magazine as 96 of the "100 Stars in Film History.


1997

Plot (narrative) - Film - For example, in the 1997 film "Titanic", when Rose climbs on the railing at the front of the ship and spreads her hands as if she's flying, this scene is memorable but does not directly influence other events, so it may not be considered as part of the plot


2000

Fridthjof Film - "'Fridthjof Film"' is a Danish film production company founded by Ronnie Fridthjof in 2000


2001

Paris Barclay - Barclay was named by "POWER UP" as one of the Top Ten Gay Men in Entertainment; the 2001 GLAAD Stephen F. Kolzak *award winner in honor of his outstanding representation of the LGBT community; the 2004 Pan-African Film Festival Pioneer *award; in 2014 the Legacy *award from the African-American Film Critics Association; and the Founder's *award from Project Angel Food

 

Northern Region Film and Television Archive - In 2001, responsibility for distributing core funding to the English regional film archives passed from Northern Arts to the newly-formed UK Film Council's regional agency, ://www


2005

Yet the migration is gradual, and as of 2005 most major motion pictures are still shot on film add something


2006

Frances-Anne Solomon - In 2006, Solomon started the CaribbeanTales Film Festival in Toronto to create a platform for the exhibition of Caribbean Diaspora films


2007

Despite the rise of all-new technologies, the development of the home video market and a surge of online copyright infringement, 2007 was a record year in film that showed the highest ever box-office grosses add something

 

Ellen Stewart - In 2007 Stewart was awarded the Praemium Imperiale in the field of Film and Theater

 

Ashley Peldon - In January 2007, Peldon graduated from college with a bachelor's degree in Child Psychology and Film from Skidmore College in New York


2009

No woman won a best Director Oscar until 2009, when Kathryn Bigelow won for "The Hurt Locker" add something

 

Wings Hauser - A cult film festival, "The Melbourne Underground Film Festival," held a Wings Hauser retrospective in 2009

 

Balaji Telefilms - In 2009, it floated a subsidiary, Balaji Motion Pictures Limited for its foray in Film Productions, fully managed and controlled by "Balaji Telefilms"

 

David O. Russell - Today Ghetto Film School is an *award-winning model helping over 500 teens per year tell their stories through several programs, including The Cinema School which the group opened in 2009 as "the first film high school in the country


2010

Digital 3D projection largely replaced earlier problem-prone 3D film systems and has become popular in the early 2010s add something

 

Balaji Telefilms - In 2010, it created yet another brand ALT Entertainment which produced youth content in Film & Television Productions


2011

Dancing Turtle Group - The company's first production, an undercover documentary called "Forgotten Bird of Paradise", was awarded the Best Documentary prize at the 2011 Dam Short Film Festival in the United States

 

Big Talk Productions - The film won "Audience *awards" at both SXSW 2011 and the 2011 LA Film Festival

 

Andy Dick - On April 29, 2011, Dick was at a party connected with the Newport Beach Film Festival

 

Van Hansis - The film premiered on the opening night of the Gotham Screen Film Festival & Screenplay Contest on October 14, 2011 in New York City

 

Troma Entertainment - The film was written and directed by the Canadian filmmaking team Astron-6, debuting October 21, 2011, at the Toronto After Dark $ Film Festival where it took home the top prize of BEST FILM, as well as five other *awards


2012

In 2012, women made up only 18 percent of film directors, producers, writers, cinematographers and editors in the top 250 grossing films add something

 

Mike Sarne - Film - In 2012 he played "Father Mabeuf" in the film of "Les Misérables"

 

Jaaz Multimedia - Film - Jaaz Multimedia released their first film, "Bhalobasar Rong" starring Bappy and Mahiya Mahi, in 2012

 

George Lowe - Lowe performed live and in costume as Space Ghost during the "Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters" premiere webcast for adultswim.com; it can be found among the extras of the ATHF Volume 5 DVD. In 2012, Lowe stated he's retiring from voicing Space Ghost, which is one reason why the character isn't in the new Cartoon Planet

 

Regency Media Group - The company launched Regency Film Distribution, in June 2012

 

Walt Disney Pictures - Film - Another Haunted Mansion film was in the works with Guillermo del Toro as of August 2012


2013

Actor Dustin Hoffman claimed in 2013 that " add something

 

J. Hoberman - Film - In 2013, "Complex"'s Matt Barone said of Hoberman that "there's no greater living film essayist"

 

Johnny Vegas - Film - Johnny was the voice of Abu the hamster in the 2013 British film "The Harry Hill Movie"

 

Neal Street Productions - Film - Nicolas Brown joined in 2013 to work across the film and TV portfolio

 

Dancing Turtle Group - Film - Other films produced by the company include a short film about the anti-government protests in Istanbul, Turkey in 2013, a short about the self-proclaimed reincarnation of King Arthur, and The Road to Home, a feature length documentaries about Benny Wenda, the Nobel Peace Prize nominated West Papua independence leader

