Event to discuss future of 3D films
on Wednesday,March 11,2009 22:03
The Hollywood Reporter (THR) has announced the upcoming Next Generation Asia event in Hong Kong which will honor young industry professionals and spotlight 3D movies.
The inaugural party will take place on March 24th, during the 33rd Hong Kong International Film Festival. Also, the venerable publication''s special issue on March 13 will profile the achievements of 20 talented young innovators.
"The Asian entertainment industry itself represents the ''next generation'' on a global scale. So it is only fitting that THR takes the lead in identifying the rising stars of Asia with Next Gen Asia in Hong Kong," says Eric Mika, publisher of THR and vice president of the Nielsen Media & Entertainment Group.
On March 25th, the magazine will moderate a panel on the future of 3D cinema that will provide insight and guidance as well as discuss its expectations. It will also present THR''s own in-depth report on the value of 3-D in the marketplace.
Panelists will include Michael Ellis, President of MPA for the Asia Pacific Region, Don Savant, Managing Director of IMAX for Asia Pacific, Younghoon Lee, CEO of MasterImage Systems and Bob Vallone, Regional Manager of UA Cinemas.
Published since 1930, THR covers the business of global entertainment via a network of media outlets with a team of more than 60 journalists and news editors in most of the world''s major cities.
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