American Cinematographer is a monthly magazine published by the American Society of Cinematographers. It focuses on the art and craft of cinematography, covering domestic and foreign feature productions, television productions, short films, music videos and commercials. The emphasis is on interviews with cinematographers, but directors and other filmmakers are often featured as well. Articles include technical how-to pieces, discussions of tools and technologies that affect cinematography, and historical features.
In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.
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Boys' Life is the official youth magazine for the Boy Scouts of America. Published since 1911, it contains a proven mix of news, nature, sports, history, fiction, science, comics, and Scouting.
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Cinema Progress was an educational film magazine published by the American Institute of Cinematography.
In the mid 60’s [Don] Dohler came up with an idea for a magazine for filmmakers. It would feature illustrated step-by-step articles for amateur special effects filmmakers. Inspired by his underground comix friends Dohler set off to publish the magazine on his own. The magazine featured articles by industry professionals and went on for 11 issues before being purchased by Starlog in 1979. Cinemagic inspired several young filmmakers who later went on to have successful careers in Hollywood, including J.J. Abrams, Tom Sullivan, Ernie Farino and Al Magliochetti.
CinemaScore had been started by Lawson and Lance Hill around 1978. The first eight issues were in newsletter format. Number 8’s cover featured a letter from Lawson, apologizing and pronouncing the discontinuance of CinemaScore. Then issue nine showed up, in a digest format (the only one), under the helm of Randall Larson. The subsequent four issues took the form of a full-sized journal. CinemaScore proved an amazing and effervescent companion, with an obvious love and devotion to film music.
[Source: The CinemaScore & Soundtrack Archives
Collier's is an American magazine, founded in 1888 by Peter Fenelon Collier. It was initially launched as Collier's Once a Week, then changed in 1895 to Collier's Weekly: An Illustrated Journal, and finally shortened in 1942 to simply Collier's. [...] the original magazine ceased publication with the January 4, 1957 issue[...].
The "E" Ticket was a fanzine devoted to the history of Disneyland and its attractions, especially the park as it existed during the lifetime of Walt Disney, publishing forty six issues between 1986 and 2009. It was edited and published by Disneyland fans Leon Janzen and Jack Janzen until Leon's sudden death on September 9, 2003. The last issue published by the brothers was the Fall 2003 Issue, #40, on Adventure Thru Inner Space. Jack continued the magazine without his brother, beginning with #41 in October 2004. In the final issue, #46 (Summer 2009), Jack noted that making the magazine "hasn't been much fun without Leon", and he decided to end the magazine's run.
[Fortnight: The Newmagazine of California] lived from 1946 through 1957. Despite the froth that often filled its pages, Fortnight was the first newsmagazine of California. It was also the largest and most influential periodical started in the postwar renaissance of Pacific Coast publishing.
[Source: Southern California Quarterly]
The SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal is the key publication of the society, providing peer-reviewed articles on topics in 3D, imaging processing, display technologies, audio, compression, digital cinema, and much more.
LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.
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The Literary Digest was an influential general interest weekly magazine published by Funk & Wagnalls. Founded by Isaac Kaufmann Funk in 1890, it eventually merged with two similar weekly magazines, Public Opinion and Current Opinion.
Beginning with early issues, the emphasis was on opinion articles and an analysis of news events. Established as a weekly newsmagazine, it offered condensations of articles from American, Canadian and European publications. […]
Look was a bi-weekly, general-interest magazine published in Des Moines, Iowa, from 1937 to 1971, with more of an emphasis on photographs than articles. A large-size magazine of 11 by 14 inches, it was generally considered the also-ran to Life magazine, which began publication months earlier and ended in 1972.
It is known for helping launch the career of film director Stanley Kubrick, who was a staff photographer.
Los Angeles magazine is a regional magazine of national stature. Our combination of award-winning feature writing, investigative reporting, service journalism, and design covers the people, lifestyle, culture, entertainment, fashion, art and architecture, and news that define Southern California. Started in the spring of 1961, Los Angeles magazine has been addressing the needs and interests of our region for 48 years. The magazine continues to be the definitive resource for an affluent population that is intensely interested in a lifestyle that is uniquely Southern Californian.
