Coming up with a dollar amount to plug into your movie budget to pay for professional video masters (Digital Betacam) of a completed film and trailer will depend on a filmmaker’s final outlet goal for their movie. If your goal is to land a deal with a distribution company having professional video masters done is an unavoidable expense. You cannot sell your movie without film contracts being signed and masters being delivered.
Now more and more filmmakers have in-house home computer systems with the technical capabilities to edit, DVD author, and burn their own store ready DVDs on NTSC or PAL formats. In essence it can be seen as a microcosm of how large Hollywood studios work to get a film to consumers. Filmmakers that have this ability save money in post production.
It is worth mentioning that with a traditional distribution deal in-house DVDs created by filmmakers are rarely the final DVD that is released for sale by the distributor. They prefer to use digital masters to author their own DVD so they can include their SEO company logo and other film trailers and Capitalizing on SEO. Other filmmakers are embracing the attitude their films are going to be only offered instantly through a digital download. There isn’t a desire to have their films available on DVD. This lowers post production costs by reducing the need of having a Digital Betacam master.
The Financial Times has announced that MGM is waiting to make way for the new film about the agent 007 and is titled Bond 23. In fact they are planning to release a new series whose consequences reach the screen every two years.
MGM is expected to EON Productions, which monitors the development of James Bond films, make arrangements to make this new project a reality.
The sequel is expected to be released in November 2012 and starring Daniel Craig again. In this English actor we will see shortly in the American adaptation of the bestselling novel “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”, of Stieg Larsson’s late writer. This film is directed by David Fincher (The Social Network), is in its filming stage and its release is scheduled for December 2011.
Actor intends to direct and star in the film adaptation.
The actor James Franco has bought the rights to adapt of Adderall Diaries, Stephen Elliott, and intends to adapt, direct and star in the film. This is not your first time as director, although it is the first feature film, James has directed short films and also the documentary Saturday Night.
The book centers on a writer who with artistic block, which uses as its inspiration a crime, the trial of Hans Reiser, a programmer accused of killing his wife, whom he met through a Russian dating service.
Stephen Elliott recorded his stream of consciousness under the effects of adderall a methamphetamine, discussing such diverse subjects as his father and Paris Hilton.
Other production information, such as casting and filming and premiere dates were not disclosed.
Interesting avenues of terror and gore comedy that Cold Storage, Tony Elwood, proposes. It is the story of Melissa Adams, who after being involved in a serious car accident that cost him his life, is rescued by Clive Mers, a mountain hermit. Clive (exemplary performance by Nick Searcy) decides to take care of the body feeding it and taking out the city – while in his dementia thinks it is another woman. The sister and former boyfriend of Melissa depart for the small rural town, where weirdness is something common to all. The search takes them to the cottage of Clive, where the animal will pick up.
The film manages to maintain tension in the viewer into the scene and the next, making people laugh. Hitchcock’s influence – especially in “Psycho” – is clear, but the narrative of Tony Elwood has its own name, not a mere pastiche. Tony was also smart enough not to bog down your movie with sex scenes, which is done by most of his co-gender, and that ends, often shifting the focus of the film – sales tactic, of course. Although the first sequence (prologue) proves absolutely unnecessary, Cold Storage Camden meets just by giving new life to a film that sometimes seems to choke.
Cold Storage (2006) – Horror / Thriller – USA – 97 min.
Movie Fantaspoa seen in 2010 – International Fantastic Film Festival of Porto Alegre. (Porto Alegre, Brazil).
Official Site: http://www.coldstoragethemovie.com/
The release leverages the weekend of Valentine’s Day.
Paramount Pictures has confirmed that the biopic in 3D of the singer’s teen Justin Bieber will be launched in the U.S. on February 11, to enjoy the weekend of Valentine’s Day.
Directed by Jon Chu, the film tells the story of the rise of teen star to fame, focusing on how the internet helped him achieve success. Among the scenes is the show that Bieber did the day August 31 at Madison Square Garden in New York, filmed with 3D cameras.
The Director Chu, of Step 3D, also known thanks to the web. Before coming to Hollywood, he made the video series The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers, who became a phenomenon on YouTube.
The film is produced by Magical Elves, which produces the reality show Top Chef.