 

Vartan Vahramian - It was selected as one of the non-competetive documentary films to be shown at The Golden Apricot Armenian Film Festival 2013

 

Vartan Vahramian - Film - On 13 July 2013, the documentary film "Maroosya" was premiered in Yerevan, Armenia


2014

Prolific US producer Harvey Weinstein, who is known for making action movies with substantial gun violence, vowed in 2014 "to stop making films that glorify gun violence" US President Barack Obama asked Hollywood not to make films that "glorify gun violence" add something

 

Prakash Raj - Film - He produced a multilingual film Oggarane, Ulavacharu Biryani and "Un Samayal Arayil" in Kannada, Telugu and Tamil in respectively in 2014

 

Robin Bartlett - Film - She starred in the 2014 film "H.", for which she was nominated for the Independent Spirit *award for Best Supporting Female in 2016

 

VIVA Films - Film - Starting 2014, Viva Films will start co-producing movies with its rival film corporation Regal Films

 

David O. Russell - Film - In January 2014, Russell's upcoming project was announced that he was set to rewrite and direct a drama film about the remarkable life story about an american inventor and entrepreneur Joy Mangano, a struggling Long Island single mom of three children

 

Wallace Shawn - Film - His latest film from June 2014 was "A Master Builder" based on the play by Henrik Ibsen

 

David O. Russell - On June 16, 2014, Ghetto Film School opened it's new branch in Los Angeles

 

Nora Aunor - On July 18, 2014, the College of Mass Communication of the University of the Philippines announced that for the year 2014, the recipient of Gawad Plaridel is Nora Aunor for Television, Music and Film

 

Nora Aunor - On August 10, 2014, during the *awards night of the Cinemalays Independent Film Festival, Aunor won her first Best Actress *award, she was so thankful for the *award and promised to continue making meaningful movies and her movies will be an inspiration to the youth

 

Hasbro Studios - Film - On October 20, 2014, the studio announced a new film self-finance/co-finance production label Allspark Pictures

 

Balaji Telefilms - Film - Most recently, in November 2014, its wholly owned subsidiary Balaji Motion Pictures had tied up a deal with B4U , a Bollywood film production company to co-produce Bollywood films

 

Aubrey Plaza - Film - The film premiered on November 29, 2014 and received generally negative reviews


2015

Pixar - Film - As of 2015, every &Pixar (Category:Steve_Jobs) feature film produced for Disney has included a character voiced by "Cheers" actor John Ratzenberger

 

Jim Carrey - Film - Carrey was a producer on Rubble Kings, a 2015 documentary film that depicts events preceding and following the Hoe Avenue peace meeting

 

Tyrus Wong - Film - In 2015, filmmaker Pamela Tom wrote and directed a film about Tyrus Wong's life, entitled "Tyrus"

 

VIVA Films - Film - Starting 2015, Viva Films will start co-producing movies with its rival film corporation Regal Films

 

Troma Entertainment - As of present "Return to Nuke Em High Vol. 1" has had a theatrical and home video release, while the 2nd volume is still in post-production and will likely premiere at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival

 

Star Cinema - Star Cinema redistributes classic films restored by ABS-CBN Film Archives and Central Digital Lab, Inc. In 2015, Star Cinema released the Cinema One Originals film "That Thing Called Tadhana" to critical and box office success

 

Hasbro Studios - Film - Hasbro's first original film project , "Hacker Camp", was assigned a writer, Tripper Clancy, in February 2015

 

Katy Perry - Film - However, in the documentary film "BRAND: A Second Coming" which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival in March 2015, it was revealed that Brand divorced Perry due to her rising fame, commercial success and reluctance to engage in activism

 

Van Hansis - Film - The film will be released on DVD in March 10, 2015

 

Mel Brooks - On March 20, 2015, Brooks was *awarded a British Film Institute Fellowship from the British Film Institute

 

Russell Brand - Brand and director Michael Winterbottom worked together to produce a documentary, "The Emperor's New Clothes", that is scheduled to make its international premiere on 24 April 2015 at the Tribeca Film Festival

 

Nora Aunor - In May 2015, Aunor was in the Senate to attend a hearing and receive a resolution adopted by the Senate congratulating her for being bestowed the Lifetime Achievement *award by the ASEAN International Film Festival and *awards , a biennial event that celebrates the best of films in the ASEAN Region

 

Nora Aunor - On May 16, 2015, Aunor won her eight international Best actress for her film Dementia that won the Best Foreign Language $ Film at the St. Tropez International Film Festival in France

 

Pixar - Film - "Coco" was revealed as the film's title on August 14, 2015

 

Nora Aunor - On September 17, 2015, Aunor was confered the Gawad CPP para sa Sining for Film and Broadcast Arts that was given by the Cultural Center of the Philippines

