GreenSlate announced Monday that users have all-digital employee start-work capabilities, digital/mobile timecards, online purchase order management, and prepaid cards to replace petty cash.
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“GreenSlate is excited to be a leader in bringing much needed change to the industry, creating business software that drives efficiencies and simplifies work for productions,” said CEO John Finn. “Our technology syncs and unifies payroll processing, accounting, and workflow solutions, eliminating financial drag and operations bottlenecks. We’ve achieved the right combination of user friendly technology, business friendly service, and eco-friendly document management.”
GreenSlate said its upgraded product includes intuitive production accounting software and tax credit management. It’s also touting the product at sustainability-focused with an Eco Tracker that monitors business operations’ environmental
Brad Pitt has officially signed on for Ad Astra, a spacefaring film from the director of The Lost City Of Z. Now we have a release date...
Brad Pitt's new sci-fi movie, Ad Astra, has now begun filming and is definitely, definitely happening. What's more, we have a release date for the film, too.
20th Century Fox - that's backing the movie - has confirmed that it plans to release it on January 11th 2019. The film has also been confirmed to co-star Ruth Negga, Donald Sutherland, Jamie Kennedy and John Finn.
More on it as we hear it.
From April 2017
If all had originally gone to plan, Brad Pitt would be in post-production now on World War Z 2, ahead of its release this summer. But Paramount has delayed the film, and it’s unlikely it’ll be in a position to shoot this year. As such,
That’s according to The Hollywood Reporter, revealing that the trio of actors will now star opposite William Fichtner in the Mark Steven Johnson-directed pic. Johnson – best known for helming Ghost Rider, Daredevil and Elektra – will take point on a screenplay penned by Keith Sharon and Ken Hixon when production kicks off in Atlanta next month, when John Finn, Rhys Coiro and Louis Lombardi will round out the core ensemble cast.
A heist film in both name and nature, Finding Steve McQueen is said to be based on the “true story of the 1972 bank heist by a gang of close-knit thieves from Youngstown, Ohio, trying to steal $30 million in illegal contributions and blackmail money from President Richard Nixon’s secret fund.” Those are about the only plot details currently available for now,
Mark Steven Johnson will direct Finding Steve McQueen, which Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi’s Ambi Group is financing and producing alongside Paradox Studios and Identity Films.
Principal photography is scheduled to begin in September in Atlanta, Georgia, on the true story of the biggest bank heist in Us history.
The action centres on a crew from Youngstown, Ohio, that in 1972 attempted to steal $30m in illegal contributions and blackmail money from President Richard Nixon’s secret fund.
Keith Sharon and Ken Hixon wrote the screenplay. John Finn, Rhys Coiro and Louis Lombardi are also in the cast.
Anthony Mastromauro of Identity Films produces with Silvio Muraglia of Paradox Studios, Iervolino and Bacardi, and Alexandra Klim. Mikael Wiren will serve as executive producer.
“Aligning a cast
John Finn, Rhys Coiro and Louis Lombardi have come aboard in supporting roles. Shooting will start next month in Atlanta.
“Finding Steve McQueen” is based on the true story of the 1972 bank heist by a gang of close-knit thieves from Youngstown, Ohio, trying to steal $30 million in illegal contributions and blackmail money from President Richard Nixon’s secret fund. Keith Sharon and Ken Hixon wrote the screenplay.
The film is being produced by Anthony Mastromauro of Identity Films, Silvio Muraglia of Paradox Studios, Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi of Ambi Group and Alexandra Klim. Mikael Wiren will executive produce.
Ambi Distribution, the worldwide sales arm of the Ambi Group, is handling global sales and will be introducing the project to buyers during the Toronto Film Festival. Principal
Paris-based Lagardère Entertainment has snapped up distribution rights to Irish crime thriller An Bronntanas (The Gift) and will be selling the five-part miniseries at Miptv in Cannes next week.
The film version of An Bronntanas was Ireland’s submission to the Best Foreign-Language category of the Oscars and won the jury’s special award at last month’s Boston Irish Film Festival.
When the series was broadcast on Ireland’s TG4 at the end of last year it scored a six-fold audience increase among 15-34s
Directed by Tom Collins, and produced by Ciarán Ó Cofaigh of Rosg and Tom Collins, An Bronntanas stars Dara Devaney, John Finn, Owen McDonnell, Michelle Beamish, Pól Ó Gríofa, Charlotte Bradley and Januscz Sheagall. The script was written by Joe O’Byrne, Paul Walker, Eoin McNamee and Tom Collins.
The film was primarily shot in Irish in Connemara, County Galway
The Irish Film & Television Academy (Ifta) has submitted An Bronntanas as Ireland’s submission for the Foreign Language category at the 87th Academy Awards.
Directed by Tom Collins, and produced by Ciarán Ó Cofaigh of Rosg and Tom Collins, An Bronntanas stars Dara Devaney, John Finn , Owen McDonnell, Michelle Beamish, Pól Ó Gríofa, Charlotte Bradley and Januscz Sheagall. The script was written by Joe O’Byrne, Paul Walker, Eoin McNamee and Tom Collins.
The film was primarily shot in Irish in Connemara, County Galway by cinematographer Cian de Buitléar. The film premiered as the closing film of the Galway Film Fleadh earlier this year.
An Bronntanas (The Gift) is a contemporary thriller set against the backdrop of a local independent lifeboat crew working off the coast of Connemara, on the west of Ireland. The rescue
Begin Again will open the 2014 Galway Film Fleadh.
John Carney’s musical rom-com stars Keira Knightley, Mark Ruffalo and Hailee Steinfield, and features music from Glen Hansard.
It premiered at last year’s Toronto under its original title of Can A Song Save Your Life?.
This year’s festival will close with the world premiere of Tom Collins’ An Bronntanas (The Gift).
The contemporary thriller stars John Finn, Owen McDonnell and Michelle Beamish, and centres on an independent lifeboat crew who discover a fishing boat with unexpected cargo.
For more information on this year’s festival, visit its official website.
Believe, Season 1, Episode 6: “Sinking”
Written by Seamus Kevin Fahey
Directed by Roxann Dawson
Airs Sundays at 9pm (Et) on NBC
Since Winter, Channing, and the group broke Tate out of Death Row, the latter has expressed a strong desire to confront the people who put him in jail in the first place. Tate’s earlier efforts to escape have been hampered by the FBI-led manhunt as well as Winter insisting that his first priority is to look after Bo, an assignment Tate has shown some interest in carrying out. However, Bo’s disengagement of Tate’s ankle bracelet at the end of last week’s episode gave him his first real opportunity to follow his own agenda. This week’s episode puts the focus on Tate’s history, in an exciting episode that alters character dynamics permanently.
The look at Tate
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Leigh (Kristen Bell) is almost 30, and living a seemingly perfect life in New York. But when her career and love life both come crashing down, she flees to her suburban hometown and regresses right back into teenage life and behavior. She moves into her old room with her parents, hangs around with friends who never left town,
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Leigh, almost 30, is living a seemingly perfect life in New York. But when her career and love life both come crashing down, she flees to her suburban hometown and regresses right back into high school life. Picking up right where her teen halcyon days left off, she moves into her old room with her parents,
Written and Directed: Liz W. Garcia
Cast: Kristen Bell, John Finn and Lisa Ann Goldsmith
Official Synopsis: A former valedictorian quits her reporter job in New York and returns to the place she last felt happy: her childhood home in Connecticut. She gets work as a lifeguard and starts a dangerous relationship with a troubled teenager.
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