The Superfest Disability Film Festival showcased 15 jury-selected films. The festival took place amid immense turmoil in the entertainment industry with two expansive strikes halting production for much of 2023, threatening a disproportionate impact on disabled creatives.
REDWOOD CITY, California — Rows of cars honked their praise for a trapeze artist and a “human cannonball” at the Zoppé Italian Family Circus’ drive-in show. The circus has performed in Redwood City annually for the past thirteen years but shifted to a new format this time around to adapt to coronavirus public health guidelines.
Almost 90 years after the first film with full sound was released, music composer and performer Bruno Ruviaro is advancing a different idea: movies without video.
Growing competition with television streaming services is pushing TiVo to make big moves.
Shares of the software and technology creator for television set-top boxes rose over 5 percent to $11.85 in after-hours trading March 3, after announcing fourth quarter earnings beat analyst expectations.
At this year’s Sundance Festival, virtual reality was the hot, new storyform for filmmakers to discuss.
In what’s been dubbed the “second screen” phenomenon, contemporary baseball fans appear to be glued to their mobile devices while watching games.