The California economy is one of the ten largest economies of the world and is responsible for 13% of the United States gross domestic product. But not everything is golden as California faces a $16 billion dollar budget deficit for the 2008-2009 budget. That’s not good. Read the rest of this entry »Buy the Moose a cup of coffee.
May 19th, 2008 | film financing, Filmmaking, Industry | Comments »
California, the home state of Hollywood, land of the rich and famous and the movie making capital of the world, does not get it. New York, on the other hand, has always been a welcome home to filmmakers and film, television and commercial production. Read the rest of this entry »Buy the Moose a cup of coffee.
In my past few posts, I wrote about the misconceptions the blue suited penguins have about movie stars and why that has led so many to decry that the movie star is an endangered species worthy of federal protection. I also wrote about the actual financial impact movie stars have on movies. This leads me to today’s topic, how to properly use movie stars in your movie. Read the rest of this entry »Buy the Moose a cup of coffee.
At the moment, mixed martial arts is the fastest growing sport in North America. So far, Hollywood has not been able to cash in yet on this increasingly popular sport. There have been a few attempts but nothing that has caught on yet with MMA’s core audience of young males. Now comes a movie from a most unlikely source: Pulitzer-Prize winner David Mamet. Read the rest of this entry »Buy the Moose a cup of coffee.