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Cinefamily’s Everything is Festival III: The Domnation (August 19 - 28, 2012) in Los Angeles (various locations) is “the world’s greatest (and only) gonzo convention for found footage collectors, alternative comedy, and experimental artists.“ A strange assembly of bizzarre amateure films, lost odities, and a few appearances from some 90's paragons of pop-culture.
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On June 8th and 9th, EditFest 2012 -- scheduled at the DGA Theater (110 West 57th Street) -- brings some of the movie world's finest editors to New York City. Editors for hit movies and TV shows will be assembled to give informative panels and Q&A sessions on the world of editing.
EditFest includes editors that have worked on:
Michael Berenbaum, A.C.E., moderator for this year's EditFest NY says, "EditFest NY is a great venue for editors, professional and novice, to share stories and trade secrets from real world work situations. I love the opportunity to hang out with old friends and meet new ones."
Panelists and participants include:
And if you want more or missed this EditFest, there will be another in Los Angeles -- Edit Fest LA, August 3 - 4, 2012, at Universal Studios (100 Universal City Plaza) in Universal City, CA, 91608.
To learn more buy tickets and get the full schedule, go to: www.editfestny.com
EditFest NYJune 8 - 9, 2012DGA Theater 110 West 57th StreetNew York, NY 10019
From May 30 to June 3, 2012, New York City will become a gigantic playground and monument to science.
The World Science Festival was launched in 2008 by the Science Festival Foundation whose mission is to cultivate a general public informed by science, inspired by its wonder, convinced of its value, and prepared to engage with its implications for the future.
Kicking off the festival is the multimedia event, Icarus at the Edge of Time at the United Palace Theater (4140 Broadway). Part movie, part concert, the film is accompanied by a live orchestra performing an original score by Philip Glass and live narration by LeVar Burton (yes, of Star Trek: TNG and Reading Rainbow fame). Based on the children’s book by physicist Brian Greene, Icarus is about a young boy’s journey into a black hole.
Celebrating man’s scientific endeavor to alchemize rotting grains into liquid gold Cheers to Science! A Drinkable Feast of Beer, Biotechnology and Archaeology examines the science and history behind beer.
Being held at the La Scuola Grande & La Birreria at Eataly (NYC’s colossal temple to Italian cooking at 11 West 23 Street), biomolecular archaeologist Patrick McGovern and pioneering brewmaster Sam Calagione explore ancient ales from around the world and retrace their journey to Italy to reconstruct an Etruscan fermented beverage circa 800 to 700 BC. The event is followed by a tasting of a recreation of this ancient ale on Eataly’s rooftop.
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While the media anxiously waited for EPIX CEO & President Mark Greenberg to introduce Marvel Heroes creator Stan Lee, lunch was served in the Beverly Hills SLS Hotel outdoor courtyard. The two were previewing The Marvel Heroes Weekend being hosted by the legendary comic writer/editor Silver Age legend Lee taking place from on the premium digital media service from April 27 - 29, 2012.
Various Marvel Universe-based films will be screened throughout the weekend as a virtual film festival in anticipation of the upcoming release of Marvel's The Avengers.
Three weeks ago, the premium entertainment channel started an $8,000,000 media campaign in key markets such as LosAngeles, New York, Dallas and Houston. Greenberg said it was a key investment in order to get the word out about the EPIX projects coming up and all the additional content it is adding.
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