Monthly Archives: September 2022

Iowa’s ‘ag-gag’ law declared unconstitutional

DES MOINES, IOWA — A decision made by a federal court rejected Iowa’s latest version of an “ag-gag” law, Section 727.8A of the Iowa Code, which sought protection from undercover investigations. Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Iowa Stephanie M. Rose said the law violates the First Amendment. “It is true that the ...

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BRIT Trust Diaries: ELAM’s Matt Sheldon explains how embracing diversity can boost the creative economy | notice | Opinion

In the last BRIT Trust Logs blog, we focus on education and the untapped potential that creative industries could realize by embracing diversity, equity and inclusivity more fully. ELAM, a college for 16-19 year olds, which prides itself on a revolutionary approach that sees, for example, more non-binary students forging careers in game programming. Read on for key insights from ...

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Corey Feldman Reveals What ‘Traumatized’ Him Most About Filming The Lost Boys, And His Response Involves Glitter

Want to see something ridiculous? Check out the series of movies that Corey Feldman did before he turned 16. Starting in 1984, Feldman’s character was responsible for slowing Jason down in Friday the 13th – The Final Chapter. He followed this with appearances in Joe Dante’s Gremlinsby Richard Donner The Goonies, The adaptation of Rob Reiner from Stephen King’s The ...

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Sound Solutions Company plans $40 million manufacturing plant in Georgia

Welcome to Thomas Insights – every day we post the latest news and analysis to keep our readers up to date with what’s happening in the industry. Sign up here to get the day’s top stories straight to your inbox. Sound solutions and engineering company Troy Acoustics Corporation has announced plans to establish operations in Thomasville, Georgia. The company expects ...

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Broadcast Switch Market Worth $3.32 Billion by 2031

WILMINGTON, DE /ACCESSWIRE/September 28, 2022 / Transparency Market Research Inc. – The substantial rate of adoption of production switchers has increased revenue potential, a detailed study examining the market share of broadcast switch companies has revealed. The broadcast switch market the size was pegged at US$1.86 billion in 2021. Changing requirements for changing live production systems provide top video switchers ...

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What happened to Darren Aronofsky’s Batman: Year One?

Around the turn of the century, things weren’t going well for Batman. A few years earlier had seen the world subjected to batman and robin, a film decried by critics and now considered one of the worst superhero films ever made. Its failure led to the cancellation of a proposed fifth film unleashed batman, leaving Warner Bros. unsure of what ...

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Cult Classic ‘The Mutilator, filmed in Atlantic Beach, revisited with a sequel | Lifestyles

ATLANTIC BEACH – Forty years have passed since the brooding, blood-splattered psychopath known only as “Big Ed” laid down his pickaxes, axes, fish gaffs and outboard motors. But writer/director Buddy Copper brings him back for one last heartbreaking rodeo, and one thing is for sure: The Great Edward learns from his mistakes. ATLANTIC BEACH – AB “Buddy” Cooper Jr.’s ...

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Apple will manufacture the iPhone 14 in India

NEW DELHI (AP) — Apple Inc. will manufacture its iPhone 14 in India, the company announced on Monday, as makers shift production from China amid geopolitical tensions and pandemic restrictions that have disrupted many supply chains. industries. “The new iPhone 14 lineup introduces groundbreaking new technologies and important security capabilities. We are excited to manufacture iPhone 14 in India,” Apple ...

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Supporting student art: Arts in Education grants

When Nature Coast Technical High School’s digital video production program entered the All-American High School Film Festival in New York City in October 2021, they won second place with their short film titled “Waiting for the Punchline.” The production and submission of this film was made possible through a wide range of community support, including a grant from the Hernando ...

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“You follow me everywhere trying to do some bullshit here”

Hall of Fame guard Ray Allen got angry and berated a YouTuber filming him at a Target store. Allen was one of many shoppers who were tricked by fart noises. One of the greatest shooters of all time, Allen retired in 2014. Lope, who has over 945,000 subscribers on YouTube, recently uploaded a video of himself pranking people using loud ...

