The industry has been shaken by the mass shooting in Las Vegas that left 59 dead and over 500 injured.
But many movie studios are offering up an array of video game and gaming solutions, and some of the biggest names are also helping the industry move forward.
In this exclusive interview with Mashable, industry veteran and managing director of global logistics company, Logistics Movie Group, Brian K. Davis, talks about his company’s recent acquisitions, including Disney-owned Pixar Studios, and the importance of working with a shared vision.
Davis is a former director at Disney, where he oversaw the film studio’s global logistics team.
He also served as a logistics manager at the Motion Picture Association of America.
The logistics industry is at a crossroads.
We are seeing a tremendous amount of consolidation, but I don’t think that’s a bad thing.
It’s a sign that we are moving toward a shared-vision vision of how to move the film industry forward, whether it’s film, television, digital or otherwise.
Davis has been working in logistics since the late 1990s.
He helped to launch Disney-backed logistics startup, Waze, and helped establish Disney’s “Logistics Revolution,” a partnership with Amazon to make the logistics of film and television easier.
Today, Davis serves as managing director for the logistics film industry at Waze.
Logistics movie group, which also includes Waze’s former chairman, has recently taken the reins of Disney-Lucasfilm logistics operations, which is part of the studio’s larger strategy of bringing new technologies and technologies to the film business.
In addition to Waze and Disney’s other logistics efforts, Davis oversees the logistics for Lucasfilm and Pixar Studios.
Logistic management and logistics are the two areas where Waze is the largest player, accounting for more than 40 percent of its business.
The Lucasfilm logistics group is comprised of Lucasfilm, Pixar, Industrial Light & Magic, and Warner Bros. Lucasfilm is a subsidiary of Disney.
It is the home of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series and the Star Trek: The Original Series television series.
The Pixar logistics group includes Lucasfilm Animation Studios, Pixar Animation Studios LLC, Pixar Studios North America, Pixar Enterprises, Pixar Worldwide, Pixar Ventures, Pixar Productions LLC, and Pixar Animation.
Pixar Studios, the company behind the Star Tours franchise, was spun off from Lucasfilm in 2019 and became Pixar Animation Group, a subsidiary under Pixar Animation Studio.
The Lucasfilm group’s parent company, Disney-Marvel, is the parent company of both Pixar and Lucasfilm.
Pete Docter, who directed Pixar’s upcoming live-action feature, Finding Nemo, is a partner at WannaCry, a malware and ransomware attack that crippled the U.S. financial system in 2018.
Docter is also the co-founder and CEO of Logistics Video, which he formed in 2015 to help film and TV production companies improve their video game logistics.
Logistical video is a major revenue stream for Logistics.
The Disney-Pixars logistics team is responsible for the Disney-operated Star Tours land and resorts, as well as the film and digital content for the Walt Disney Studios.
Disney-Walt Disney Studios is a separate entity from the parent Disney-Disney Animation Studios.
The Walt Disney studios, which include Disney and Pixar, are owned by Disney.
Logistics company, which has been in business since at least the 1980s, was founded by Disney and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.
It offers video game systems, game software, and game-related services.
Logical Solutions is one of the largest providers of logistics solutions in the U, accounting to approximately $2.8 billion in revenue.
Logistic group’s most recent acquisition, Disney/LucasFilm, was valued at over $2 billion.
The company’s operations include Disney-branded merchandising, film production, production consulting, and other logistics services.
The Disney-funded film and technology development division is also in the works.