What would be the next big thing in this multiplatform entertainment landscape? How will it be created? These are part of the key questions to be discussed during the fourth annual Innovation for Media Content Creation seminar (InnovationMCC) held in partnership with University of Miami School of Communication on April 19.
Comic Cure brings the Coral Cables Comedy festival to the University of Miami campus March 31. More than 20 local comedians take the stage at Cosford Cinema to compete for the title of “fan favorite.” A portion of the proceeds benefits the Public Relations Experience Program (PREP) in the School of Communication.
Father-daughter duo, David Isaacs and Andie Isaacs paired up to create and produce the pilot of an original sitcom Life On Mars that will now premiere at their alma mater, the University of Miami.
David Isaacs is a University of Miami School of Communication alumnus that has more than 40 years of experience in production and writing: titles include, M*A*S*H, Cheers, Wings, Frasier, Becker, and Mad Men.
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What do the movies “Frozen,” “Space Jam” and nearly every other film shown at the Cosford Cinema since 1982 have in common? Michael Blaine, the Cosford’s projectionist, has been responsible for displaying every single one on the big screen.
“If there was any film – any film – in this theater during that time, I was the one who projected it,” he said. “I was the only projectionist. There hasn’t been anyone else.”
Internationally renowned actress-writer-director Liv Ullmann discussed her life and career on November 23, in conjunction with a screening of the film AUTUMN SONATA. The Norwegian-born star, who has appeared in over fifty films and helmed five features, offered insight into her decades-long collaboration with the Swedish auteur Ingmar Bergman as well as her experiences working with co-star Ingrid Bergman in the 1978 mother-daughter drama.