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Paul Rodriguez, Motion Picture and Television Sound Executive, Dies at 65

Motion picture and television sound executive Paul Rodriguez died Sept. 26 in Los Angeles following a brief illness. He was 65. As President of South Lake Audio Services and Vice President of Audio Se... read more

Motion Picture Sound Editors Elect Tom McCarthy as President

The Motion Picture Sound Editors have elected Sony Pictures executive Tom McCarthy as president ... McCarthy and Morgan join continuing officers Mark Lanza, vice president; Paul Rodriguez, treasurer; ... read more

Dede Allen dies at 86; editor revolutionized imagery, sound and pace in U.S. films

Within a year, she was an assistant in sound effects, working on three-reelers. After long hours at her job, she would sit beside Carl Lerner, then an editor in television ... Motion Picture Editors G... read more

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Telluride Film Festival Unveils 2013 Lineup

First-time filmmakers discovered at TFF include Terry Zwigoff, Jim Jarmusch, Billy Bob Thornton, Robert Rodriguez, Michael Moore ..., Meyer Sound, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sc... read more

The 200 Freshest Movies of the Last 20 Years

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Forget Mars. Here’s Where We Should Build Our First Off-World Colonies

And, finally, being closer would help with ongoing rapid access to and from Earth. That may sound contradictory, given that the goal is to build a colony that’s self-sufficient. But getting to that po... read more

Tearing Babies from Their Mother's Breasts Is Now Your Government at Work

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'Pause button is off' for the La Crosse Center expansion

There hasn’t been a lot of activity on the proposed La Crosse Center renovation and expansion in the last three months, but board chair Brent Smith said that will change in the next few months. “The p... read more

Spielberg Adapting Ghost in the Shell into Live-Action 3D!

Ex-Marvel CEO Avi Arad and Steven Paul, who originally brought the project to the studio ... that Ghost in the Shell is a property "that epitomizes 3-D live-action motion picture possibilities." A pro... read more

‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Behind-The-Scenes Docu Lands At Amplify – Trailer

Set photographer Amy Rice shot 25 hours of behind-the-scenes footage of David Wain and Michael Showalter’s 2000 campy camp classic Wet Hot American Summer, capturing pretty cool impressions by then-ro... read more

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