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I think a lot of people have a vision of L.A. in which TV executives and movie directors plan their latest productions by the swimming pool.
I’ve heard about productions where it still happens: yellow face, taping up the eyes. It’s hard to talk about it in a constructive way.
The world is wide. No two days are alike, nor even two hours, neither were there ever two leaves of a tree alike since the creation of all the world; and the genuine productions of art, like those of nature, are all distinct from each other.
TTS was the unit that I was directly involved with the productions, and I’m still really, really proud of what we had put together, not just visually but musically at that time and age.
When I listen to hip-hop, I listen to Just Ice, Boogie Down Productions, Ultramagnetic MCs. I grew up in that age, and it was memorable. But I’m down with all of it. Chuck D or Danny Brown? I feel comfortable with all of them. Word up, kid! Word up, man!
If women choose guerilla style filmmaking or new media productions, etc., all power to them. But if they’re there because ‘Big Hollywood’ won’t let them in, then we’re moving further and further away from equality.
What people want is not what some would call imaginative and often austere productions but very lavish productions which cast back into the auditorium an image of their affluence.
I had family who exposed me to all sorts of different media involving actors – films, theatrical productions touring through Boston. My grandparents, particularly my mother’s parents, were huge fans of all the arts, and they took me to these shows and exhibits at a very young age, so I was just immersed in it.
I think Paul Hollywood was quite perfectly within his rights to stay with Love Productions. They’d made him famous, he was getting a decent salary and he was enjoying it. Why shouldn’t he stay with them?
I’d like to have coffee with Farhan Akhtar. He’s an all-rounder in the film industry, and I have heard many good things about how he goes about planning all his productions.
I’ve started a little independent record label called ‘Six String Productions’ and recorded a couple of tunes, and I hope to do some more with some future artists next year. It’s a real passion project of mine.
Theater criticism should be visceral, at least on some level, an articulation of that fierceness and passion. I usually do a fair amount of research before I see a show – on the history of previous productions (if it’s a revival) and the creative team.
I’m sometimes scared of everything that has happened to us. We didn’t think Desilu Productions would grow so big. We merely wanted to be together and have two children.
I was lucky – the first eight productions I auditioned for, I got cast.
The beauty with U.K. productions is that, most of the time, you get all of the scripts when you audition for them.
I was 28 before I started putting on productions. I got in the back door by doing fringe shows and a lot of assisting, and I learned on the job. There weren’t many female directors when I was starting out. I slowly gained confidence and understanding of the theater, but on my own terms.
I never went to stage school or anything like that. It was always plays, productions at school and things like that. The thing for me with acting was it was the only thing I could fully concentrate on. I loved playing sports. I didn’t really love studying.
I will work in films based on quality productions and significant characters.
I have a musical called Goodbye and Good Luck, based on a Grace Paley short story. I also have King Island Christmas, and there are 20 different productions of it this year.
Gaming goes in trends, and for a bit of a too-long stretch, it focused on huge productions.
Even though I’m an actor, I’ve gone to productions where there has been someone whose work is known in film, and you can’t take your eyes off them. It unbalances the production. Whether they’re good or not, it doesn’t matter.
My company, Against All Odds Productions, has done print on demand; we were the first to do a book with a CD-ROM in the early 1990s. We do custom covers. It’s always fun to do something new.
I believe the digital world presents tremendous opportunities for the producers who understand it, and I am launching a digital production company, iMan Productions, to take advantage of this opportunity.
Operas elucidate, in a way sometimes absent in other theatrical productions, the very human fact that in every hero, there is a thread of duplicity. In every villain, there is another side to consider: We don’t have to like him or her, but we are compelled to think about motivation.
The English National Opera does have some terrific productions, which are accessible, and they’re not too ridiculously expensive.
People wrestle sometimes making movies, and I think that conflict is a very essential thing. I think a lot of very happy productions have produced a lot of very banal movies.
I was very much in my room with my marionette stage, you know, creating these incredibly boring things that I felt were so fascinating, and forcing my relatives to come, and charging money for them to see my little productions.
Doing musicals and theatrical productions, I never did any of my hits.
In high school and college, I’d set a bunch of goals for myself. I wanted to be the lead effects supervisor on one of these really big, innovative visual effects productions, something on the scale of a ‘Star Wars’ movie. And I wanted to work on a project that wins the Academy Award for best visual effects.
I think the larger productions in India are very methodical and pretty much on the ball in terms of work. When I say work, I mean pre-production and the homework that’s required.
I decided I’d never do a series again, but I was offered a pilot for a series through Eddy Murphy Productions, and that was the gig that got me Parker Lewis.
I do a lot of collaborations and productions, whether it’s Switch or Steve Aoki or No ID or Will Smith or No Doubt – I always like to collaborate and be a quality control person for the people ’cause I have my own taste in music and bring that to other peoples’ brands and help them learn a little bit.
I believe that the profits will come from the quality of your creative products. Since the beginning, I’ve always wanted to develop a self-feeding circle of creative productions: the positive financial returns from one show would be used to develop and create a new show, and so on.
I am extremely thankful and grateful to Dhanush and Wunderbar Productions. It’s a blessing to work with them because he is a non-interfering producer.
It’s an honour for the entire ‘Baahubali’ team to be associated with Karan Johar, since he is the biggest name in the country as a producer and director with his brand Dharma Productions.
Funders, financiers why don’t you support childcare? Make it a budget line in your productions and please please let’s not be ageist.
I would like to see more new productions of new material by new composers/lyricists/book writers. I would like to see people take more chances. I think because everything costs so much they’re not taking the chances they used to.
As a producer, as a CEO of Hartbeat Productions, I am making deals to put my company in place to win, to put my staff to work so that while all this stuff is going on, they’re in the kitchen cooking. So it’s understanding the longevity of the entertainment business; you get out of it what you put into it.
I’ve had over a dozen models come in and pose fro me live for these new Cirque pieces. Cirque is a world-wide phenomenon and they are just incredible athletes. I’ve been to all the performances and am really fascinated by all of their productions.
The worst thing would be for a Canada to develop a Hollywood. This is an industry we are going to have to fight to defend. We have to compete now so productions stay here. We don’t want entertainment to be like the steel industry.
The ‘Daughter of the Regiment’ that I did in Boston was vintage Sarah Caldwell, which is to say it was brilliant. Before my career was over, I’m sure I sang the role of Marie at least a hundred times, often in productions that cost a fortune, but none touched hers.
For some reason, they always gave me a fat suit in high-school productions. If there was a character who needed to be robust, they gave me a fat suit, and I put on a silly voice.
I have always wanted to work with Rajshri Productions.
I feel blessed to be working with a banner like Dharma Productions.
It’s been a dream of mine to run my own summer camp. I went to one as a kid, and I put on productions, and got lots of confidence.
Yes, but Phantom Productions is my core team. It is like my family. And I love them.
I was never any good in the school theatrical productions. I always got a role like the March Hare.
I went to Fountain Valley High School. I remember watching Grove Shakespeare productions here. It left a big impression on me.
In school productions, I was always villager No. 7. I was never at the front of the stage dancing and never had any lines.
Hopefully I can go back and forth from the United States to Asia. I feel joint productions could be the way of the future. I’ll need a private plane to charter the international waters!