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Archives for November 2014

Audience Entertainment’s Interactive 360 Degree Demo

New York based company Audience Entertainment has been engaging theater and concert audiences with interactive games and other content for a few years now. Anthony gets a demo of their recent move into 360 degree video and immersive video game environments with their Co-Founder and CEO. Read Related Post Article source:

Audience Entertainment Shows Off New Ways To Play Games With Everyone At …

Startup Audience Entertainment aims to get movie watchers twisting and turning as they play games together in the theater. I wrote about the company a few of months ago, when it was about to release a software development kit for outside developers to create content on the platform. The demos I saw then were pretty […]

Lars von Trier Worries He Can’t Make Movies Now That He’s Sober

Director Lars Von Trier attends the “Melancholia” photocall at the Palais des Festivals during the 64th Cannes Film Festival on May 18, 2011 in Cannes, France. Vittorio Zunino Celotto—Getty Images The 58-year-old director said in a rare interview that most of his work was created under the influence Danish director Lars von Trier touched on […]

Netflix will add new movies and TV shows Dec. 1.

Mary Cybulski/AP Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jordan Belfort in “The Wolf of Wall Street.” It will be available on Netflix on Dec. 11. The film was nominated for a Golden Globe for best motion picture, musical or comedy. Just in time for the holidays Netflix will add new movies and TV shows to its online catalogue. […]

Why I’m Boycotting Movies About Men

I’m a huge fan of the blog Reel Girl, whose tagline “Imagining gender equality in the fantasy world” says it all. It was on Reel Girl’s Facebook wall that the exchange below took place. The thread was about this article in Forbes titled “‘Night At The Museum 3’ Posters Reveal Seven Men, One Woman.” I’ve […]

Sony’s New Movies Leak Online Following Hack Attack

At least five new movies from Sony Pictures are being devoured on copyright-infringing file-sharing hubs online in the wake of the hack attack that hobbled the studio earlier in the week. Copies of DVD screeners of four unreleased Sony movies including the upcoming “Annie” are getting some unwelcome early exposure, but nothing compared to the […]

Amazon’s Prime Music Releases It’s First Original Content: A Christmas …

Amazon’s Prime program has moved into the creation of original content recently, and it seems that the music portion of Prime is looking to get into the game as well. Just a few days ago, Amazon released All Is Bright a compilation of holiday-themed songs for free to all members, their first such move on the […]

Standing At The Intersection Of Music And Tech: Announcing A New Series

The music business is changing. The music business is dying. The music business is growing. The music business is shrinking. The music business welcomes innovation. There is no music business anymore—there is only tech. Chances are, if you’ve read the entertainment articles found on (or if you’ve keep abreast of such matters in other […]

A Half Century Of Music Direction

In this season of Thanksgiving, the oldest Congregational church in this historic town is grateful for something few churches ever see: an organist and choir director still raising a “joyful noise” in his 50th year at the job. Minister of music Edward Clark arrived at the white-steepled First Church of Christ on Main Street in […]

New holiday music: Rucker, Menzel, Pentatonix and more

Darius Rucker is among artists with new Christmas albums this year. His is titled “Home for the Holidays.”(Photo: Robert Deutsch, USA TODAY) Christmas time is coming, and that means a new group of singers and musicians have recorded music they hope will place them alongside Bing Crosby, Mannheim Steamroller and the Harry Simeone Chorale (The […]