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K2 Communications has announced production of two new fully
funded films. Angkor—The Lost Empire of Cambodia is produced by Helio
Projects Asia and will be distributed worldwide by K2 Communications. The film
will be written and executive produced by industry veteran, John Weiley (Antarctica, Solarmax),
and directed by Murray Pope. Filming begins in March 2018 and release is scheduled for October 2018. Shark Wars: The Ultimate Predator is directed by four-time Emmy® Award nominee
Leighton De Barros. The film will be produced by Sea Dog TV International,
executive produced by Jodie De Barros and David Gross and distributed by K2
Communications and K2 Films Australia. Filming starts in late 2018 with release scheduled for fall 2019.
December 18, 2017—The Giant Screen Cinema Association (GSCA) is
pleased to announce its 2018 board of directors has elected officers and
committee chairs for the coming year.
December 11, 2017—The Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale,
Florida announced today the appointment of Joseph P. Cox as the next President
and Chief Executive Officer of the Museum. Joe Cox will replace Kim Cavendish,
the long-time President and CEO of the Museum who is retiring after 30 years of
service. Mr. Cox will assume the position on February 1, 2018.
December 7, 2017—Kim L. Cavendish, President/CEO of the Museum of Discovery
and Science (MODS) in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has announced to the Museum’s Board of Trustees that she intends to
retire at the end of 2017. She has agreed to stay at MODS through January 31, 2018, with the new CEO starting February 1.