 

Nora Aunor - On September 17, 2015, Aunor was confered the Gawad CPP para sa Sining for Film and Broadcast Arts; the highest *award given by the Cultural Center of the Philippines

 

Louis C.K. - Film - In November 2015, C.K will appear in the biographical drama film "Trumbo", in a supporting role

 

Ricky Gervais - Film - On 5 November 2015 Gervais signed up to play Ika Chu, a villainous cat, in an animated film Blazing Samurai

 

David O. Russell - Film - The film is set for a December 25, 2015 release


2016

Sony Pictures Entertainment - Film - The first set will be in early 2016 and will include film and television content

 

Tom Lorcan - He has had a varied career in Theatre, Film and Television. and is listed in the cast of 2016 movie Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

 

Tyrus Wong - The film was produced by Gwen Wynne, Tamara Khalaf and Pamela Tom. The film ended up winning Audience *awards at the 2016 Boston Asian American $ Film Festival as well as the 2015 Hawaii International Film Festival and the 2015 San Diego Asian Film Festival

 

Wild Bunch (film company) - Film - In February 2016, The Hollywood Reporter reported that a majority stake in this outfit has since been sold to Bliss Media, a Chinese film production and distribution company

 

Katy Perry - Film - She later appeared in the film "Zoolander No. 2" as herself, which was released in February 2016

 

Carolco Pictures - Film - However, on April 7, 2016, it was announced that both Bafer and Kassar had left the company, Kassar taking with him one of Carolco's planned projects, a remake of the 1999 Japanese horror film "Audition" which he was producing

 

Wild Bunch (film company) - Film - Also, as of May 2016, Insiders has merged its international sales operations with fellow independent film company MadRiver Pictures into a joint venture called "'IMR International"'

 

Louis C.K. - Film - The film is co-directed by Chris Renaud of the "Despicable Me" series and is scheduled to be released on July 8, 2016

 

David O. Russell - Film - A clip of the film premiered in September 2016 at Milan Fashion Week, and premiered November 2017 in Los Angeles

 

Umbrella Entertainment - Film - Film "Girl Asleep" was released in September 2016 and was nominated for Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts AACTA *awards

 

Russell Brand - Film - In November 2016, Brand will voice Creek in the DreamWorks film "Trolls"

 

Lightworkers Media - Film - Film and television studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer announced the formation of Light TV on November 16, 2016, with a launch planned for December on 13 Fox TV Stations


2017

David Alan Basche - Film - Basche had a small role in the 2017 mystery film "The Vanishing of Sidney Hall"

 

IF3 International Freeski Film Festival - In 2017, the iF3 Movie *awards will take place on Saturday "'October 28"', at Hangar 16

 

Umbrella Entertainment - Music documentary Right Here: Finding the Go-Betweens, by director Kriv Stenders of "Red Dog", premiered at the 2017 "Sydney Film Festival" as did the documentary "Namatjira Project" about indigenous artist, Albert Namatjira and his legacy

 

Bad Robot Productions - Film - In February 2017, it was announced Julius Avery is attached to direct a Paramount coproduction, the World War II film "Overlord", from screenwriter Billy Ray

 

David Cross - Film - In July 2017, Cross was cast iin the science-fiction comedy film "Sorry to Bother You"

 

The Weinstein Company - Film - On August 18, 2017, TWC launched Mizchief, a film label dedicated to producing animated films

 

Andy Dick - Film - In October 2017, Dick was fired from a role in the independent film "Raising Buchanandue" to allegations of inappropriate behavior which, according to "The Hollywood Reporter", "included groping people's genitals, unwanted kissing/licking and sexual propositions of at least four members of the production"

 

Oddworld Inhabitants - Film - In October 2017, Lanning revealed that he was approached by a film producer with ties to J.J. Abrams during the production of "Munch's Oddysee"

 

Louis C.K. - Film - On November 9, 2017, the distributor of C.K.'s film "I Love You Daddy", The Orchard, canceled the New York premiere of the film due to "unexpected circumstances", and his scheduled next-day appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" was canceled

 

20th Century Fox - Film - On December 14, 2017, the Walt Disney Company announced it is acquiring most of Fox's parent company, 21st Century Fox, including the film studio


2018

Johnny Vegas - Film - Vegas provided the voice for Asbo in the 2018 Aardman Animations film "Early Man"

 

Jamie Foxx - Film - On May 29, 2018, Foxx was cast as Al Simmons in a reboot of the "Spawn" film franchise, directed by Todd McFarlane

 

Patton Oswalt - Film - The film is set to be released in theaters on July 6, 2018

 

Hanna-Barbera - Film - The film was scheduled for release in September 2018, but was pushed back to 2020

 

Hanna-Barbera - Film - In October 2018, it was announced that the "Scooby-Doo" film is now set to be released in the first quarter of 2020