March 8 was International Women's Rights Day. The perfect opportunity to put women's work in cinema industries into light with Ada Solomon, the famous Romanian producer, who won the Berlin Golden Bear this year with Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn (Radu Jude, 2020), which raises awareness on women's bodies and sexuality issues.
Listed among the best films of 2020, according to Time Magazine, The Guardian, Rolling Stone Magazine and even to the former US President Barack Obama, Alexander Nanau's Colectiv is the Romanian proposal for the 2021 Oscars. This documentary follows a crack team of investigators at the Romanian newspaper Gazeta Sporturilor as they try to uncover a vast health-care fraud that enriched moguls and politicians and led to the deaths of victims of the Colectiv nightclub fire.
Last week, Warner Bros Pictures announced a simultaneous release of all its 2021 movies in theatres and on its HBO Max streaming platform. While some professionals see this as the end of the movie theatres, Lumière's General Manager, Alexander Vandeputte, believes that VOD platforms will never replace cinemas but could generate new audiences.
Moonday is a 4-in-1 tool that allows cinema and audiovisual professionals to be more productive in their daily work, by finding all the relevant information centralised on a single platform. At Moonday, we aim at making the cinema and audiovisual industry more digital, through a user-friendly collaborative software.
From now on, you will have a free access to Moonday and all the different useful features that will be upgraded over time (listed in the table below)!
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As the coronavirus pandemic continues to threaten the cinema and audiovisual industry, festivals are announcing hybrid events featuring physical and online activity. With the Cannes Marché du Film behind us, we took a stock with a few sellers and distributors on how they were handling the online markets situation.
And then being more efficient, collaborative and... relaxed at work than ever!
The amount of bias and power imbalance in the film and tv industry on all levels, including the reporting of film is a nonsense. In this regard, a word just leapt into debate. Intersectionality is a concept aimed at revealing the plurality of discriminations. The term has been quite popular in the academic world for years. In the film and tv industry, it arises and unveils solutions we need to create lasting structural changes across the system. It’s time to get up the service!
Move the follow-up of your projects into Moonday’s Manage Functionalities, and help your team leave heavy tools like email behind.