Tag Archives: Premiere
Announcing A Courage Give-Away
As though a night at a Courage premiere wasn’t enough, we’re giving away a director’s chair with the series logo and the autographs of the Courage cast. It’s not only a great collector’s item, it’s a great set piece for your home office, or living room, because what are you saying?
You’re saying “Dude! I starred in episode 4.” (Which is true, in a way, because going to the premiere helps us bring you more premieres.)
The winner of the autographed director’s chair will be announced, via raffle, at the premiere after-party, so to be eligible, make sure you have your name on the reservation list for the screening and the after-party. Continue Reading »
Color Adjusting and the Period Film Experience
Keep in mind, I know just enough about this topic to be dangerous, and if you have ever argued, as a family, about the proper color adjustment of the television set, you have an idea how volatile this issue can be, but the bottom line is that almost everything you see on television and in theaters these days has been “color adjusted,” “colorized,” “color balanced,” or “color massaged” in some way.
One way of understanding this reality is to consider the last time you saw one of those “on the set” interviews. Continue Reading »
Update: a presidential news conference bumped us on Fox News this morning, so we’ll be on same time, same channel tomorrow.
If you’ve known this particular Colony Bay correspondent for any length of time, you know I can be a tad cynical about the little rituals of Hollywood, but we had a fantastic time the other night with two packed houses at the Krikorian theater in Monrovia and the Opera Cafe two doors down.
What pleased me most is that of the two theaters watching the show, there was one skewed towards those who had nothing to do with the production. Continue Reading »