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Renowned production house Suresh Productions has completely lost track

In recent times, the reputed film production house, Suresh Productions, is associated with many low-scoring and uninspiring movies. It seems they are only interested in making a quick buck by producing mediocre remakes or lousy low budget movies that they can sell to OTT platforms and make a decent profit and move on. At one time, Suresh Productions under the ...

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Hike Creative explained why they are the award-winning video producers

Hike Creative is a leading video production company. In a recent update, the agency explained the main qualities that make them win many awards. Austin, TX- In an article on the website, Hike Creative explained the main qualities that allow them to win many awards. The Austin Video Production Company shared that they have a strong network of creatives who ...

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JKC Gallery ‘Photo Show Live’ Lunchtime Artist Talk scheduled for Thursday, September 29, 2022 at noon

Trenton, NJ – ‘Photo Show Live’, the new lunchtime photography conference at the James Kerney Campus Gallery (JKCG) of Mercer County Community College (MCCC) at 137 North Broad Street in Trenton, will take place on September 29 from noon to 1 p.m. This month, JKC Gallery Director Michael Chovan-Dalton features Wendy Ewald, an artist who has spent more than 40 ...

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Yung Bleu Explains Why He Was “Nervous” While Filming Video With Nick Minaj

“[I didn’t know] how to move.” Yung Bleu has gone from an aspiring young rapper fresh out of Alabama to a Grammy-nominated artist, working with some of the biggest names in the game. Since releasing his first major hit “Miss It” in 2017, the 28-year-old has worked alongside everyone from NBA YoungBoy to Chris Brown. But it was Nicki Minaj ...

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New independent production company Leviathan to make Jewish stories for film and TV

(JTA) – A new independent production company aims to “ensure Jewish tradition lives on” in television and film, as Jewish stories continue to be hot property in Hollywood. Leviathan Productions will specialize in developing content based on Jewish history, literature and folk tales, as well as stories about Israel, Deadline reported. Leviathan is founded by Ben Cosgrove, a film and ...

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PlayMining creative IP platform to talk about industry disruption

SINGAPORE, Sept. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Creative IP Platform PlayMining is proud to introduce its Web3 IP monetization platform to Token2049 Singapore to shed light on the challenges facing the creative industry and showcase PlayMining’s disruptive solutions. As one of Asia’s leading crypto conferences, Token2049 hosts over 7,000 attendees, 250 exhibitors, and 200 speakers. The flagship event of Asian ...

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Alex Alvga, essential creative director of Kane Brown: In Demand – Billboard

Over the past five years, Alex Alvga’s work as creative director for country star Kane Brown has produced a catalog of eye-catching and thought-provoking work, dating back to 2017’s “Heaven” music video. More recently, their ongoing collaboration includes clips such as “Worldwide Beautiful,” which earned Brown his first ACM Video of the Year in 2021, and the CMT Male Video ...

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Shannon & Tamra Film RHOC Amid David’s Divorce File

After Judge Tamra announced his triumphant return to Real Housewives of Orange Countyfans wondered how – or if – she would reestablish her iconic friendship with Shannon Beador. The stars (who were once in a ‘Tres Amigas’ alliance with Vicki Gunvalson) fell in 2020 when Tamra was kicked out of the franchise, but recently they hinted they were on a ...

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Change Healthcare, Ford, PayPal, Humana and more

Ford Motor Company’s electric F-150 Lightning on the production line at its Rouge Electric Vehicle Center in Dearborn, Michigan on September 8, 2022. Jeff Kowalsky | AFP | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines on Tuesday at noon. Change Healthcare – Shares of Change Healthcare jumped 6.4% after a federal judge ruled UnitedHealth could not take over the ...

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Local TV Station Producers Seek Funding from Spectrum

Woodstock Town Supervisor Bill McKenna appointed council member Bennet Ratcliff as liaison with the public-access television station after expressing a need for a more efficient and effective studio. Producers have long complained of insufficient and outdated equipment and some have noted that the same old equipment was brought back to the studio when it was refurbished as part of the ...

