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“Thumbs Down” Study Shows Gender Imbalance Among Critics

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There has been no shortage of studies about the gender imbalance of women in the film industry, particularly behind the camera. Now a new study suggests that women are outnumbered when it comes to writing and broadcasting about films as…  Read more

By Jun 24, 2016

How to Rebuild The Sound of an Arena Concert: Sound Designer Lawrence Everson on Contemporary Color

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Contemporary Color follows ten color guard troupes from across the country as they perform in multiple concerts put on by David Byrne in Toronto and Brooklyn. Crafted to appear to take place over one night at the Barclays Center in New York,…  Read more

By Jun 23, 2016

New Documentaries Use Animation to Bring Nonfiction Stories to Life

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In recent decades, some of the best documentary films — including Oscar-winners such as Bowling for Columbine and Searching for Sugar Man, and, more recently, festival favorites Point and Shoot and Meet the Patels — have have relied on animation to tell compelling nonfiction stories…  Read more

By Jun 23, 2016

BitTorrent Launches BitTorrent Now with Streaming Option for Creators

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BitTorrent Bundle will re-launch as BitTorrent Now, extending the platform with new streaming apps for Apple TV, iOS, and Android, as well as introducing advertising as a new revenue stream for creators, BitTorrent announced today. Straith Schreder, BitTorrent’s VP of Creative…  Read more

By Jun 23, 2016


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