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On Sunday, November 19, Taylor White's Creature Features Store in Burbank, California from 1pm to 4pm Will Host a Special Presentation About Careers in Movie Makeup Artistry - November 17, 2017
Amid the postmodern vampire projects across film, television, stage, and new media comes Charging Moose Media’s web series The Hunted: Encore. The Larson-esque music sounds like a mix of 1980s synth fare, 2000s punk rock, and a tasteful dollop of Broadway. All publicity by Visionary Cinema. - October 31, 2017
Visionary Cinema presents its newest client, Robbie Gennet, a multi-instrumentalist musician, singer/songwriter and performer, residing in Los Angeles. Gennet has conceived and created an unprecedented video for his self-penned song “Come Down,” only now fully available to the public. Having toured worldwide with acts as diverse as Lisa Marie Presley, Wayne Kramer (MC5), and Everclear, Gennet entered more sinister territory with “Come Down” and its signature theme – vampires. - July 19, 2016
Visionary Cinema presents a revolutionary new class concerning the 100+ years of horror cinema which will debut at the University of La Verne in January, 2015. - December 24, 2014
The multimedia project Illuminated has launched its official website which will serve as a portal for various individual project elements. - October 01, 2014
Never-before-published making-of photos, rare color stills, newly unearthed publicity shots, exclusive artwork, and 50 years of outre merchandise are packed into the 150+ pages of "The Outer Limits at 50," written end edited by the world's foremost expert on the legendary TV series: David J. Schow. - March 17, 2014
David Bowie is a rock icon. But what if his 1970s image was totally zombified? What would that emasculated vision look like? Visionary Cinema has the answer. Classic Rock Zombies is the indispensible new horror brand launching January 13, 2014. The innovative approach to two pop cultural mainstays merges legendary rock heroes with the wildly successful wave of zombie projects in contemporary film and television. - January 13, 2014
Take a journey to 1959 and walk the miles with two of the most iconic jazz musicians of all time, men whose work became the soundtrack of an era. Writer-director Scott Essman of Visionary Cinema captures the brilliant, untold story of John Coltrane and Miles Davis, starring Ricco Ross as Coltrane and Travis Hinson as Davis. Their impact came at the outset of significant changes in all things America. - September 16, 2013
Witness the film plus many extras for its 80th anniversary in the beautiful Pomona Fox Theater, built in 1931 and host to screenings of Kong in May 1933 just after its March premiere at Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood. - March 23, 2013
Scott Essman's short film about professional baseball, "Ten Men on the Field," has been selected by the National Baseball Hall of Fame's 2012 Baseball Film Festival, taking place September 28-30 in Cooperstown, New York. - August 27, 2012
Baseball is one of the oldest and most traditional American sports in history. In 1947, during the Civil Rights movement, it proved that integration could work and black people could compete with whites with class, skill, and dignity. Now, experience the game America knows and loves in a completely different way. Writer and director, Scott Essman and Visionary Cinema hits a homerun in telling a creative, fictional, smart story about top executives trying to change the rules of the game itself. - May 22, 2012
Shooting in the Los Angeles area this weekend, "Trane and Miles" explores a 1959 meeting between John Coltrane and Miles Davis at a crucial intersection point in both of their storied careers. - February 25, 2012
Set in a seedy Hollywood limousine dispatch office on the night of a big movie premiere, Steven Sprung’s "Dispatch," from a script by Sprung and star Michael Bershad, depicts one night in the life of Nick, an overnight dispatcher with everything on the line. - December 05, 2011
John Patrick Shanley's (Moonstruck, Joe vs. the Volcano, Doubt) play directed by John McNaughton (Mad Dog and Glory, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Homicide: Life on the Street) starring Juliet Landau (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Ed Wood) and Matthew J. Williamson (Sedona, Helter Skelter) will run from October 21 to December 18 in Los Angeles's North Hollywood arts district. - October 17, 2011
Collection of portraits by Deverill Weekes highlights top names in makeup artistry over the past 50 years. - June 14, 2011
Dean Cundey, noted cinematographer for Halloween (1978), The Thing (1982), Back to the Future (1985), Jurassic Park (1993) and Apollo 13 (1995) will be assisting students at The Art Institute of California - Orange County with Scott Essman's short film project shooting this weekend, "Ten Men on... - June 04, 2011
Los Angeles-based actress and producer Juliet Landau presents a staged reading of Tennessee Williams' classic play "A Streetcar Named Desire" directed by famed film director John McNaughton. - May 28, 2011
Two films released the same year, 1931, have defined the horror genre for the 80 ensuing years since they first appeared. Unquestionably, they shocked, horrified, and thrilled unsuspecting audiences in the dawn of the sound film era. Certainly, their leading actors, Béla Lugosi as Count Dracula and Boris Karloff as the Frankenstein Monster – though the latter was originally billed with a question mark – became immediately immortalized as their most famous characters. - February 12, 2011
Super science runs amok and turns Max the gentle mongrel into Monster Mutt in this wild and hysterical family comedy from the make-up effects team at Illusion Industries Inc. headed by producers Todd Tucker and Ronald L. Halvas (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Watchmen) and Burnside Entertainment’s Seth William Meier (In My Pocket). - January 04, 2011
Based on real experiences, director Steven Sprung and star Michael Bershad co-wrote the film as their first feature. Set in a seedy Hollywood limousine dispatch office on the night of a big movie premiere, Steven Sprung’s Dispatch, from a script by Sprung and star Michael Bershad, depicts one night in the life of Nick, an overnight dispatcher with everything on the line. - August 03, 2010
This 30-minute program, written and hosted by Mark Arnott, is a docu-drama with numerous rare photos in which a presenter offers his case for granting the Westmores their long deserved "star" on Hollywood Boulevard's Walk of Fame. - July 01, 2010
Legendary low-budget film production company American-International Pictures, founded in 1953, and upstart Visionary Cinema have joined forces to produce three original feature films. As with the original AIP, the films will have modest budgets and be geared to the independent theatrical and worldwide DVD market. - June 10, 2010
Visionary Cinema Presents: Rock Sugar -- a band that has achieved the impossible. They’ve cracked the code and produced an idea and execution that is totally new and unique, yet has already sold millions and millions of records - and then they’ve combined it all into a package that nearly everyone who hears it and sees it wants to get a piece of “the rock.” Or in this case, The Rock Sugar. - March 19, 2010
What does esteemed actor/writer/director Gary Oldman, cell phones, a Jewish Hip Hop group named Chutzpah, bikini clad women and a music video all have in common? They are the focus of accomplished actress/writer and debut director Juliet Landau's funny, cutting-edge short subject documentary, "Take Flight." Technology icon Nokia, in the hands of talent icon, Gary Oldman have collectively raised cell-cam art to soaring heights and given birth to a new trend in the process. - February 17, 2010
Visionary Cinema, the film-video-publishing production company based in Southern California, has debuted a 2D and 3D animation division. Created in-house, the animation division will provide shorts and features in both traditional animation and computer-generated animation. Previous projects include Monster Kids, Abbott and Costello Meet the Monsters, and the upcoming feature Dox E. Dog. Visionary Cinema has also created videos and documentaries for entities including Universal Studios. - September 24, 2009
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