Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Welcoming Italy-based judges

Veteran producers Corinne Burns Bruno and Riccardo Neri have joined the FilmFest judging panel. 
Bruno has been an American in Italy for 45 years and in the production film business for more than 35 years. After several years as managing director of Film Master Service, in 2004, she launched Corinne Burns Bruno Service. Her company has produced in Australia, South Africa, England, France, Spain, Lebanon and her native USA.
Corinne Burns Bruno

Riccardo Neri

Neri started Lupin Film, an independent production company headquartered in Rome, in 2005 after 26 years in the Italian and international audiovisual industry. In 1996, he worked on “Portrait of a Lady” directed by Jane Campion and has worked for Martin Scorsese in two movies: “Kundun” and “Gangs of New York.” He also worked on “The Legend of the Pianist on the Ocean” by Giuseppe Tornatore, “Harem Soiree” by Ferzan Ozpetek, “The Bourne Supremacy”  by Paul Greengrass, and “Under the Tuscan Sun” by Audrey Wells.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

What is this guy looking for?

He's seeking a winning film, of course. 

Michaud: Didn't he have a mustache last year?

Meet Justin Michaud of Telecine Multimedia, Montreal, Quebec, who has agreed to be on the judging panel for the 2016 US International Film & Video Festival now in progress.

Michaud, who attended Concordia University, is the Digital Signage Support Specialist at Telecine, a company founded in 1996 and specializing in all aspects of digital signage. 

Telecine's works have included Bloomberg’s OnSite Pro and The HUB at London City Airport. 

See some of Telecine’s creativity at http://www.telecine.ca/