The Laguna Beach-based large-format movie company celebrates a half century
Heralded as one of the greatest surfing films of all time, Greg MacGillivray and Jim Freeman's laid back Five Summer Stories is not really a collection of five summer stories but a cinematic time capsule of the surfing sights and sounds of the early 1970s. It gets a retrospective screening with a pa ... More >>
MacGillivray Freeman Films, the Laguna Beach makers of some of IMAX's most successful documentaries including Everest, The Living Sea and the upcoming Journey to the South Pacific, is celebrating its 50th year in the biz. That milestone is actually being celebrated with events at the Newport Beach ... More >>
The creator of Laguna Beach's Waterman's Wall wants to make amends to the art world, but can he outrun his past?
To the Arctic, MacGillivray Freeman Films' breathtaking 3D IMAX documentary about living beings dealing with climate change at the top of the world, recently won two top prizes at the 2012 Giant Screen Cinema Association Achievement Awards.Produced and directed by the Laguna Beach company's co-found ... More >>
Greg MacGillivrayGreg MacGillivray and Jim Freeman founded MacGillivray Freeman Films in the mid-1960s, and the Laguna Beach-based company has been making large-format films, documentaries on the natural world mostly, ever since.Freeman was tragically killed in a Sierra Nevada helicopter crash in ... More >>
Local nature filmmaker fixed his lens on Louisiana wetlands. Then along came Katrina...