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Mechanix Illustrated was an American magazine founded in the first half of the 20th century to compete against the older Popular Science and Popular Mechanics. Billed as "The How-To-Do Magazine," Mechanix Illustrated (MI) aimed to guide readers through various projects from home improvements and advice on repairs to "build-your-own (sports car, telescope, helicopter, etc)." From its debut in 1928, it went through a number of permutations over the years, being called at various points in its life, Modern Mechanics and Inventions, Modern Mechanix and Inventions, Modern Mechanix, Mechanix Illustrated and finally Home Mechanix.
Modern Screen was an American fan magazine that for over 50 years [1930-1985] featured articles, pictorials and interviews with movie stars (and later television and music personalities).
[…]Founded by the Dell Company of New York City it initially sold for 10 cents.[…]
National Geographic, formerly The National Geographic Magazine, is the official magazine of the National Geographic Society. It has been published continuously since its first issue in 1888, nine months after the Society itself was founded. It primarily contains articles about geography, history, and world culture. The magazine is known for its thick square-bound glossy format with a yellow rectangular border and its extensive use of dramatic photographs.
New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
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The New Yorker is an American magazine of reportage, commentary, criticism, essays, fiction, satire, cartoons, and poetry. It is published by Condé Nast. Started as a weekly in 1925, the magazine is now published 47 times annually, with five of these issues covering two-week spans.
Although its reviews and events listings often focus on the cultural life of New York City, The New Yorker has a wide audience outside of New York. It is well known for its illustrated and often topical covers, its commentaries on popular culture and eccentric Americana, its attention to modern fiction by the inclusion of short stories and literary reviews, its rigorous fact checking and copyediting, its journalism on politics and social issues, and its single-panel cartoons sprinkled throughout each issue.
Newsweek is an American weekly news magazine founded in 1933. […] It is the second-largest news weekly magazine in the U.S., having trailed Time in circulation and advertising revenue for most of its existence. It is published in four English language editions and 12 global editions written in the language of the circulation region. […]
OMNI was a science and science fiction magazine published in the US and the UK. It contained articles on science fact and short works of science fiction. The first issue was published in October 1978, the last in Winter 1995, with an internet version lasting until 1998.
OMNI was launched by Kathy Keeton, long-time companion and later wife of Penthouse magazine publisher Bob Guccione, who described the magazine in its first issue as "an original if not controversial mixture of science fact, fiction, fantasy and the paranormal". Before launch it was referred to as Nova, but the name was changed before the first issue to avoid a conflict with the PBS science show of the same name, NOVA.
Popular Mechanics is a classic magazine of popular technology. First published January 11, 1902, by H. H. Windsor, it has been owned since 1958 by the Hearst Corporation. There are nine international editions, including a now-defunct Latin American version that had been published for decades, and a newer South Africa edition. In 2013, the US edition changed from twelve to ten issues per year.
Popular Science is an American monthly magazine carrying popular science content, which refers to articles for the general reader on science and technology subjects. […] With roots beginning in 1872, PopSci has been translated into over 30 languages and is distributed to at least 45 countries.
Saturday Review, previously The Saturday Review of Literature, was an American weekly magazine established in 1924. […]
At its peak, Saturday Review was influential as the base of several widely read critics […], and was often known by its initials as SR. It was never hugely profitable and eventually succumbed to the decline of general-interest magazines after restructuring and trying to reinvent itself more than once during the 1970s and 1980s.
Cinema Quarterly was a monthly film magazine published out of Edinburgh, Scotland between 1932-1935. Featuring regular contributions from John Grierson, the magazine became a critical centre for the emerging British Documentary movement. The magazine was renamed World Film News and Television Progress in 1936. After changing its name for three issues to SEE: World Film News, the magazine ceased publication at the end of 1938.
American Cinematographer magazine interviews cinematographers, directors and other key collaborators involved in creative process of bringing film and television projects to the screen.
