From "The King's Speech" to Harry Potter, "Pop Idol" to "The Office," the U.K. crafts some of the world's most successful entertainment properties.
Here are six execs who've put a multinational multimedia giant on a path to further growth
Classic film school curricula teach everything from three-act construction to non-linear editing, and yet, as the following alums attest, often the most important lessons for a successful career in…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Forget the late James Brown. For years the hardest-working man in showbiz has been director-writer-producer-actor-composer Tyler Perry.
From the Chinese market to popcorn, here are some execs -- and a helmer -- who made a difference
Ninety years after the Motion Picture Relief Fund was founded, Hollywood has changed beyond recognition, but the mandate and mission of that org remains the same.
Production insiders like to joke (sort of) that the struggles that go into getting a film made can be far more dramatic and interesting than what eventually ends up on the screen.
Production insiders like to joke (sort of) that the struggles that go into getting a film made can be far more dramatic and interesting than what eventually ends up on the screen. And while no one…
With his unfussy approach to composition and an unerring eye for the telling detail, Australian cinematographer John Seale has long been the d.p of choice for many of Hollywood's top directors…
Cinematographer Michael O'Shea has shot plenty of brightly lit, comedy-driven hit movies ("Big Momma's House," "Robin Hood: Men in Tights") but he's probably better known for his moodier, elegant…
Jeff Cronenweth talks about his work on 'The Social Network.'