As we head into the end of 2020, we are reflecting on how the past year has completely uprooted and changed the film industry. We have seen major corporations adjust their business strategies and C-suites, cinemas close, thousands of people furloughed, and beloved TV shows canceled. However, we have also seen new and innovative ways
In 2020, it is easy to feel overwhelmed with the vast amount of information at our fingertips. We are constantly bombarded with news updates, Instagram announcements, and email notifications and it is easy to fall short of completing our to-do list. Even as we decide on the topic of our blog post, it is challenging to settle on the optimal idea due to the frequent amount of updates happening in our industry. Likewise, the US is experiencing sensory overload with election coverage and the steady 24/7 updates as we approach election day. Everything is overstimulating.
The pandemic has altered our lives for the foreseeable future. We have all adapted and in the process have created a new normal. Before leaving our houses, we now check to ensure that we have a mask and hand sanitizer. We hesitate before going to places that lack outdoor seating or that don’t limit capacity. Many businesses have attempted to return to post-pandemic operations, and sadly a lot of them have failed. Heartbreakingly, many movie theaters fall into that category.
Red Carpets Will Never Be the Same The collective sentiment toward resuming physical production work during the Coronavirus pandemic has shifted from “waiting it out” to “we must find a way to resume.” The month of October is upon us and it brings one of our favorite holidays, and also the reminder that we are
What Happened at the Emmys It is hard to believe we are heading into the last few months of 2020, a year that has felt almost unbearable due to huge upheavals of everyone’s lives. While changes brought on by COVID-19 have been uncomfortable and often painful, the virus has brought to light lots of societal