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Minecraft Player Shows Off Spectacular Monster House Build

Players are known to make all sorts of amazing creations in Minecraftand one player did just that, building a haunted house based on the movie The monster house. While many players have shown their creative talent in Minecraft over the past two weeks, this unique build is definitely remarkable. The monster house is a 2006 animated film produced by Sony ...

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Kate Winslet taken to hospital after falling while filming in Croatia

Kate Winslet is ready to return to work after a hospital visit following an accident while filming an upcoming project in Croatia. The actress was filming her lead role in the historical drama Lee when an accident on set led to her being taken to a nearby hospital to make sure she was okay, her reps confirmed to The News84Media. ...

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ShineTV, the Fort Lauderdale video production company is redefining the way businesses use digital content

If you’re like most businesses, you understand the importance of digital content in today’s world. You also know that creating and distributing this content can be expensive and time-consuming. This is where ShineTV comes in. We are a Fort Lauderdale video production company specializing in creating high quality video content for businesses of all sizes. We understand the power of ...

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Ex-NFL WR Henry Ruggs appears to be training in ankle monitors

Henry Ruggs III appears to be back on the football pitch for training. In a video posted to TikTok, the ex-Raiders wide receiver is apparently filmed undergoing speed drills earlier this week. “Henry Ruggs is back on the pitch training,” the caption read. There are some questions about the recency of the video, but it was posted by Jalen Davidson ...

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Bring Betty Stiven to life

Comment Elspeth Duncan 4 hours ago – As well as being a known tourist site, Fort James in Plymouth is also a place where unwanted dogs have been abandoned and unspayed homeless females have given birth to litters of puppies. I have been called there a few times for animal rescue purposes. The last rescue, about three years ago, was ...

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David Harbor and Orlando Bloom to Star in Gran Turismo Adaptation and Other Movie News

This week’s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering titles such as Gran Turismoa Priscilla Presley movie, a new Stephen King fantasy, a Sublime band biopic, and more. (Photo by David M. Benett, Emma McIntyre/Getty Images) Perhaps fittingly for a film based on a motor racing video game franchise, Sony Pictures appears to be ...

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EVGA ceases production of video cards, no more EVGA GeForce GPUs

EVGA is ending its relationship with NVIDIA The end of an era. EVGA has invited members of the tech press to a closed meeting to announce the discontinuation of their graphics card manufacturing. The company has confirmed that it will not launch the GeForce RTX 40 series as well as future series. EVGA also won’t make cards from competitors, like ...

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C of O students participate in CitizenTrip in Washington DC | Free News

The College of the Ozarks continued the groundbreaking CitizenTrip, which began in 2019 as part of its Patriotic Education program. The College of the Ozarks sent 140 students on an intensive two-day, one-night trip to Washington D.C. on Thursday and Friday, September 8-9, at no cost to students. Colonel John Clark, Vietnam Veteran and POW, spent time with the students ...

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SMUGGLER Director Fenn O’Meally Returns With Poetic Short “Kiin”

The short stars Tamara Lawrence and Letitia Wright and is a companion piece to the larger cinematic world of “Silent Twins.” SMUGGLER director Fenn O’Meally’s latest film, a poetic short titled “KIIN”, stars Tamara Lawrence and Letitia Wright. Born as a companion piece to the larger cinematic world of “Silent Twins” directed by Agnieszka Smoczynska, O’Meally drew inspiration from the ...

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Painted post man wins awards for 2 video productions

It was a simple act, almost an afterthought, and Charles Baldwin had no idea at the time that it would change his life. Baldwin, who grew up in Painted Post, has always had a passion for photography and the visual arts. So when a popular regional band performed several years ago, they recorded the concert. Last year, on a whim, ...

