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The Future of Production Amplified: Defining a New Production Ecosystem with MovieLabs
NAB Amplify’s Jennifer Wolfe discusses the MovieLabs 2030 Vision Initiative and what it means for the future of motion picture production.
Yves Bergquist: No, AI Can’t Create a Film — But Here’s How Filmmakers Can Create With AI
While AI won’t likely replace many jobs in the foreseeable future, it’s going to increasingly become a part of the M&E industry’s workflows.
“Troll:” Norway’s Motion Blur Makes a Modern (Ancient) Kaiju
Employing an all-Norwegian crew and VFX vendors, Norway’s “Troll” has toppled “RRR” to become Netflix’s best performing non-English film.
In TV and Film, Whenever There’s Economic Inequality… It’s Payback Time
Hollywood is bringing class warfare out into the open with the release of films like “Glass Onion,” “The Menu,” and “Triangle of Sadness.”
“Holy Spider:” The Persian Film Noir Iran Doesn’t Want You to See
Director Ali Abbasi’s film noir “Holy Spider” is especially resonant for audiences amid the Iranian anti-misogyny protest movement.
When Your Story is a Film But Also a Crazy Dream: Alejandro González Iñárritu’s “Bardo”
Alejandro González Iñárritu’s “Bardo” is a personal odyssey through the mind of the Mexican auteur and, by extension, Mexican history.
The Ways AI Is Going to Revolutionize Filmmaking
Generative AI could revolutionize filmmaking and animation as text-to-video tools like Phenaki and Google’s DreamFusion continue to advance.
AI Motion Pictures Are Just About a Thing. Here’s Where We Are Today.
AI tools may not be ready for their big screen close up, but it won’t be long until these technologies become widely adopted in Hollywood.
Love, Thunder, LED Volume: ILM StageCraft Advances Virtual Production on Marvel’s “Thor”
Marvel leapfrogs greenscreen technology, employing ILM StageCraft’s The Volume to power virtual production on “Thor: Love and Thunder.”
For TV and Film, Is It Always Nice to Be Nice?
Could the life-affirming nature of “nicecore” stories like “Everything Everywhere All At Once” shield them from criticism?
Let’s Not Discount the Pretty Genius Production of “Jackass”
Can the case be made that the entire “Jackass” series, including “Jackass Forever,” deserves serious recognition as documentary art?
“C’mon C’mon:” Getting Emotional With Mike Mills
Writer/director Mike Mills discusses the making of his black-and-white comedy-drama starring Joaquin Phoenix and Woody Norman.
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