June 9, 2013 § 3 Comments
Latest from cyberia media.
“twenty-two date palm way”
directed by tamar levine (tamarlevine.com)
produced by cyberia media (cyberiamedia.com)
young woman: franki falkow
man: steven bruns
little girl: hazel downer
old woman: juliette wheal
production company: cyberia media
director: tamar levine
producer/editor: richard levine
writer: jackie austin
dp: brian o’connell
composer: bruce chianese
second camera: huy doan
wardrobe/props: tashina hunter
makeup: hinako murashige
hair: erin patterson
grip: samantha zachrich
pa: estelle srivijittakar
pa: jeremy levine
clothing provided by: simply vintageous
special thanks to beth lamure
and milton santiago
March 27, 2013 § 3 Comments
Here’s one of the seven films I helped put together for the 2013 RSA Security Conference–the opening keynote video.
It’s a fast paced exploration of digital media: from its roots in the Gutenberg Bible to the challenges of contemporary information management and the cloud. It was a challenge to write all this in a three minute piece!
The RSA Conference, held annually at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, brings together over 25 thousand people engaged in security in the digital age. The keynote speakers are always people like Bill Clinton and Colin Powell. This year Condoleeza Rice gave quite an amazing presentation.
March 19, 2012 § 3 Comments
Richard just posted an online version of The Great Cipher, the opening film I wrote for this year’s RSA Conference. The original appeared on a 140 foot triple screen–it’s a lot more beautiful than this internet version.
- Tony Blair closes RSA 2012, denounces WikiLeaks (go.theregister.com)
- Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair to Keynote at RSA Conference 2012 (365.rsaconference.com)
- Check Out the RSA Conference 2012 Keynote Line-Up! (365.rsaconference.com)
December 4, 2011 § 10 Comments
A film I co-wrote will be premiering in Beijing on December 9th.
Advance PR from China:
‘Great Wall My Love’
The trailer has been released for ‘Great Wall, My Love’, a new romantic drama directed by Emily Liu (‘Woman Soup’). The film centres around a manga artist (Cherrie Ying) who teams up with a private investigator (Dawei Tong) to learn about her father’s upbringing near the Great Wall of China.
‘Great Wall, My Love’ is due for release across China on the 9th of December, 2011.