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The Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI) recently held their annual Locations Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Film commissioners flew in from across the globe to provide attendees with information regarding the funds, financial incentives and services essential for film and television production.Published in More Top StoriesTagged underWednesday, 24 July 2013 09:34
The Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI) recently held their annual Locations Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Film commissioners flew in from across the globe to provide attendees with information regarding the funds, financial incentives and services essential for film and television production.Tuesday, 12 February 2013 18:23
Express Video Supply and Videotape Products, Inc. recently hosted an event to introduce JVC’s new GY-HM650 professional video camera to the Hollywood, Calif. market. Held at the Containment Field Studio in North Hollywood, the event gave camera operators and industry professionals with a specific interest in mobile newsgathering an up-close look.Published in CamerasTagged underWednesday, 02 January 2013 23:35
Since you’re reading this letter, we can assume that you’re alive and well with an eye on production as we dive into 2013. And if you receive P3’s weekly e-newsletters and digital editions, you belong to an elite readership interested in preproduction, production and postproduction. P3 has always been dedicated to helping you tell your story, and no other publication has had the impact we’ve had in introducing the next wave of production. We’re happy that you’ve stayed on board with us in 2012 and we look forward to keeping you updated in 2013.
As you are aware, digital media has had a dramatic effect on how publishers communicate with their readers. The Internet and a plethora of mobile devices and tablets have changed the way information is received, and P3 Update has taken a leadership role by going all digital. This move has helped us gain more international readers, as they’re keen on staying updated about the new technology, locations, equipment and support services that will help them to get their productions made. They also want to learn from the Hollywood production professionals and international filmmakers that make entertainment for global consumers.
The P3 Update staff and I applaud our readers for pursuing the dream of storytelling. We thank you for your dedication and look forward to a successful year ahead.
PublisherPublished in P3 Update Magazine BlogTagged underFriday, 30 November 2012 10:43
Sony Electronics Inc. recently held a pleasurable event to celebrate the future of 4K and the launch of the company’s newest 4K cameras. Held at Sony Pictures Studios, the event welcomed filmmakers and other production professionals that are interested in a 4K workflow. The attendees were among the first to see Sony’s new 84-inch TV that will allow consumers to view 4K resolution. Sony Electronics President/COO Phil Molyneux first witnessed 4K technology in Japan. “[I] saw the future there right in front of me,” he reported. “When [consumers] see 4K content on our 4K TVs, they will be stunned.”Sunday, 23 September 2012 06:00
The city of Amsterdam in the Netherlands was once again an ideal setting for IBC2012. Broadcasters and filmmakers from around the world gathered to discuss technology and trends that will ultimately transcend how consumers will be entertained. The location was beautiful and the weather perfect, and everything from the traffic to each IBC event flowed seamlessly.
The attendance figures for this year’s event at the RAI Exhibition and Congress Centre were reported to be an impressive 50,937.Saturday, 22 September 2012 06:00
The 2012 Cine Gear Expo created the perfect setting to showcase the newest tech tools that are changing the way film and television content is captured. Industry leaders lent their voices and equipment manufacturers paraded their wares at Paramount Studios in Hollywood to provide a complete education on the current state of the industry.