Disney, DreamWorks, Pixar, Don Bluth & everything in between! Each episode, the Rotoscopers—Morgan Stradling, Chelsea Robson & Mason Smith—discuss the news in the animation world, an animation principle & have a hilarious in-depth discussion about an animated film. Join in for all the news & laughs in the world of animation! For more news, reviews and interviews and to join the community, go to Rotoscopers.com!
The Animation Podcast is the place for discussion about the craft of animation. Shows will feature interviews with some of animation's greatest talent, focusing on their personal perspective of the artform. Created by a professional animator for people who love animation or are just plain curious.
Twin animators Tom and Tony Bancroft get together and talk about their Disney Animation past, the present animation business, and the future of animation. Interviews with talented artists, inspirational words, and wild speculation will help you grow as a person - or not.
Presented by TaughtByAPro.com - your destination for the art instruction you need. See http://taughtbyapro.com for online animation, character design, illustration, comic arts, cartoon creation and more.
Disney history and gossip with celebrated author, Jeff Kurtti, and Disney historian, Keith Gluck. Part of the MiceChat Podcast Network - http://MicePod.com.
Join Steve and Mark twice a month as they discuss all the news and rumours from Disneyland Paris, with lots of feedback from listeners and questions to answer.
The DIS Unplugged podcast is a weekly roundtable discussion that discuss all aspects of planning a Disney vacation. Our show is unbiased, and presents honest opinions of every aspect of a Disney experience - from dining and theme parks to attractions and hotels. Each week we discuss various topics related to Walt Disney World, Disney Cruise Line, and Disneyland California, including the top Disney news stories, dining and restaurant reviews, upcoming events, Disney vacation planning tips, listener questions, plus much more! Our team of Orlando experts includes Pete Werner, Julie Martin, Corey Martin, Kevin Klose, John Magi, Teresa Echols, Kathy Werling, Steve Porter, Ryno Clavin, Oliver Green and Craig Williams.
The Disney Avenue Podcast features interviews, insights and opinions with top Imagineers and other popular figures in the Disney stratosphere. We hope you enjoy your stroll down Disney Avenue; it's not Main Street, but it's close to it!
Michelle and Jayne are the Disney Dream Girls and they share their passion of all things Disney. With fun features, planning tips, park history, guests interviews and reviews - this show is your one stop place to fulfil all your Disney desires. If you want a show that enthuses about the fabulous food and amazing attractions of the US and European Disney theme parks, then this podcast is for you!
TheDisneyProject.com presents a podcast about all things Disney. From the parks, to runDisney events, Disney films/music, what's happening at the Walt Disney Family Museum, and more! Keith is your host, but expect regular contributors, as well as the occasional Disney celebrity!
The DoomBuggies Spook Show is a podcast dedicated to fans of Disney's Haunted Mansion attractions, Disney theme parks, Halloween, scary movies, and things that go bump in the night.
EarzUp! is a Disneyland podcast like no other - every two weeks, the hosts bring you the tips, tricks, and little-known facts that will make your next trip to Disneyland better than ever!
4 Guys Just Hanging in the Tiki Hut Talking Disney in Walt Disney World!
The Great Big Beautiful Podcast celebrates popular culture by talking to the people who create it. Hosted by Jamie Greene and Justin Connors.
Academy Award-winning filmmaker John Lasseter discusses the making of Cars 2. John has been the creative leader of Pixar since its inception and is chief creative officer for Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios. The release of Cars 2, Pixar’s 12th full-length animated feature, coincides with the 25th anniversary of the celebrated studio. Moderated by Chris Hewitt at the Apple Store, Regent Street, in London.
Legendary film critic Leonard Maltin and his daughter Jessie are the ultimate movie fans. They love talking about movies, especially with people who share their enthusiasm—from living legends like Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, and Quincy Jones to such contemporary artists as Amy Adams, Viggo Mortensen, Laura Dern, and Bryan Cranston. You’ll meet all kinds of interesting people and hear their recommendations of unsung movies you ought to know.
