“Nobody Wants the Night,” (“Nadie Quiere La Noche”) starring Juliette Binoche as Josephine Peary, Rinko Kikuchi as Allaka and Gabriel Byrne as Bram from one of the Berlinale’s darling directors, Isabel Coixet, should be a mesmerizing, engaging big-vista adventure. Although the film is beautifully shot against breathtaking vistas, features some of this generation’s finest actors, […]
(photos and video by Cirina Catania) We are producing a documentary film about, Kionte Storey, a retired Marine who trains every day in the hopes of landing a place on the Paralympic track team. I’ve been covering him for the last few months and am constantly amazed at his endurance, focus and positive outlook on […]
If the next three days of Westdoc 2013 are as productive as the opening Producer’s Master Class with Peter Hamilton and Ed Hersh, participants better exercise their note-taking skills. Yesterday’s energetic and knowledgable presentation entitled, “The Key Success Factors in Nonfiction Programming,” dove into background research on the non-fiction landscape and immediately turned to a […]
BuZZ producer Cirina Catania on diversity, digital makeup, MacPro, CUDA, motion graphics, contemporary jazz, and all things creative.
Host Cirina Catania talks with Alex Terpstra, CEO of Civolution about fingerprinting, watermarking and media interaction and learns more about how copyright is protected by these technological solutions.
The storm won. Tim Samaras, his son, Paul and their long-time friend Carl Young were killed in the EF-3 El Reno tornado on Friday. We will miss them. He was the great one, the mentor, the careful one, the funny and serious one who always took care of those around him. Tim was always alert. […]
Idol judge Randy Jackson and executive producer spoke with Cirina Catania prior to accepting their award.
Vizrt Ltd. and Zeebox announced today a partnership that allows broadcasters and program makers to integrate interactive second screen experiences into live TV shows.
Tim Jenison, NewTek Founder and visionary force behind the desktop revolution of the 1990’s predicted the democratization of video production. TriCasters are now used to produce over 60,000 hours of video content each week (40,000 hours are live).