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Greg MacGillivray: The King of IMAX

By Norm Baur | NB Indy Greg MacGillivray’s story goes back to 1959 when he began production on his first surf movie, “A Cool Wave of Color.” The 80-minute film was released in 1964 and turned a profit. With his parent’s best wishes and support, MacGillivray, who grew up in Corona...

Arts Community 1/25/13

Senior Art Escapes Begin at Susi Q In a 1 p.m. mixed media class Wednesday, Jan. 30, instructor Hedy Buzan demonstrates how to combine text, images, surface treatment, ephemera and paint to create collages that explore participants’ past, present and future. The workshop for...

Locals Win at Hero Film Fest

Acclaimed father and son Laguna Beach filmmakers Greg and Shaun MacGillivray won the best of fest award at this year’s My Hero International Film Festival in Los Angeles for “One World One Ocean,” a film intended to inspire the preservation and protection of the sea as a global...

Film Producer MacGillivray Honored

Laguna Beach filmmaker and longtime ocean conservationist Greg MacGillivray received the International Wildlife Film Festival’s lifetime achievement award last week in Missoula, Mont., where he was honored for his life’s work producing and directing 36 award-winning IMAX theatre...

Filmmaker Commits to the Long Lens

In a career shift from filmmaker to environmental advocate, Greg MacGillivray has donated $10 million and foresworn a salary for the next decade to support One World Ocean Foundation, whose mission is restoring and protecting the world’s oceans.   MacGillivray and his...