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Date: 2011-05-06
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Recovering Data on Your Mac
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Film festivals are an ubiquitous part of life in LA, not just for filmmakers (for whom they usually form an important part of their marketing strategy) but for just about everyone in this town. The mind-boggling array of choices (some place the number of festivals in the LA area at over 1,000 annually) means filmmakers can sometimes skew their work to fit requirements of numerous festivals.
Drupal 6: Online Presentation of Data: Part 5 of 10
Exploring CCK's other features
Drupal's built-in data presentation tools offer several ways for web designers to clearly and attractively package their data. In Drupal 6: Online Presentation of Data, Tom Geller explains how Drupal handles data so users can set up intelligent structures and implement them with Drupals' Content Construction Kit.
Content Insider # 177 - NAB - Personal Entertainment
Tellywood Works to Reach You Any, Every Way They Can
NAB is still sorta about TV and movies...but with a difference. They're trying to figure out how to hook you up with their content, stuff, rather than letting the other guy suck you in. So they're playing all the angles smartphone, tablet, notebook. Heck even the TV and theater. Seems as though you've given up work, exercise, just about everything to watch content anytime, anywhere, anyhow.They haven't figured out exactly how to make money on it all yet but they do like what Netflix has done over the past year.
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Sky 1 and Sky 1HD recently aired four-part drama Mad Dogs with an all-star British male cast including Max Beesley, Philip Glenister, John Simm, Marc Warren and Ben Chaplin. Shot on 35mm on location in Majorca last summer, the 4x60 minute series was written by Cris Cole and produced by BAFTA-winning Left Bank Pictures.

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