The Official Podcast for the Happiest Place in Cyberspace - MiceChat.com. A different look at Disney and the Theme Park Industry. Part of the MiceChat Podcast Network - http://MicePod.com.
An Unofficial Disney podcast that looks at everything Disney, hosted by Josh Taylor and Keith Lapinig. We host Armchair Imagineering, top 10 lists, worst 10 lists, deep conversations on subjects, and all of the latest Disney news from movies to television to theme parks.
Disney artists and Imagineers, animators and authors, even Disney Legends have visited with host Tim Callaway in The Mouse Castle Lounge. Join Tim as he delves into Disney movies, music, books, television, theme parks and history. From Mickey Mouse to Mulan, from Disneyland to Walt Disney World, from Pinocchio to Pixar, it's always good times and great conversations...and a few surprises. Welcome to the party. Come on in! www.TheMouseCastle.com
A Disney roundtable podcast to talk about the latest news and specialties within the Disney Community.
A podcast featuring Disney entertainment and business news, live audio from Walt Disney World and Disneyland, and From the Vault, presenting terrific archival audio from Disney films, television, radio broadcasts, and Disneyland Records.
Broadcasting from the MouseStation, high in orbit around MousePlanet, join our podcasting crew every other week for Disney news and information from MousePlanet. Our varied content includes short featurettes, full-length featured topics and more. You can provide feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or share your Magical Moment stories at email@example.com. If you'd prefer, you can also call in your comments or stories to our toll-free feedback line (1-866-939-2278). Hosted by MousePlanet editor and staff columnist Mark Goldhaber and former Disney cast member Mike Demopoulos, this biweekly show will help you to relive the Magic! Visit us on the web at www.mouseplanet.com/podcast!
Going behind the scenes of Pixar Animation Studios through audio documentaries and conversations. Produced by Derrick Clements.
The International Authority on Everything Theme Park Related. Join a Cast of Experts and Fans Every Week On an Informative Immersive Experience into the World of Rides, Attractions and Parks. We cover Disney, Universal, Merlin, Herschend, SeaWorld, Six Flags, Cedar Fair, and More!!! Part of the MiceChat Podcast Network - MicePod.com.
Star Wars, Disney and Marvel fans, this is your podcast! Husband & wife team Richard and Sarah (plus LOTS of interviews with amazing guests) cover Star Wars, Disney and pop culture fandom - the stuff that surrounds us, penetrates us and binds us all together as instantaneous friends! So grab a glass of blue milk and take the second star to the right straight on to this podcast. Become a Skywalker!
The goal for the SoundWorks Collection is simple; we are dedicated to profiling the greatest and upcoming sound minds from around the world and highlight their contributions. The SoundWorks Collection was created by Director Michael Coleman in November of 2009 in a partnership with MIX Magazine, several audio focused college schools and programs, and the support of the online sound community worldwide.
The SoundWorks Collection takes you behind the scenes and straight to the dub stage for a look into audio post-production for feature films, video game sound design, and original soundtrack composition. This exclusive and intimate video series focuses on individuals and teams behind-the-scenes bringing to life some of the worlds most exciting projects.
Former Disneyland cast members discussing Disneyland history, touring tips, stories, behind the scenes, interviews with Disney legends, authors, podcasters, and more. Plus the latest Disneyland Resort news. Plus now are the authors of the book Cleaning the Kingdom. Buy now at www.thesweepspot.com
On what would have been Walt Disney's 112th birthday, on December 5, 2013, The Walt Disney Family Museum is proud to launch its very own podcast! This monthly podcast will endeavor to further Walt’s story. From interviews with people who knew or admire him—such as Disney Legends, animators, Imagineers, and more—recaps and clips from special events at the Museum, information about upcoming programs, to tidbits about Walt himself, will comprise just some of the content for this show.
