Check out our latest podcast with Steven Rubin, movie historian, author, screenwriter and producer. Once again our fearless CEO Guy Manos “skydives” right into the action, discussing and tackling tough questions from a man who knows a thing or two about the Hollywood business, having worked in it for decades. They discuss the skydiving origins of CineLogic’s critical innovations and how they changed the movie industry allowing filmmakers to dramatically reduce costs. They go through the history of the revolutions and how Guy and his team(s) were able to deploy many of these systems on award-winning big block buster films. Exploring the reality of these changes and how CineLogic is poised to something great, is at the heart of the podcast that you don’t want to miss!

A bit about Steve: Steven Jay Rubin is a screenwriter/producer, film historian, author, documentarian and podcaster. He began his motion picture writing career when he acquired the theatrical remake rights to the ABC television series Combat! and sold his screenplay and the rights to Savoy Pictures and later Paramount. He made his producing debut for Showtime in 2002 on the baseball comedy Bleacher Bums. That same year he produced the true World War II drama Silent Night, starring Linda Hamilton, which was nominated for four Canadian Television Academy Awards.

He served as executive producer on My Suicide, an indie teen dramedy that won the Best Picture award in its class at the Berlin Film Festival in 2009, and 19 other Best Picture awards around the world (it’s currently on Netflix).  On the documentary front, in 2006, he wrote, directed and produced East L.A. Marine: The Untold True Story of Guy Gabaldon for Virgil Films and Entertainment.  In 2019, he served as executive producer on the documentary The Coolest Guy Movie Ever, also for Virgil Films. 

Rubin is recognized internationally as the world’s leading authority on the James Bond movie series. He was the first writer to publish a book that examines the behind-the-scenes world of 007 – The James Bond Films: A Behind the Scenes History (Arlington House). He followed that with The James Bond Movie Encyclopedia (McGraw Hill, Chicago Review Press, current edition 2020). 

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