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Throwback Thursday: When Anushka Sharma decided to ‘step away’ from her OWN production house

Anushka Sharma is a highly successful Indian actress with a career spanning nearly a decade and a half. She has worked in iconic Indian films like Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, Band Baaja Baaraat, Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Sultan, PK, Sanju, NH10, Phillauri among others. She also ventured into production with her production house Clean Slate Filmz and produced content ...

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Ryan Tudhope joins Framestore as Creative Director

Framestore announces Ryan Tudhope as the new Creative Director and VFX Supervisor to join its Films and Episodes team. Tudhope worked as production-side visual effects supervisor on Top Gun: Maverick, providing flawless supporting visual effects for the biggest movie of 2022. The film once again soared to the top of the US box office over the weekend. Labor Day weekend, ...

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Marketing Assistant / Content Production for Wine Company

Little Ripples is a socially responsible wine brand. For every bottle of wine sold, we donate 1 year of drinking water to 1 person in a developing country! To date, we have provided 195,000 people with a year’s worth of drinking water. We are currently selling in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, United Arab Emirates and many more markets coming soon! ...

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The theme for the annual indoor golf tournament – ​​The Suburban Times

This year, the theme for the 26th Annual Indoor Golf Tournament is the Roaring Twenties! Too young to know more about the Roaring Twenties? The Roaring Twenties, after World War I, was a decade of widespread economic growth and prosperity, driven by recovery from devastation and delayed spending, a building boom and the rapid growth of consumer goods. In other ...

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Eli Manning shares work-from-home issues while filming Manningcast

The stars, they are like us! Most of us have never played NFL quarterback, won a Super Bowl, made $252.2 million in our careers, or made millions more in endorsements and as a commentator. the NFL. However, there is at least one way to identify with Eli Manning. The former New York Giants QB saves the Monday night football Manningcast ...

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This company was encouraged to stimulate local production

The PLI program for large-scale electronics manufacturing, which was introduced to stimulate domestic production of electronic components, has had its first disbursement approved by the Empowered Committee. The first company to benefit from the incentive under the scheme is Padget Electronics Pvt Ltd, which is a subsidiary of Noida-based contract manufacturer Dixon Technologies Pvt Ltd. Padget Electronics will receive a ...

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Triad City Beat | EDITO: A bad look for Derwin Montgomery, and yet…

Derwin Montgomery’s August 29 indictment contains some of the details the news can’t: A detailed list of the alleged fraud – 14 counts, each for less than $5,000, totaling $23,940.25 $, and a 15e count alleging embezzlement of federal funds which brings the federal total to $26,299.57. That’s what they say Montgomery siphoned off from the Bethesda Homeless Center for ...

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That time John Carpenter went meta

One of John Carpenter more endearing traits is his dislike of the self-effacing clown. That’s not at all to suggest that Carpenter’s films aren’t funny – rather, it’s that the living legend of the genre often chooses to play familiar B-movie scenarios completely straight, whether it’s a confrontation laconic between gangs rendered as a modern western confrontation. (Assault on Compound ...

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Filming for ‘The Witcher’ season 3 has officially wrapped on Netflix

Filming for the third season of Netflix’s hit series ‘The Witcher’ officially wrapped today (September 9) in London, UK. Filming will take place in various locations across the UK from April 4 this year. The previous season’s production was hit hard by the pandemic and this season also suffered a slight setback when Henry Cavill tested positive for Covid in ...

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GC is heading towards net zero with venture capital investment in ECONIC, developer of catalytic technologies for carbon value creation for sustainable polymer production

GC continually seeks new business opportunities through corporate venture capital and invests in cutting-edge technologies and startups. This investment moves GC towards cutting-edge technology and innovation activity for the future. Recently, GC has jointly invested in ECONIC, a developer of catalytic technologies for carbon value creation for the sustainable production of polymers from CO2 with its advanced Carbon Capture and ...

