Cinevision Global Inc

Cinevision Global Inc Property acquisitions and distribution company with post production facility. The company is also investing in and producing a number of feature films.

Cinevision Global Inc is a film and music production and distribution company with an in-house post production facility. Cinevision owns and distributes more than a thousand Hollywood film titles as well as documentaries such as Forbidden City, Discover China, Tribal, Public Enemy, and The Words Project. Our comprehensive post production facility serves all aspects of media post production and creative services.


Meet Frenchman Jules Brunet, the real-life last samurai. Fighting alongside the Shogunate rebels who wanted to maintain traditionalism in Japan, Brunet joined a legion of 3,000 in a battle against 7,000 Imperial troops that lasted half a year in 1868 and 1869. Ultimately, the clash ended with the defeat of the samurai, largely because they did not use Western weaponry the way the Imperial troops did. Discover the epic true story behind "The Last Samurai":


Czech-French writer Milan Kundera has died aged 94. By far his most famous work, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" was published in 1984 and turned into a film starring Juliette Binoche and Daniel Day-Lewis in 1987. The novelist, poet and essayist lived in France after his emigration from Communist-ruled Czechoslovakia in 1975.


It’s all a matter of perspective.


The octobass of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. It typically plays one octave below the double bass. This rare bowed strong instrument was first built around 1850 in Paris by the French luthier, Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume. Because of the extreme fingerboard length and string thickness, the musician plays it using a system of levers and pedals. The levers serve to engage metal clamps that are positioned above the neck at specific positions. These clamps act as fretting devices when the performer presses the levers. In addition to the Paris instrument, octobasses exist in the collections of the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, Arizona and the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. In October 2016, the Quebec company Canimex donated the octobass shown here to the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, which is now the only orchestra in the world to own one.


Movies are a lot like the internet - a lot of what you see is not really real.


ARCH OF TRIUMPH - starring Anthony Hopkins | California Pictures Classics - Film library. Ambassador.


Sixties rocker Sixto Rodriguez, who found mainstream fame in the documentary Searching for Sugar Man, is finally enjoying the fruits of his labours at the age of 80


Off to Sacramento with writers David Ponce de Leon and Ron Herbrand to research and scout locations near Sacramento for a new TV series about Native Americans.

Shooting “Clay” in Mazatlan, Mexico with Director Ruben Islas and Mexican-American actress Karime.

Shooting “Clay” in Mazatlan, Mexico with Director Ruben Islas and Mexican-American actress Karime.


Couldn’t resist - unfortunately in real life it’s not that easy to make people forget, although the Oscars are generally pretty forgettable events!


The unique new comedy is loosely based on the true adventures of 18th century would-be pirate, Stede Bonnet, played by Rhys Darby. After trading in his comfo...


Movie previews are called “trailers” because they were originally shown after the movie.

In the early days of moviegoing, you didn’t just buy a ticket for one feature-length film and leave once the credits started rolling. You were instead treated to a mix of shorts, newsreels, cartoons, and, eventually, trailers — which, per their name, played after the movie rather than before — with people coming and going throughout the day. The idea for trailers came from Nils Granlund, who in addition to being a business manager for movie theaters worked as a producer on Broadway, which explains why the first trailer was actually for a play: 1913’s The Pleasure Seekers.


Poster for our film "Divorce Bait," making the rounds at the Cannes Film Market.


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