A colleague at Newseum in Washington paosted on Facebook: Daily skirmishes between Legacy Media and New Media. Should there be an LM/NM Scoreboard at the end of each news cycle? http://markcoddington.com/2010/10/05/cbs-les-moonves-you-may-have-the-flashy-devices-but-we-still-ha markcoddington.com Bigger discussion here really than I have time for – but I have blogged it extensively in the past – see my ear;lioer […]
Daily Film Dose listsÂ top indie film budgets adjusted for inflation. Inspiration or rude awakening for filmmakers everywhere.
Maryland is not the only place setting up and refining taz incentives. So is Ireland. “Irelandâ€™s film and television industry has received a welcome boost from the Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Martin Cullen. In a press release issued on 8 December 2008, the Minister outlined significant enhancements to the Section 481 relief for […]
Jay Hancock, Business Columnist for the Baltimore Sun, struggles to make sense of Maryland plans to be in the film investment biz: Good thing for Maryland, too. Louisiana taxpayers had to pay the Benjamin Button producers $27 million, according to state officials. The sales tax from Cate Blanchett’s hotel bill and income tax paid by […]
Equanimity, Power, Gaza, and the Times Dissident Voice – Santa Rosa,CA,USA We see pleasant photos of four top donors, including international mega-billionaire George Soros, Hollywood uber-mogul Stephen Spielberg, and Hollywood … The genius of Darren Aronofskyâ€™s wildly imaginative directing style North by Northwestern – Evanston,IL,USA Thereâ€™sa great deal of financial strife associated with making films […]
Little know fact – I studied, nearly minoring in social psychology in college, and my favorite professor was Dr. Maury Silver. Silver was a doctoral student under Stanley Milgram, one of only a very few people thanked by name in Milgram’s book about his disturbing experiments. I have long thought that this experiment, and others […]