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Fox is hitting the books. Deadline reports the network is developing a new series called Visual Intelligence.The show is based on Amy Herman's book, which" uses works of art to help experts from many fields in the art of perception. In her book, she uses art to empower them to see more perceptively, analyze more intelligently and use seemingly hidden clues to better understand any situation."Read More… »
Fox has put in development Amy Herman’s Visual Intelligence, based on Herman’s book, from Memphis Beat creators Liz Garcia and Josh Harto, Blindspot executive producer Mark Pellington and 20th Century Fox TV. Garcia, Harto and Pellington will co-write and executive produce, and Pellington will direct. Herman also will executive produce. In the book, art historian Herman, who developed and conducts “The Art of Perception” seminars, uses works of art to help experts from… »
Tribeca Enterprises and Chanel have announced today the second annual Through Her Lens: The Tribeca Chanel Women’s Filmmaker Program, which brings together industry support, artistic development and funding to assist and help new and emerging U.S.-based female writers and directors of short-form narrative films.
The program has selected five emerging female filmmakers to receive project support, and take part in master classes, one-on-one mentorship and peer-to-peer sessions during a three-day session at the end of this month. At the end of the program, each of the filmmakers will pitch her project to a jury of industry experts, and one filmmaker will be awarded full financing to produce her short film. The four other projects will each be awarded grant funds to continue the development of their films.
“We share with Chanel the goal to bring »
- Kate Erbland
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