|By Gary Samuel
Following our latest post about our updated new video catalog with many new music documentaries, we’re also excited to let you know that we have 15 new indie horror movies in different, popular sub-genres, such as slasher, ghost, zombie and creature.
Our new refreshing horror movies can be found on onlinemoviesbox.com, in the horror genre, or on our Horror Inc site, which is dedicated specifically to horror lovers and fans, in the slasher, zombie, creature, ghost or indie categories.
There’s a 5 minute preview for each film, so you can decide if you want to continue watching. You can watch each film with a fee of only 0.99$ or you can watch all films for a monthly fee of only 5.99$.
These are some of the new movies we added:
|By Gary SamuelWe have great news to share with you – our digital video catalog is expanding and we have over 100 new music documentaries. Our new music docus tell the stories of the most successful and popular singers, bands and stars out there today, such as Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Adele, One Direction, Justin Bieber, One Republic, Britney Spears, Madonna, Beyonce, Jay Z, Kanye West, Black Eyed Peas and many more.
If you’ve ever wondered how these stars grew up and achieved fame, or what kind of people they are beneath their public persona, you’re welcome to check out our new selection of music documentaries on OnlineMoviesBox and find out.
These are some of the new documentaries we’re offering as part of our video catalog for 2014:
Kanye West – Evolution
One Direction – Life On Stage
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|By Gary Samuel
Cannes celebrates the variety of films, whether films that appeal to a greater audience or films with a more specific message and style. The festival also includes restored films, which are significant to cinematic history, as well as documentaries about cinematic issues. Further more, festival participants can also enjoy classes and exhibitions about cinema.
The festival also displays short films, and has a Short Film Corner, where professionals can interact with one another, promote and distribute films. The purpose of this feature is to encourage artists to develop ideas and create short films.
The festival has a few more intentions, amongst them are discovering new film artists, allowing different countries to introduce their local cinema and more.
The Cannes Film Festival 2014 took place throughout May; it included press conferences, interviews, award shows, movie screenings etc.
Craze Digital had a representative in this year’s festival, and the experience was somewhat disappointing. According to our representative, there weren’t meaningful premiers, compared to previous years.
Very few films were shown at night, and since our representative was busy with exhibitions during the day, the only free time to watch movies was at night. In addition, since there were few movie screenings at night, the lines to each movie were extremely long and our representative only managed to watch 2 movies during his stay.
|By Gary Samuel
Craze Digital will participate in the event Mobile Asia Expo 2014, which will be held on 11-13 June, 2014, at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) and the Kerry Hotel Pudong.
The 2014 Mobile Asia Expo will allow consumers, who love the mobile field, to discover innovations, devices and technologies that will keep them connected to what’s most important.
Mobile Asia Expo 2014 will focus on the future of mobile:
The event will include:
|By Gary Samuel
The Hong Kong International Film Festival is one of the most well known platforms in Asia for professionals in film to present their work and also to be introduced to their colleagues’ work and features.
This year the 38th Hong Kong International Film Festival was held in the city during March 24th to April 7th, 2014. There were over 100 exhibitors from around the world. The Chinese exhibitions were large and impressive.
Craze Digital exhibited at the Israel booth, which had several exhibitors.
The Festival is Hong Kong’s biggest cultural event that premiers representations of Chinese cinema and introduces Asian talents. The festival usually screens around 300 films from dozens of countries.
There are an average of 600,000 participants in the festival. Participants can enjoy world-class films, attend seminars hosted by international filmmakers, visit film exhibitions, join parties and more. It is a highly recommended event for the movie industry.