The year's top funny people share what's next before collecting kudos at the Canadian comedy fest
Insurance companies are facing their own tough challenges in the film business.
If there's one bit of news that will have filmmakers leaning forward in their seats at the International Film Finance Forum in Cannes, it's that the market for some sources of capital might be coming…
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A working actress since the age of 10, Shannon Woodward may finally have what every thesp looks forward to: a steady gig.
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There's green in Hollywood, and then there's emerald green.
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