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Netflix flexes the creativity of the Indonesian film industry with original content

Netflix offers a list of upcoming movies and series made in Indonesia to showcase Indonesian talent to the world. According to Netflix, since the company was established in Indonesia in 2016, outstanding stories from Indonesia such as Queens Ali and Ratu Ratu and Photocopier captured audiences. Amplifying its plan, Netflix unveiled its localized campaign of seven new titles,sci-fi ...

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A new Chinese electric vehicle battery giant has emerged

Comment this story Comment As countries around the world seek to grab their share of the electric vehicle supply chain in a rush to go green, energy storage is becoming a key battleground. To add to the pressure, another major Chinese drum player is emerging. China Aviation Lithium Battery Technology Co., or CALB, is seeking to go public in Hong ...

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Full of intrigue, ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ dazzles Venice

VENICE, Italy (AP) — After much anticipation, Olivia Wilde’s “Don’t Worry Darling” finally had its world premiere Monday night at the Venice International Film Festival. Before the film, hundreds of screaming Harry Styles fans crowded the edges of the red carpet trying to catch a glimpse of him. His enthusiastic welcome did the madness of Timothée Chalamet seen on Friday ...

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Telluride Launches “Squaring the Circle” on Iconic Album Cover Makers – Deadline

This is perhaps the most famous album cover ever created. The background – black. In the foreground, a beam of white light pierces a triangular prism and exits, splitting into brilliant bands of red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. The artwork, as any true rock fan can instantly tell you, is for Pink Floyd’s 1973 album The dark side ...

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Tom Cruise ‘M:I’ Airplane Stunt Shown In Full In New Leaked Video

Tom Cruise reached new heights – and no, we’re not talking about “Top Gun” anymore… this time we’re talking about his new movie “Mission: Impossible” – which sounds crazy. Check out this clip that appears to have leaked online over the weekend, with no traceable source. It’s a PSA that Tom filmed a while ago, which would have aired during ...

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Local theater companies come to life with fall productions – The Mercury News

A slew of new theatrical productions will open in September and October on the Peninsula and in the South Bay, starting with three that will begin airing on September 9. Los Altos Stage Company tackles “The Strange Incident of the Dog in the Night” by Simon Stephens, based on the novel by Mark Haddon. Directed by LASC Executive Artistic Director ...

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Under pressure: Unique places to write manuscripts attract attention in Japan

“Editors” from the Homei publisher post messages on a street to warn participants playing the roles of “literary giants” not to “run away” before the deadline for submitting their manuscripts. (Photo courtesy of Yasosuke Corp.) TOKYO — Due to the seventh wave of coronavirus infections, this writer refrained from going to the office ...

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Love, Death + Robots Writer-Director Talks Episode “Jibaro” – The Hollywood Reporter

Creative talent behind programs such as the NBC Musical Anne Live!Netflix’s video game-inspired animated series Esotericand Tim Miller and David Fincher Love, Death + Robots The anthology series are among the winners of this year’s Emmy Awards. These honors were presented during the Creative Arts Emmys on September 3 and 4. An edited version of the presentations will air on ...

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The Blacklist season 10: Another step towards filming!

The blacklist season 10 should start production soon – it could be as soon as next week! We know some things are already in the works behind the scenes, and that includes the latest costume news we have today. If you look below, you can see a fun tease courtesy of longtime costume designer Christine Bean. It remains to be ...

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Lawsuit accuses Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears of child sex abuse – Crime Online

A lawsuit filed this week accuses comics Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears of recruiting a 14-year-old girl and a 7-year-old boy to appear in sexually suggestive sketches they videotaped. The lawsuit is brought by a Jane Doe – the now 22-year-old woman on behalf of herself and her now 14-year-old brother, named John Doe, to whom she is the legal ...

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Stock exchange seeks to fill shortage of manufacturing workers

A Maryland company is trying to fill an anticipated job shortage of engineers, technicians and machinists by investing in community college students. Xometry Inc., a Rockville-based global online company that connects buyers with manufacturing service providers, has agreed to pay fees for 57 Community College of Baltimore County-Catonsville students to learn skills and eventually get jobs. techniques. our collective world ...

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