Thursday, June 21, 2007

Future Technology in Filmmaking and Film Exhibition

When we talk of future technology in filmmaking and film exhibition, a lot of things come up in our imagination. Things like HD, 3D projection systems, spectacular special effects, multi-channel sound systems and so on...

There are quite a few companies involved in the the business of film exhibition technology - after all, it is a lucrative business. But there are few who deliver quality; and Edwards Technologies Inc is one of them. They provide services in Corporate, Entertainment and the Hospitality technology sector.

ETI's services in the entertainment technology include:

- Specialty Theaters

- 3D-Theater Special Effects

- Sound Systems

- Show Control Systems

- Audio Effects

- Multiscreen Shows

- Video Monitors

- Video Programming Servers

- Multimedia Control Centers

- 3D Theatre Projection Systems

- Surveillance Systems

ETI's achievements in 3D digital theater technology and audio video systems are especially commendable. Theme parks, entertainment centers, casinos, sports facilities, performing arts centers, special events are other avenues where ETI delves in into the entertainment services sector.


Harold said...

Independent Filmmaking of the Future is here!

hbp Productions is in production on the feature drama Agape

Harold B. Pritchett

If you Google Harold B. Pritchett you may find a few sites telling you a little about this man’s dream to create a film titled “Agape”. But if you “Google “hbpy2k” you’ll see the future of filmmaking.
The film “Agape”, shot in digital video, endeavors to set in motion the limits of low-budget independent filmmaking. “The future is here!” explains Pritchett. “This is now the time for making films that can be seen by millions of internet users. Once the promotional scenes have been viewed by internet users, the way has been paved to have your project sold to an established fan base.” Pritchett says.

Using the latest camera and editing system, Pritchett uploaded ten scenes onto YouTube, for the Hollywood folks to see. What happened next is the stuff Hollywood stories are made of, the scenes quickly spread across the internet with more than 12,000 links to websites giving Agape a presence in over 34 countries. Internet users have emailed scenes to each other, copied the URL, and embed codes to post scenes on websites all over the world. Agape scenes can be viewed on websites in 12 different languages. With this reaction to his work, Pritchett rejected help from Hollywood backers and plans to complete the film on his own.

This action packed drama, which began principle photography in August, (hbp press release ) has been talked about by production people in Hollywood, where Pritchett is from. Many Hollywood folks wanted to see scenes from the daily shooting to distinguish the production as a viable project they were willing to back or just another small indie film. They were shocked at the production quality, editing, lighting, camera angles, and story.
Hbp Productions is a complete new media service in Wilmington, Delaware. Pritchett is currently in the principle photography stage of the project and plans a full-length, dramatic film. AGAPE is being filmed entirely on location in the Wilmington, Delaware area. The film’s cast, led by Neil Carr, is composed of local talent (all first time) non-professional actors.
Carr, the only cast member with acting experience on stage and screen, leads the fight against Salencio, the drug king pin played by Mark Noel.

Written, produced and directed by Harold B. Pritchett, AGAPE is a story that reflects the life and times that we live in today. The character Eric tries to keep the drug dealers away from his block as his sister lives on the street searching for her next hit of crack. Salencio played by Mark Noel, wants to take over the city’s drug business.
So far I find the people of Wilmington love to see their city on the screen, and many can identify with the problems they are faced with each day in the streets. Wilmington has opened its heart and doors to us in order to help us finish this project. “It was said by one of the ladies helping us, that this story must be told,”
Pritchett says. “The desktop technology that’s available today is remarkable,” “I’m able to produce special effects in my personal studio today, that just a few years ago could only have been created by major Hollywood companies at the cost of many millions of dollars”. He added, “The shoot-out in the Brandywine Woods, and the explosions under the freeway earned everyone’s attention and garnished strong feelings for that scene, even though, I’m not finished”.
For more on Harold B. Pritchett go to:

tarjeta prepago said...

A lot of the planning and process is involved in developing a robust online marketing strategy that some might think as more of an industrial process.