Category: TV | Film Production

Trailer Park Entertainment Agency

Meet the Company Behind Your Favourite Movie & TV Show Trailers

Trailer Park has made the promotions for blockbuster movies like ‘Wonder Woman’ and ‘Baby Driver.’ When the summer movie season arrived, among the bevy of trailers for highly anticipated films, like Wonder Woman and Spider-Man, was the promo for Baby Driver. The two and a half minute trailer itself–about a young getaway driver–has been a hit with audiences, garnering more than two […]


Is Netflix Going to Conquer the Media World?

Now that Netflix has conquered TV, it may be about to move into the realm of film. Written by Ivan J. Parron, Entertainment Attorney | Huffington Post Want concrete proof of how quickly fortunes and narratives can change in our accelerated media culture these days? You need look no further than one little word — Netflix. […]


Showrunners – TV’s lords and creators

In America, Showrunners [TV writers] are no longer made to feel like spare parts. Instead, they wield huge power – and their British counterparts aren’t far behind Written by Andrew Collins | The Guardian During the summer of 2009, I hosted a packed Q&A with visiting Americans Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse and Jack Bender, at which fans of their long-running […]

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Musicians Behind Spring’s Most Anticipated Films

Musicians embellish films which feature the sounds of the mainstream by Mark Guiducci Hollywood filmmakers have long sought popular musicians to embellish their movie scores, hiring them to record radio-ready singles that are (often haphazardly) appended to the end of a film’s sound track. Céline Dion’s vocals on “My Heart Will Go On,” let’s remember, only […]

Music Supervisors Risky Business

What Would Movies Be Without Music & Music Supervisors

‘Risky Business,’ ‘Pulp Fiction’ Would Be Nothing Without Music Supervisors       Imagine “Risky Business” without Bob Seger‘s “Old Time Rock ‘n’ Roll.” Or “Say Anything” without Peter Gabriel‘s “In Your Eyes.” The inclusion of The Shins‘ “Caring is Creepy” and “New Slang” in “Garden State” catapulted them from a solid but largely unknown […]