MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Entertainment launched a completely re-designed museum web site offering a look at the studio’s storied lot and productions ranging from On the Waterfront to Spider-Man.
Sony Pictures established a web-based museum along with an annex in the lobby of the Sony Pictures Plaza building at its world headquarters in Culver City.
The web museum maintains one of the most comprehensive collections of hundreds of early film photos and clips in its theatrical library. Hundreds of video clips of classic movies like It Happened One Night, His Girl Friday, Lawrence of Arabia and Gandhi as well as more recent hits like, Hancock are available to be streamed from the site. The site also features contemporary works including rare glimpses at the making of special effects from films such as Hancock and Da Vinci Code. The new design offers easier navigation to sections dedicated to Filmmaking, Visual Effects and Animation, Film Preservation, the studio’s history as well as Culver City.
The site is accessible around the world at: http://www.sonypicturesmuseum.com. A public display dedicated to the museum is open in the Sony Pictures Plaza lobby building at 10000 West Washington Blvd. in Culver City, California.