May 05, 2005   Entertainment News
(PRLEAP.COM) EZPress – Introvision International Inc. Chairman of the Board, Tom Naud announced today his award winning company which created some of the most unforgettable scenes in over 40 titles for film and TV will open a new film studio late this summer. The studio, Apple Valley Movie Farm, will be located less than 90 minutes from Hollywood. The 10-acre farm will have three sound stages, digital equipment, digital editing, lighting equipment, a 5000 square foot clubhouse with library, game room, production offices, art department, stables, etc. to be offered to the young and the independents in a unique new way.

Apple Valley Movie Farm will be Introvision International’s home base and Introvision International plans to produce a slate of major action films for worldwide distribution with its patented technology. The studio also intends to allocate packages for young and independent filmmakers on a 3-10 day flat sum basis, enabling short films, documentaries, commercials, etc. that can be made at a controlled price. “Our goal is to build strong relationships with the young filmmakers of the future. What we can do to help them get that start, that is so illusive in Hollywood, we will attempt to do.” Stated Naud. The studio will be a whole new resource for the new and independent filmmaker offering many amenities, choices and even production assistance.

Over the past few years, Chairman of the Board Tom Naud has been supervising digitalization of certain elements of the technology to expand the use, quality and demand even more. The studio, currently under construction, will be open late summer 2005.

About Introvision International Corporation:
Introvision International Corporation made its debut in the 1981 Warner Brothers film “Outland” with Sean Connery. Over the next 16 years Introvision International gathered a large number of Clio’s, three Emmys and given a Technical Achievement Academy Award™ for “Driving Miss Daisy”. Over the sixteen year span they produced a wide variety of major motion picture scenes for over 40 feature film and TV movie titles including; “The Fugitive”, “Army of Darkness”, “Darkman”, “Stand By Me”, “Fearless” and “Rambo III” just to name a few. The technology has been used by such directors as Sam Raimi, Rob Reiner, Alan Ladd, Andrew Davis, Peter Weir and many more.

Source: Introvision International Corporation
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