Posts Tagged ‘Pixar’

Disney had a banner morning at WonderCon today as 3500 packed the Moscone Esplanade to see clips from the upcoming fantasy epics Price of Persia, Sorcerer’s Apprentice and Toy Story 3.  Comic-Con franchise proving once again to be the best launch pad for action adventure blockbuster films. During the press events, I had a chance to […]


WonderCon is here!  WonderCon is here! and with it all the sci-fi superhero, action adventure, fantasy comic animation, games and film fun one could wish for.  From Friday, April 2 through Sunday, April 4, San Francisco is overrun with Hollywood blockbuster sneak peeks, cast and crew meet and greets, photo ops with iconic characters, fan […]


In anticipation of the 11/10 DVD release of Up, giddy fans gathered Monday evening at the Cubberley Theater in Silicon Valley to enjoy a special Commonwealth Club presentation by Scott Clark, Lead Animator at Pixar Animation Studios. His reel included a behind the scenes look at life at Pixar, the late nights, the swanky lounges. […]


Content NOW is honored to have been chosen to cover the first Producers Guild of America Produced By Conference taking place this weekend at Sony Studios. At this sold out event, Hollywood heavyweights James Cameron, Norman Lear, Clint Eastwood mentor up-and-coming producers, HBO, USA, AMC discuss scripted cable, Desperate Housewives, Lost showrunners explore elements of episodic […]


NAB was good to the last drop!   Every moment so action packed I wound up tweeting live via my iPhone the entire conference in an attempt to capture it in the moment, the vibe, the scene, the big ideas vetted by industry’s top executives.  Of the 83,000 B2B attendees on the Expo floor, only about […]


For the price of a movie ticket ($8-15), WonderCon is definitely worth checking out this weekend. Part film fanfest with cast/crew screenings, part kitsch-o-rama with toy novelties, comics and tees, action-packed with aliens, creatures and celebrity mentoring everywhere.   Best of Show Guide/Sa 2.28   – 10-7 Booth 644, Steve Purcell, Sam & Max, Booth 1412 […]


Simone Nelson, BAWIFM board chair, flew in from the Berlin Film Festival. Brenda Chapman, Director, The Bear and The Bow (TBATB) left Reese Witherspoon and flew in from L.A. The Pixar theatre was brimming with enthusiasm as the cameras started to roll. No, it wasn’t a screening of Up, it was a BAWIFM panel of […]