Red Epic | Top Ten Questions with “Leader of the Revolution” Ted Schilowitz. Ted travels to Vietnam to meet with a Red vendor as the entire film industry there has turned to the Red Camera Systems mostly due to its impact on film budgets and the incredible image quality. Shilowitz discusses the release date (which occurred in December 2010)
Apple patent reveals plans for holographic display
Television and cinema screens that produce holographic images without the need for special glasses are being developed by computer giant Apple.
A recently granted patent reveals that Apple, the company behind the iPod and iPhone, has been working on a new type of display screen that produces three dimensional and even holographic images without the need for glasses.
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Les budgets des films sont en baisse. Cela est indéniable. crédits d’impôt cinéma et des incitations sont en place. Dans le court d’argent, de crédit croqué marché du financement film que nous nous trouvons au sein de l’industrie du film n’y a jamais eu plus de pression à la baisse sur les budgets des films de l’histoire moderne. Film financiers de 30 millions de dollars films sont réduits à 20 millions de dollars et vingt millions de dollars des budgets film sont réduits à dix dollars ou moins. Trois millions de dollars est le nouveau huit millions même que les budgets gargantuesques film s’élever à des hauteurs exponentielle de 100 millions de dollars, 200 millions de dollars et 300 millions de dollars pour tentpole, 3D, images générées par ordinateur (CGI) films VFX. Avec l’industrie de la publicité monde même sur un rebond après une baisse en chute libre, ventes à l’étranger sont également faibles et la conduite de la capacité de financer un budget inférieur film.
Précision devient encore plus critique en tant que budget du film est réduite afin de maintenir la qualité à un tarif réduit. budgets Movie doit fournir la même précision et la valeur de production à l’écran afin d’offrir à ces coûts film réduite. Filmbudget.com fournit la partie la plus critique d’un business plan du film.
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President Obama signed into law on Friday, December 17, 2010 a tax package which contains the extension of Section 181 in the form of Section 744. Qualifying productions included film and television production, audiovisual, dvd programs which were produced in 2009, 2010 and which have film budgets of $15 Million or less and those which will be produced in 2011.
Section 181 provides for a 100% tax write-off for a film equity investor in entertainment productions as opposed to the standard three year staggered write-off. Know as the ‘Runaway Production” tax bill, Section 181 helps film budgets with its benefit of allowing investors to take advantage of the 100% write-off.
Film Tax Incentives
The write-off of film tax incentive can be combined the many state film tax incentive programs around the country: Michigan, New Mexico, Louisiana, Georgia, etc. Combining such film tax credits with Section 181 can contribute a substantial return to your investors which you may offer them which can be very enticing to a film financier. The government wisely realized that helping financiers focus their film investments locally can improve the film industry in the USA and was designed to help fight the flight overseas, particularly to Canada which was growing as producers sought lower production costs and the previously lower Canadian dollar exchange rate.
In todays economy and tight credit market film budgets are much more under scrutiny if able to be found at all! Film finance is at its tightest point in decades, if not a generation. While filmbudget.com is the global leader in worldwide film budgets and schedules we also figure the most advantageous place to shoot a movie or television production taking into account the local labor scenario, the best film tax incentives and of course the highest production value which the particular setting may offer.
Director Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings) will shoot two ‘The Hobbit’ movies on the new RED EPIC camera. According to RED founder Jim Jannard, Jackson will use up to 30 of the yet released Red Epic cameras for 3-D versions of ‘The Hobbit’ and its sequel. While clearly reducing the movie budget element for film and video as well, the use of the Red is a stunning development in placing the camera at the top of the movie production world in technology reduction in film budgets and utilization by the industry. Shooting will take place in New Zealand following a major spat over actors unions and a massive effort by the government to lure Jackson to keep the film there due to the economic benefit.
The small size of the camera makes it extremely suitable for stereoscopic 3-D application in convenience for side by side mounting and lack of a need for tethered VTR’s as the camera is wire-free. While the announcement is an astonishing development for large scale film production the news is especially significant for the cost lowering effect on the movie budget of independent filmmakers.
The European Film Market (EFM) is one of the most important affairs on the calendar of the international film industry. It takes place February 10th through the 20th and is a fundamental counterpart of the prestigious Berlin Film Festival. The EFM is where the business of film is conducted and where film makers meet collaborators on their upcoming and completed works. There they will meet film producers, distributors, buyers, financiers, and other industry players all drawn in for this event bringing with them films with major support and a large movie budget and those of independent films with more modest movie budgets.
EFM is located in renaissance exhibition hall of the Martin-Gropius-Bau (MGB), the EFM Marriott Offices and at the Stands Marriott Hotel close to the festival headquarters at Potsdamer Platz. [Google Map]
The address for the European Film Market at The Berlinale is: Niederkirchnerstraße 7 10963 Berlin, Germany
Filmmakers and production companies looking to register for the European Film Market have until December 15th. You can follow the steps and guidelines on the registration page of their website
Artists are always in need of someone carrying the money bags and to provide them with a movie budget to complete their visions. In such a thought, EFM hosted 1,467 buyers looking to spend their money on such artist’s films in 2009. They came from 59 Countries (up 38% from 2008). Also, 407 exhibition companies joined in from 55 different countries. International distribution rights for 695 Films were involved in the film market from a broad range of film production companies and distributors. (Source Nordisk Film & TV Fond: http://www.nordiskfilmogtvfond.com/news_story.php?cid=1363&sid=10&ptid=4)
In 2010, there were 414 companies that registered. Also, 2,714 market badges were given out and 1,339 buyers registered (a slight drop of 9% in last years boost of buyers in attendnce). As the film finance environment continues to be challenged, the effect on a film’s movie budget can be heard loudly what the market will bear.
As for the actual Berlin Film Festival, last years winning film was from Turkish playwrite, director and producer Semih Kaplanoglu’ for his work Bal(honey); about a country-side beekeeper who wanders into the mountain forests of Turkey in search for his missing bees, as his son follows after.
Best Director went to Roman Polanski for his political thriller, the Ghost Writer, however he could not be in berlin to Accept his award as he is in house arrest. Robert Benmussa and Alain Sarde were two producers who accepted the prize on his behalf.
Best screenplay went to Wang Quanan and Na Jin for the film ‘Apart Together.’
‘How I ended This Summer’ was a Russian work that not only took shared awards for best actors Grigori Dobrygin and Sergi Puskepalis, but yet another award, the artistic contribution prize for director Alexi Popogrebsky.
Best actresss went to Shinobu Terjima for her debut in Caterpilla, a Japanese war drama.
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