VA Corporation hopes to lead the virtual production field through commercial virtual scouting platform “V Stage” – Aju Business Daily | Episode Movies

[Photograph by Lee Sang-woo =] SEOUL – VA Corporation, a virtual production company in South Korea, will release a commercial virtual scouting service that previews filming locations and sets in a virtual environment. Without making a site visit, content creators can check backgrounds and environments through web pages while updating backgrounds by selecting and … Read more

Documentary opens up Spike Milligan’s ‘treasure chest’ of scripts and footage – The Guardian | Episode Movies

A musical and children’s play written by Spike Milligan are among the unfinished scripts in a vast archive that filmmakers have been given unprecedented access to for an upcoming documentary about the comics genius. Seb Barfield, the producer and director of Spike Milligan: The Unseen Archive, was amazed to find entire shows, sketches and poems … Read more

Shaping the look of Kumari: Abraham Joseph – The New Indian Express | Episode Movies

Express Message Service The narrative quality of Aishwarya Lekshmi’s new film Kumari It might not have blown everyone away, but there’s little to no nitpicking about its technical merits, most notably the stunning cinematography by newcomer Abraham Joseph. Born in Thiruvananthapuram and a graduate of Prague’s prestigious film academy FAMU, he shares what it’s like … Read more

Oops! Indian army flaunts ‘Chinese cameras’ to spy on Chinese military; You can buy it on Aliexpress for $80 – EurAsian Times | Episode Movies

ANI news agency and other media houses recently showcased videos of the Indian Army’s drone hunting capabilities near the Line of Actual Control (LAC). As the army demonstrated its “technology” against China, Beijing laughed in disbelief. “Arjun,” the black kite, made headlines as news and social media footage showed off its skills as an ant … Read more

House Committee releases first-of-its-kind documentary on economic inequality – The Washington Post | Episode Movies

Comment on this story comment A bipartisan House Select Committee will release a unique documentary about economic inequality in America, a modern historical chronicle of three uniquely American stories members are hoping for the political and partisan bubble bursting around the topic Washington. Chair Jim Himes (D-Conn.), who was appointed chair of the Special Committee … Read more

Movie Review: All About Lily Chou-Chou (2001) by Shunji Iwai – Asian Movie Pulse | Episode Movies

A harrowing story about youth, music and grief Shunji Iwai’s films present an almost dreamlike view of the world. Regardless of how stylized his work may be, he is never afraid to offer a raw portrait of reality. The teenage years of people’s lives are generally a time of happiness and growth, creating memories that … Read more

“The Eternal Daughter”, Review: A Tour de Force for Tilda Swinton – The New Yorker | Episode Movies

My favorite dual role in movies – aside from Charlie Chaplin in The Great Dictator of course – is as Frances Farmer’s mother and daughter in Howard Hawks’ Come and Get It. I am reminded of this by Tilda Swinton’s spectacular performance as mother and child in Joanna Hogg’s new film The Eternal Daughter (which … Read more