Whitehouse Post’s new editor, David Cea, will occupy a unique situation when he arrives here Oct. 1 to live and work in Chicago. He will stand alone as the first New York editor to put down roots here, from among the estimated 70 editors employed at Chicago AICE post&nbs
Dennis Manarchy is taking his 35-foot camera on the road. But before he embarks on a planned 20,000-mile tour of American subcultures, he’s giving Chicagoans a chance to see the one-of-a-kind instrument in person.
The Oct. 10-24 Chicago International Film Festival pays homage to Chicagoans this year, honoring producer/director George Tillman, Jr. with a Black Perspectives Tribute, and inviting Jennifer Hudson, star of Tillman’s new movie, to join the festivities Frid
Cutters’ executive producer Craig Duncan’s organizational and client relations skills and efforts in putting the post/production house on the expansion fast track over the past three years have earned him a partnership in Chicago’s biggest post/production company.
The spotlight will beam on the local film industry next month when a city/industry collaboration stages a full day of panels and presentations with major speakers on film topics not usually heard, and an expo of vendors under the Tiffany dome at the Chicago Cultural Center.
A new music video shot in Chicago by director Lester Cohn has reached an amazing 500,000 views on YouTube in less than two weeks. The video is for “American Loser,” the acoustic title track and first single off the new album by local artist
Experiential marketing agency All Terrain, brought aboard its first outside president, a newly-created position, and began an extensive slate of projects for a new client, including hosting a major women’s conference next&
With an incentive that will reduce Cinespace Studios’ real estate taxes to further enable it to “put more money into the infrastructure,” says president Alex Pissios, the studio will complete 25 stages, one of which will a rare “water stage.”