Saturday, 24 January 2015

Crystal Sky Pictures offers 4KTV content with NanoTech

Independent film production company Crystal Sky Pictures has taken the Ultra HD plunge in a global licensing agreement with NanoTech Entertainment.
Founded in 1977 by its president and CEO, Steven Paul, Crystal Sky is an indie powerhouse with strong production and financing relationships with all of the major studios, including Paramount Pictures, Sony Entertainment and Warner Brothers, as well as talent and literary agencies such as CAA, ICM, William Morris, Endeavor and UTA.
Under the terms of the new agreement, NanoTech will use its UltraFlix 4K/Ultra HD network to distribute 11 new Crystal Sky titles in categories ranging from sci-fi, murder mysteries, action/thrillers, comedy, romance and sports drama to family content. Its 4K Studios subsidiary, with facilities in San Francisco and Hollywood, is also currently in the process of scanning and posting the films for immersive 4K viewing.



No comments:

Post a Comment

Aadhaar leak: EPFO discontinues services provided through Common Service Centre

Following fear of Aadhaar data leak, the Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) on May 2 said it has discontinued services provided t...