Monthly Archives: July 2012

Logliners Hosts Paperless Table Read with Final Draft Reader App

Billing it as the first fully “Paperless Table Read,” Logliners hosted a reading of a feature film script last night using Final Draft’s relatively new Reader app. The professional cast of performers read from their digital scripts on Apple iPads, … Continue reading

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Consortium Pushes for Easing of L.A. Film Permitting Rules

A consortium of pro-entertainment business groups in Los Angeles have banded together to offer recommendations to cities across Southern California, which would make it easier to film location days in the area. A revised Model Film Ordinance and Best Practices … Continue reading

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Cinematic Innovation Gets Its Due

The world’s first large-scale summit dedicated to the future of movie technology will kick off in December ahead of the Dubai International Film Festival. The debut of the Cinematic Innovation Summit will be hosted by the DIFF, the Center for … Continue reading

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New Deal for Teamsters, Basic Crafts Follows IATSE Pattern

Los Angeles Teamsters and Basic Crafts locals have reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract. The agreement covers Local 399 Teamsters, Local 40 Electrical, Local 78 Plumbers, Local 724 Studio Utility, and Local 755 Plasterers and Cement Masons. … Continue reading

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