Chicago’s Optimus is connecting the talents and services of New York’s Nice Shoes, an industry-leading color grading and finishing studio, with Chicago agencies, remotely, a timely move expected to save finishing time and mo
The doc, “Jens Jensen the Living Green,” the story of the pioneering conservationist who created many neighborhood Chicago parks, gets a rare simulcast June 19. WTTW/11 will air it, while an audience watches
For a few nervous weeks, it looked like Michigan’s $50 million in film incentives would be chopped down, again, as Gov. Rick Snyder’s 2015 budget called for a cutback to $25 million — a fraction of the $52.1 billion he planned in overall spending.
Howard Tullman, CEO of 1871, the Chicago-based entrepreneurial hub for digital startups, is one of Music Dealers’ four new senior appointments in forwarding its goal of “being positioned as the dominant player in the music lic
A new concept in audio post that the partners believe will stir things up opened Monday in two different locations and with a female engineer/sound designer at the helm of one studio bringing her LA vibe to the city’s audio post business.