Rising budgets, new technology, and Kickstarter campaigns are changing the game for moviemakers, according to executive professor of animation Terrence Masson.
Terrence Masson, director of Northeastern’s Creative Industries program, consulted on an Oscar-winning short animated film.
Around this time of year, movie theaters and television host horror movie specials and relive the classics. But have horror films lost their way? In honor of Halloween, we asked Terrence Masson, director of Creative Industries in Northeastern’s College of Arts, Media and Design, to examine how scary movies have evolved in recent years — and how to bring back the true fright factor.
A viral marketing campaign for the summer blockbuster movie “Super 8” hit the Web more than a year before its theatrical release last Friday. We asked senior academic specialist Terrence Masson, director of the creative industries program at Northeastern, to analyze the impact of using social networks to drive audiences to the movies.
With the recent release of Nintendo’s new 3DS, a handheld gaming system, and the popularity of movies like “Thor” and “Avatar,” the use of 3-D technology has increased over the past few years. Terrence Masson, director of Northeastern’s Creative Industries program, weighs in on 3-D’s revival and where the technology is headed.
Creative industries director Terrence Masson, who has worked in computer graphics and visual effects for some 20 feature films, discusses Elizabeth Taylor’s impact on American movies and culture.
Actor Stephen Lang, a star in the movie “Avatar,” shares his experiences in the theater and on film during a three-day visit to campus.
Terrence Masson draws on a varied career to give game-design and interactive-media students inspired direction
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