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Lrm had the opportunity this past weekend to sit in on a Walking Dead Zombie Panel at Charlotte Comicon. We got to listen Amber Dawn Fox, Joey Rodriguez, Matt Bolick, Jeremy Ambler, Mike Mundy, Addy Miller, Chris Harrelson, Veronica Wagner, Kent Wagner, and Melissa Cowan discuss their individual experiences on being on the show. They discussed with the crowd what it was like to be on set throughout the different seasons along with the amount of make-up it would take to put on. We also got to hear how all of them would be clueless on what would happen in the scene until shooting. Check out the photos below from the panel discussion.
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Prosecutors dropped all charges against the three remaining police officers still facing punishment for the death of Freddie Gray, Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said Wednesday. “We do not believe that Freddie Gray killed himself. We stand by the medical examiner’s determination that Freddie Gray’s death was a homicide,” the Baltimore Sun reported Mosby said during a press conference after a hearing intended to commence the trial of officer Garrett Miller. “However, after much thought and prayer, it has become clear to me that — without being able to work with an independent investigatory agency from the very start, »
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Seven titles have been selected by the Nordisk Film & TV fund for the second round of its Nordic Genre Boost initiative.
Three sci-fi films, City State director Olaf de Fleur’s new project East By Eleven, Returning Home director Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken’s Substitute and To Guard A Mountain director Izer Aliu’s Deep Down, have been picked.
Also on the list are Thordur Palsson’s debut feature psychological horror The Damned, Saara Saarela’s dystopian drama Memory Of Water, Hanna Bergholm’s horror-drama Birds Of A Feather and Tor Fruergaard’s animation Bente And The Mutant Scouts.
A total of 83 titles applied for the second round of the initiative, with the selected projects receiving a grant of $23.3k (Nok 200,000) for development support, access to two residential workshops with script tutoring, and assistance »
Sales outfit has been at Efm with Submergence.
Pirkis, who joined the London-based sales firm in 2013, now heads up and manages Embankment’s acquisitions slate while also co-ordinating international delivery and distribution of current Embankment titles.
Greg Martin, who previously worked for Working Title, reports to Pirkis as acquisitions and distribution executive. Pirkis replaces Sara May, who moves on from her consultancy role with Embankment and will shortly be announcing her own new venture.
Embankment co-founder Tim Haslam said: “In Max, we have nabbed and nurtured one of the brightest – and we are convinced that he is an industry star of the future. His expanded role and responsibility is an exciting opportunity for the company and our team.
“[Embankment co-founder Hugo Grumbar] and I vividly recall first meeting him and thinking we’ve seen that guy before somewhere. Turns out he was amongst the lead actors »
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4 items from 2016
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