Hollywoods 'Black List', a list of the best unproduced script, is out now.....click on 'Read More'.
I have been meaning to pop up a list of the industry professionals who kindly came in to speak to us and offer insights at this years Think Shoot Distribute. It might be of interest to those who are thinking of applying next year. Click the 'Read More' link below...
The first stage of this years Think-Shoot-Distribute drew to a close last Friday and to sum up, if you are young producer, writer or director then apply for next years initiative. It is totally brilliant and very inspiring.
This is a shameless plug for the designer who created the logo and brand identity for Wingbeat Pictures. I am really chuffed with the work Tim Allan at Bottle Rocket Ltd did, he exceeded my expectations and more. He is a great guy to work and I hope we will get the chance to collaborate again though this time in the online drama world. To find out more about Tim and to contact him you can go to his site, plus you can find more about the Wingbeat project from Tim's perspective on his blog.
Articles and reviews are awash in the media at the moment about the soon to be released 'The Social Network' - the film about the creation of Facebook written by Aaron Sorkin of West Wing fame and directed by David Fincher (Fight Club). But the website www.npr.org has published an article and released an mp3 that interviews different entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley to get their opinion on the film.
So without further ado....
I was recommended this event that takes place during the London Film Festival. It is called 'Power to the Pixel' and focus on creating cross media platforms and finding new innovative ways to produce, finance and market films. You can sign up for the forum which takes place at the BFI on the 12th & 13th October.
So how do you make a political movie that pulls in the punter? Having just seen it, I think the film ‘The China Syndrome’ (1979) has some answers.
Hello and welcome to the hub of Wingbeat Pictures. Wingbeat is a film, internet and brand drama production company. You can read more on the About page. This is where I will be posting latest news from the company, blog entries about story and any useful information for film makers. You can also follow Wingbeat on Twitter @JimmyLev and Facebook (Jimmy Levison). I hope you enjoy!