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DC Films is an American film studio that is a subsidiary of Warner Bros. through the Warner Bros. Pictures Group, dedicated to the production of films based on ... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search See also: List of films based on DC Comics publications Founded May 2016; 4 years ago Headquarters 4000 Warner Boulevard, Burbank, California, United States Parent Warner Bros. Entertainment DC Films is an American film studio that is a subsidiary of Warner Bros. through the Warner Bros. Pictures Group, dedicated to the production of films based on characters from DC Entertainment. Walter Hamada is the current president of DC Films.[3] 2 Criticism over "director-driven" mandate After the critical failure of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Warner Bros. Pictures made moves to correct the direction of the DC Extended Universe. The studio reorganized in May 2016 to have genre-responsible film executives, thus DC Entertainment franchise films under Warner Bros. were placed under a newly created division, DC Films, created under Warner Bros. executive vice president Jon Berg and DC Comics chief content officer Geoff Johns. This was done in hopes of competing more directly with Marvel Studios' Marvel Cinematic Universe. Johns also kept his existing role at DC Comics.[1][4] However, the division's formation was not designed to override the "director-driven" mandate.[1] Justice League had one of the biggest film budgets (nearly $300 million) but grossed about $96 million in its opening weekend. A Washington Post analysis expected that there would be a course correction again, with a possible change in leadership.[5] The DC Extended Universe operated under a "director-driven" mandate.[1] Forbes contributors felt that the course correction would be for DC Films to give up on the shared universe, while continuing with the Wonder Woman films and occasionally other films, as Warner Bros. has other franchises they can work with.[6] Despite this, in December the studio reiterated their current film slate for the unofficially titled DC Extended Universe.[7] That same month, Warner Bros. announced that a new strategy and organization of DC Films would occur with Berg leaving his position as studio's co-president of production to form a Warner Bros.-based production company with Roy Lee, the producer of The LEGO Movie and It. In January 2018, it was announced that Warner Bros. executive Walter Hamada will be the new president of DC Films, and will oversee the films in the DC Extended Universe. Hamada has been closely associated with New Line Cinema, and helped develop horror films, such as It and The Conjuring film franchises.[8]



Studio Theatre - Home

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Toggle Links Cart Search Calendar · Donate View Cart Sign In · Email Signup Search. Search. Studio Theatre logo · Sucker Punch at Studio Theatre. Menu. Toggle Links CART SEARCH CALENDAR You can exchange your tickets up to 24 hours before a performance using our online exchange tool. Subscribers can exchange for free—single ticket buyers pay a $10 per ticket exchange fee.




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Studio Gallery DC

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Studio Gallery is the longest running artist-owned gallery in Washington, DC. It features contemporary art in a wide variety of media by emerging and established ... Wed, May 26, 2021 1:00 PM Sat, Jun 19, 2021 6:00 PM Studio Gallery is open to the general public for walk-ins on Wednesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays from 1pm to 6pm and on Saturdays from 11am to 6pm. No more than ten guests are allowed on each level at one time. All visitors and staff are required to wear a face mask that covers the nose and mouth. Please contact director@studiogallerydc.com or call (202) 232-8734 for inquiries or appointments. “Discoveries” began with a sweetgum tree ball and a dried magnolia fruit cone that I found on my path during a walk last fall.  Struck by their photographic possibilities, I put them in my purse and took them home.  After that, every walk had me scanning the ground, collecting fallen leaves, seeds, nuts, and other vegetation that most people would rake from their lawns and sidewalks without a second thought.  When spring arrived, I added fresh leaves and flower buds to my collection.  I took their “portraits” against a simple black background in my studio, discovering how my subjects’ textured surfaces, bends, and curves made them look dramatically different depending on how I positioned them to capture the light.     This show is a continuation of one of my goals as a photographer:  to inspire people to look more closely at the world around them, to find the beauty hiding in plain sight.  William Bowser | Bob Burgess | Kimberley Bursic | Jennifer Duncan | Pam Frederick | Jeremy Limerick | Al Lipton Re-emerge features the art of Pam Frederick, Bob Burgess, Jeremy Limerick, Kimberly Bursic, William Bowser, Al Lipton, and Jennifer Duncan. Through the use of rich, bold colors and symbolic imagery, the participating artists explore nature, the urban landscape, and fleeting moments in time. The show embodies the artists’ joy at the gradual return to normalcy as they emerge from the forced isolation and uncertainty of the past year.



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