Join author, speaker and Disney expert Lou Mongello on this award-winning Disney podcast for Walt Disney World news, vacation planning, trivia, history, interviews with Disney Imagineers, special guests and more. Have fun with some trivia and explore the history of Walt Disney World. Get vacation planning tips and advice as well as attraction, dining & resort reviews. Enter our weekly Disney trivia contests and more! For more information, visit our web site at http://WDWRadio.com!
WDW Radio is the award-winning online radio show dedicated to celebrating the magic of Walt Disney World. Hosted by Disney expert, author, and speaker Lou Mongello, this family-friendly show has been named Best Travel Podcast for 9 consecutive years, and also features a blog, videos, live broadcasts, large community, and special events, and is also home to Lou Mongello's Walt Disney World Trivia Books, "102 Ways to Save Money For and At Walt Disney World," and Audio Guides to Walt Disney World. Learn more at http://WDWRadio.com
Nate discusses the history of Disney theme parks and the Walt Disney Co. In examining we look at influences that shaped the company including projects and eras. We look at attractions and themed lands including the architectural styles and inspiration behind many of the decisions that the walt Disney Co has made over the years.
An unofficial Disneyland & Walt Disney World Podcast. Disney Theme Park Magic brought to you in FULL STEREO SOUND!!
The Talks at Google program brings authors, innovators, scientists, actors, actresses, artists, filmmakers, musicians, and speakers of all kinds to Google for talks centering on their work.
THE TIARA TALK SHOW is a YouTube podcast that invites actors, composers and cast members- anyone who has ever worked for The Walt Disney Company or its subsidiaries- to talk about working in various Disney projects, such as films, television shows and theme park attractions.
A. Film L.A. is the Los Angeles associate of A. Film of Copenhagen, Denmark, Scandinavia's largest and Europe's most ambitious animation studio. Productions include 'Albert,' 'Miffy the Movie,' and 'The Flight Before Christmas,' 'Help! I'm a Fish,' 'Terkel in Trouble!,' 'Asterix and the Vikings' and 'Journey to Saturn.'
The thoughts and observations of the leaders of The Animation Guild (TAG), Local 839 IATSE. Jason MacLeod is the Business Representative, Laura Hohman is the President.
This weblog reflects their individual personal opinions and does not necessarily represent the official position of the Animation Guild.
JSTOR is an online research and teaching platform that helps people discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive. JSTOR provides a growing number of access options for individual researchers.
Michael Barrier […] is an American animation historian. Barrier was the founder and editor of Funnyworld, the first magazine exclusively devoted to comics and animation. […]
In 1973, Barrier signed a contract with Oxford University Press to write a history of Hollywood animation. The research and writing of that book extended over twenty-four years. With the aid of associate (and animator) Milt Gray, Barrier undertook extensive research and interviews of all the key figures who played a role in the creation of classic American theatrical animation […]. - Wikipedia
If you are a fan of Walt Disney and want information that you know you can trust, then I definitely recommend you […] visit Mike’s always fascinating Web site at MichaelBarrier.com, where he continues to unearth treasures of Disney history. […] - Mouseplanet.com
SILive.com is Staten Island's largest local website for news, sports, entertainment, jobs, autos, real estate and information. In addition to serving as the online home of the Staten Island Advance, SILive.com offers forums, blogs, and business listings on where to go and what to do on and around the Island.
Dedicated To Bringing You A Roster Of Composers Interviewed By Soundtrack & Cinemascore
[…] Theme Park Insider, a consumers' guide to the world's most popular theme and amusement parks, written by the consumers themselves. More than 300,000 people a month visit our website, and many contribute by submitting ratings, reviews, and comments about the parks they've visited. […] - themeparkinsider.com
Authoritative but accessible, the Walt's People series is the world's best-known, most widely used multi-volume resource about Disney history.
For Both Fans and Scholars
The interviews and articles in Walt's People represent a treasure trove of research for Disney scholars - but more important, they're entertaining, down-to-earth stories that will please any fan eager to learn more about Disney. You don't need a Ph.D. in Disney Studies to enjoy the recollections and anecdotes from such Disney luminaries as Marc Davis, John Hench, Ken Anderson, Bill Tytla, and over half a dozen others.
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