5 items from 2016
Adapted from the Norwegian drama Øyevitne, the series explores a grisly crime from the perspective of those who saw it happen. Christie will co-star as Ryan Kane, who, after committing a series of passion-fueled murders, will do anything possible to escape detection. As he hunts for the two eyewitnesses and attempts to mislead Sheriff Helen Torrance, a sinister game of cat-and-mouse ensues.
Christie — whose TV credits also include Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, »
Variety have confirmed that Christie will join returning star Elisabeth Moss – who played police detective Robin Griffin in season one – and that Academy Award winning writer/director Jane Campion (The Piano) will be co-writing and directing again.
“I am so delighted to be working on Top of the Lake 2…Jane Campion has been a major creative influence throughout my life”, Christie continued “I could not feel more privileged to be working on the next installment of her unique and enthralling drama, alongside the brilliant Elisabeth Moss.”
No word yet on who Gwendoline Christie will be playing but season two is set to see Moss’s character investigate a mysterious murder four years after »
- Gavin Logan
As technology evolves, so does art. Movies went through revolutionary changes when sound was added, and again when color became the norm. For director Ang Lee, simply making one major change for his next movie isn.t enough. Lee.s next film Billy Lynn.s Halftime Walk will be shown next month for the first time in its intended way. This means that it will be seen in 3D, with a 4K Hdr resolution, and at 120 frames per second. While 3D in cinemas has become a fairly standard occurrence, your traditional movie theater projector creates the three-dimensional image by producing each of the two necessary images in an alternating fashion. At the Future of Cinema Conference in Las Vegas, where Billy Lynn.s Halftime Walk will be shown, video manufacturer Christie will be providing a dual laser projector which will allow for a significantly brighter image than a standard projector. »
Showtime Networks veteran executive Tom Christie has been promoted to chief operating officer. He will continue to lead the company’s distribution, sales, affiliate marketing, network operations and new business development teams, as well as the streaming service product group. Now, Christie will have more oversight of the planning and execution of future strategies and new business ventures. “Tom is an executive of the highest caliber and is one of our key strategic leaders,” said President and CEO David Nevins, to whom Christie reports. “He is central to driving our long term growth as we continue to expand onto new platforms, »
- Tony Maglio
Longtime Showtime Networks executive Tom Christie has been elevated to Chief Operating Officer. The 25-year company veteran will continue to lead Showtime Networks' distribution, sales, affiliate marketing, network operations and new business development teams, and the Showtime streaming service product group. Christie will continue to have oversight of the planning and execution of future strategies and new business ventures. The announcement was made today by David… »
5 items from 2016
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