TRIBUTE TO THE ART SPECIAL EFFECTS EVENT
You are invited to a Documentary DVD and Book signing featuring veteran effects artists and a tribute to the history of Special Effects on Sunday, April 14th at 2:00 PM.
Dark Delicacies Book Store
3512 W. Magnolia
Burbank, CA 91505
Editors for the newly published memoirs of A. Arnold “Buddy” Gillespie will be signing The Wizard of MGM. Buddy Gillespie was the Head of the Special Effects Department at MGM Studios from 1924-1965. He contributed to such movie classics as Wizard of Oz, Ben-Hur, Forbidden Planet, 30 Seconds Over Tokyo, and Tarzan. The 384 page book includes hundreds of never before published photographs, illustrations, technical details, and whimsical stories of the Golden Age of Hollywood at its largest Dream Factory. Included is an introduction by Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn.
Veteran effects artists will be signing the documentary DVD Sense of Scale, a personal behind the scenes look into the fantastic miniature world of movie special effects as told by the model makers themselves. These contemporary artists brought such features as Terminator 2, Armageddon, Alien, Star Wars, Batman and many more to life.
Philip J. Riley, co-editor of The Wizard of MGM will be signing Horror of Dracula and The Invisible Man, alternate film history tales for these horror movie classics. Film historian and author, Philip J. Riley has contributed to the horror genre for the past 40 years, including historical references for Frankenstein, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and London After Midnight.
SEE NEW TALENT AT Ai’s PORTFOLIO SHOW- Friday, March 22
Come see fresh talent and celebrate The Art Institute of California-Los Angeles students’ accomplishments, browse their portfolios, and see what they’ve created while completing their studies.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SHOW & RSVP HERE:
The Art Institute of California-Los Angeles
2900 31st Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405
* Parking will be validated
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Industry Guests
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Employer Luncheon
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Prospective Students, Friends, Family & General Public
Final Cut Pro X Event: Continue the Revolution
On Tuesday, March 12th, 2013 MelroseMAC invites you to join Edward Oleschak for drinks, appetizers and a free hour-long intensive on how Apple® Final Cut Pro® X has emerged on top, and why it is here to stay!
W Hollywood Hotel
6250 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
Orrin Zucker Adds Liquid FX to Shutterstock Footage Collection
Shutterstock, a global marketplace for digital imagery, announces a content partnership with Orrin Zucker of Ozone Productions, a motion designer and art director. As part of the partnership, Zucker’s Liquid FX collection of colorful liquid reactions is available for license within the Shutterstock library. To view the collection, go to
Adobe Photoshop Touch for Smartphones Now Available
We are excited to announce the arrival of Adobe® Photoshop® Touch for iPhone and Android phones, bringing the power of core Photoshop features to smartphone owners around the world. Photoshop Touch for phone enables users to edit and create beautiful artwork – all from a device that fits in the palm of their hand.
Among the many editing capabilities; users can touch-up photos, lay out ideas and composite images together. Projects can be shared on social media sites, and with Adobe Creative Cloud™, users can sync files across devices* for further refinements on a tablet** or in Photoshop CS6 or other Adobe Creative Suite® apps.
LAPPG MEMBER ANNOUNCES INDIEGOGO CAMPAIGN FOR SHORT
Editor and Associate Producer Justine Gendron is reaching out to the community for support on her upcoming short film, Devil May Come…
After countless years of ruling Hell, Lucifer has grown tired of his place in the universe and wishes to return to Heaven. Believing that God will not hear him, he comes to Earth to beg the family he betrayed, God’s Angels, to speak on his behalf and let him come home. This movie, although involving the Devil and Angels and other paranormal entities, is really a family drama. It’s a film about a man asking his Brothers to forgive the horrible, horrible things he’s done, and their inability to do so.
Please visit http://igg.me/at/devil-may-care to learn more about this short and how you can show your support!