REALITY SHOW TO FILM ON BIG ISLAND; HBO’S ENTOURAGE MAY FILM ON OAHU IN AUGUST

REALITY SHOW TO FILM ON BIG ISLAND; HBO’S ENTOURAGE MAY FILM ON OAHU IN AUGUST

 

 

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LMNO Productions, Inc., one of the leading producers of programming for the premier American cable networks, next week will begin filming for about two days an as yet unnamed reality show on the Big Island with a 10-person crew while based at the Hilton Waikoloa Resort. Filming will take place at the resort and off property. Some Big Islanders working on the show or connected to it have had to sign confidentially agreements to not discuss the show. The production is an “offshoot” of another reality show, sources said. The Big Island remains Hawaii’s location of choice for reality  show. In January, the Hilton Waikoloa also was home base for VH1’s My Antonio reality series, which airs later this month…

 

LMNO’s most recent productions are, Steve Fossett: What Went Wrong? for the Discovery Channel; National Body Challenge, Could You Survive?, Marathon Love and Iraq: Front-line ER for Discovery Health Channel; A Face For Yulce for TLC; My War Diary for Military Channel; Over Your Head for HGTV and Wedding Central for WeTV. In syndicated daytime television, LMNO and Telepictures joined together to produce the daily talk show Dr. Keith Ablow, which premiered Fall 2006. LMNO’s programming and production services, the LMNO Media Group was formed in early 2004 to offer corporate clients the creation of industrial and educational videos, commercials and visual marketing tools designed to increase sales, enhance recruiting and support publicity campaigns…

 

 

 

 

 

Entourage films @ Waimanalo Beach

 

 

HBO’s award winning series Entourage (above filming at Waimanalo Beach in April 2008) is on track to film again on Oahu likely in August. A writer for the show spent several days here doing “research” and was hosted at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel. The storyline may revolve around the show’s fictional James Cameron film Aquaman, sources said. In 2006, a two-page ad placed by HBO in Variety, the Hollywood trade publication,

 

 

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declared that Aquaman, starring Vincent Chase, was the “biggest box office splash in history,” bringing in an astounding $116 million in its opening 3-day weekend. The ad did not mention that this of course took place on the HBO show Entourage, which follows the life of an upcoming movie star Vincent Chase, played by Adrian Grenier (below right).

 

entourage-star-adrian-grenier-copyCameron said that he has received phone calls from acquaintances congratulating him and asking about the film Aquaman, not knowing that it does not exist…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PPM is offering a new workshop on HD workflow presented by two Academy for Creative Media  graduates. 
PreProPost HD Film Production
Date: Saturday and Sunday, May 16-17
Time: 9:00am–4:00pm
Instructor: Henry Mochida and Mark Wolf
Location: Saturday: on location; Sunday: UHM Sakamaki C104, Mänoa MultiMedia Lab
Fee: $150
Register for: L10340
The PreProPost HD workshop is designed to jump-start you into the entire production workflow of HD technology from pre-production through post-production in a 2-day workshop. This challenging experience begins in pre-production where we breakdown a script and plan for production through storyboarding, shot listing, and scheduling. Then leave the classroom and go onto an independent film set for hands-on experience in all major roles of production. The final phase of post-production covers the HD workflow, which involves learning the key steps of editing, finishing, and outputting to multiple formats. This adventure is directed towards individuals looking to get a first taste of filmmaking in the latest HD technology has to offer.
 
Henry Mochida has worked in the film and video industry for the past 3 years as a director, director of photography, and editor. He studied at the Academy for Creative Media and his work has premiered at the Hawaii International Film Festival on numerous occasions.  He is the DP for the Wayne Ward Actor’s Showcase Honolulu, HI.  He is currently a commercial director/DP with HDology, a Hawai’i based production company, and is the owner of HenHaus Productions L.L.C that specializes in Web Cinema Marketing.
 
Mark Wolf’s film background includes a degree from the Academy for Creative Media, work at LOST, PBS, Showdown in Chinatown, and experience on over 80 films, including festival award-winners. He is an owner of 3 production companies, including HDology, a HD commercial narrative production company that features 2 RED cameras. Recently Wolf produced a piece for the Barack Obama campaign that played at the Democratic National Convention.
 
To register call 956-8400. For more information on PNM’s summer workshops go to www.outreach.hawaii.edu/pnm
              

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s a request from Hawaii’s Science and Technology Council asking Hawaii’s production industry to e-mail or call Gov. Lingle to 
ask her to veto SB199 and tell the governor 
what the loss of investment capital 
means for your company.

 

 

E-Mail:  Governor.lingle@hawaii.gov or call 586-0034

cc:  Linda.smith@hawaii.gov or call 586-0036, Governor’s Chief Policy Advisor

 

On Tuesday the House rejected industry’s proposed floor amendment which would have provided the state with $151 Million in savings and preserved industry’s access to capital.  They in-fact voted to support the existing SB199 Conference Draft which effectively kills Act 221 through the elimination of the 2:1 credit allocation policy and replaces it with a 1:1 limitation.  We anticipate that the Senate will approve the bill on Thursday after which it will go to the Governor for her signature.

 

The ONLY RECOURSE now is to ask the Governor to VETO the bill.  We expect that she will quickly sign the bill into law so your IMMEDIATE action is required.  Let the Governor know how angry you are with this bill by telling her how it specifically impacts you or your company.  Tell her that it undermines the innovation economy, kills jobs, kills companies and kills Hawaii’s future.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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