Elation meets broadcast standards on redesigned France Television set

“Elation luminaires meet more and more the lighting criteria demanded by top Directors of Photography,” was the assessment of Alain Lheriteau of Elation’s French distributor Best Audio & Lighting after working with Director of Photography Jean-Louis Rousseaux on a reworked set at France Television Stage 2. In spring 2019, the national broadcaster entrusted Rousseaux with … Read more

‘The Morning Show’ and other series set in the world of television

Television offers us an inexhaustible source of stories of all kinds, although it is also a medium that arouses enough interest and fascination in itself to become a central part of the plot. In recent years, we have been able to see numerous fictions set in studios and television sets, from dramas to comedies, including … Read more

Barry Jenkins and his painful and transformative journey in ‘The Underground Railroad’ | Television | Entertainment

The 10-episode production is available to Amazon Prime Video subscribers. “The first and last thing my mother gave me were apologies,” says the protagonist of The Underground Railroad, Cora (Thuso Mbedu), looking at the camera with a sad, regretful expression. We can intuit that this request for forgiveness was born from a mother who would … Read more

TV tonight: Martin Clunes in a true-crime drama about a case that haunted the Met | Television & radio

Manhunt: The Night Stalker 9pm, ITV “I know you’re retiring in a few months. I just want you to take a look.” That’s how impossible cases often begin for fictional cops. But the story of the so-called Night Stalker is horribly real; this drama stripped across the week follows Operation Minstead as it searches for … Read more

the ‘ultra’ drift of the mythical television Hercules

We met him in the mid-nineties, when he enlivened our snacks fighting mythological beings such as centaurs, hydras or cyclops. His Hercules, that of “the legendary voyages”, became a television icon that we forgot as soon as the twentieth century ended and we threw ourselves in the arms of other heroes, these coming from the … Read more

Twentieth Century Fox Television Wins Trademark Case, ‘Empire’ Does Not Infringe – IPWatchdog.com

On Thursday, November 16th, the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit entered a ruling in a trademark case appealed from the Central District of California involving the Twentieth Century Fox Television show Empire. The Ninth Circuit affirmed the lower court’s ruling that the television show’s title was speech protected under the First Amendment and … Read more

This week’s best home entertainment: from Pale Horse to Castle Rock | Television

An Agatha Christie chiller for your wintry Sunday nights, starring a panicked Rufus Sewell as Mark Easterbrook, who is grieving the sudden death of his first wife when his name is found on a list in a dead woman’s shoe. When others on the list also die, Easterbrook must clear his name, before he too … Read more

FESTIVALS: ICFF Manaki Brothers 2021 Starts Today

BITOLA: The 42nd edition of the International Cinematographers Film Festival Manaki Brothers kicks off in Bitola on 16 September 2021. Headed by new director Simeon Moni Damevski, the festival will be held in person, two days shorter than its usual course, following strict protocols for protection against COVID-19, including vaccination certificates and negative PCR tests. The shortened … Read more

Zachary Quinto returns to television as a villain

Cannes (EFE) .- Although it was the character of Spock from “Star Trek” that led him to fame, Zachary Quinto He was hardened on television with series like “CSI”, “Heroes” or “American Horror Story”. Now he returns to the screen with “Nos4a2”, in the skin of a villain who almost rejects for fear of getting … Read more