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The FilmSnobbery Endgame: LaRue Theaters

Hi Folks!   FilmSnobbery was started in 2009 with an idea.  That idea blossomed over the next year into a full-blown website that garnered attention from filmmakers, media outlets, sponsors, film festivals, and film enthusiasts.  I consider myself incredibly lucky and fortunate to have come onto the scene when I did.  FilmSnobbery changed my life.  […]

AFM Announces New Buyers Set for 2018

70+ BUYING COMPANIES FROM 28 COUNTRIES NEW TO 2018 AMERICAN FILM MARKET® Official Artwork for 39th AFM Revealed   Los Angeles, CA – October 16, 2018 – The 39th American Film Market® (AFM®), set for October 31-November 7 in Santa Monica, announced today that more than 70 companies from 28 countries will be attending AFM for the […]

SAG-AFTRA Statement on Unanimous Passage of the Music Modernization Act by the U.S. House of Representatives

LOS ANGELES (April 25, 2018) – SAG-AFTRA commends the U.S. House of Representatives for unanimously passing the Music Modernization Act [H.R. 5447] today. SAG-AFTRA National Executive Director David White said the following: “Today’s vote by the House is an encouraging sign that our singers, sound recording artists and songwriters will, at last, be justly compensated for […]

Raleigh Studios

Details Venue Website: http://raleighstudios.com Raleigh Studios is proud to be the longest operating independent studio in the United States, with 100 Years of experience providing the finest production services. We are a full-service facility that expertly covers every phase of production. Located in the center of Hollywood, our 11-acre studio campus includes 13 sound stages […]

FilmSnobbery Live! Episode 90 With Guest Jerry Cavallaro

Nic and Jerry continue their discussion about working together and collaboration in general. We pump our IndieGoGo campaign and get ready to say goodbye to MA in this penultimate episode. (14)

Down In Front – Al Ringling Theatre

The Al Ringling theatre was in fact owned by Al of the Ringling Brothers Circus. He picked the Rapp and Rapp architectural firm of Chicago to design the theatre in the French Renaissance style. It was meant to be the one of the largest and finest theaters in Baraboo, Wisconsin. It opened its grand opera […]

Down In Front – 20th Century Theatre

A quick announcement: Down In Front will now be a monthly column instead of a weekly column. All of you ladies who told me that I would be just as busy with my children as teens as I was 10 years ago may now pat yourselves on the back for being absolutely 100% correct! Built […]

Down In Front – 1891 Fredonia Opera House

This week’s column is brought to you by the letters ‘K’ and ‘G.’ K for Holy sweet glazed deliciousness! They are building a Krispy Kreme donut shop right down the street from my house! G for my new best friend, Gym as I have a feeling I will be paling around with him about 6 […]

Down In Front – Dallas Motor Vu Drive In

When you hear of a city named Dallas, the images that immediately come to mind are cows, horses, dusty roads, and flat land as far as the eye can see. Those of you who have been farther west than Las Vegas, have probably heard of the city of Dallas, Oregon, home to the Dallas Motor […]

Down In Front – Sunset Drive In

In southwest Missouri, you will find the area’s favorite drive in theater, the Sunset Drive In located in Aurora. April 1951 marked the beginning of the theater’s history after being built and operated by Ralph Hough Sr. and family. In 1966, Jesse, Cecil and Clyde Ruble bought the Sunset Drive In. Current owner, David Marks, […]

Ryan Pickett Wins Best Shorts Competition

(Nashville, Tennessee, August 3, 2011) – Ryan Pickett of Ryan Pickett Productions has won a prestigious Award of Merit from the Best Shorts Competition. The award was given for Ryan’s experimental short film, LOOK, which is a dream-inspired avant-garde examination of beauty created when Ryan attended Watkins Film School. LOOK features elegantly composed visuals by […]

Down In Front – Milford Twin Drive In

The Milford Twin Drive In began its life in 1958 when several area people and laborers built the theater hoping to cash in on the drive in “craze” of the 50s. It was opened with a single 84 foot wooden frame screen, a concession, projection room, and restroom mixture building, a playground and the box […]