studio system


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studio system

The application of assembly-line manufacturing and cost control principles to film production. It emphasizes planning and management over creative process.
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The first office-friendly metal 3D printing system for rapid prototyping, the Desktop Metal Studio System is 10 times less expensive than existing technology today.
Although the current Hollywood industry is less centralized than the earliest studio system, she says, racial barriers continue to persist, even if they have diminished somewhat over the years.
There are two popular narratives about the much-abused Hollywood studio system.
Baseline has also developed a subscription-based content delivery platform, The Studio System, used by Hollywood studios, production companies and talent agencies as a source of business intelligence.
He also said that he tries to do everything possible to make as many movies that he feels aren't getting made, or try and develop roles that are a little outside the studio system.
It creates the illusion of sophisticated camera moves within a virtual set without use of a tracking system, chroma keyer or other accessories -- this allows Neon to be a fully portable virtual studio system.
The ground rules were set with Spielberg saying that DreamWorks broke the studio system in Hollywood to become the new studio system.
Asserting that a history of the entire studio system would be unwieldy, Schatz focuses his book upon four representative examples: Warner Brothers, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), Universal, and independent producer David O.
In this lively account of the Hollywood studio system, Schatz (Radio-TV-Film, University of Texas, Austin) shows how artistry and business combined to produce one of cinema's golden ages.
The concept of celebrity has greatly evolved since the golden age of the Hollywood studio system.
Middle East systems integrator Tek Signals has built a mobile production studio system for Qatar-based broadcaster Al-Kass & Al-Dawri Sports Channel using the Thomson Grass Valley Indigo AV Mixer and TurboIntelligent Digital Disk recorder (iDDR) from Thomson (Euronext Paris: 18453) (NYSE: TMS), a provider of services, systems and technology.
The version includes the new i-Publish suite of products EasyBuild, AdPortal and Studio System, with support for Adobe Creative Suite 3 and a new user interface.