Director Jim Cameron promises that Hollywood will embrace more special effects in feature films, as high-powered computers and software becomes more widely available, easier to use and less costly.
Blockbuster Entertainment Co. has come under fire over its commanding stake in Spelling Entertainment.
Silicon Valley came to Hollywood Friday, as Intl. Creative Management hosted a morninglong presentation that brought together seven of the top multimedia designers with moviemaking talent.
Beleaguered completion bonder Film Finances Inc. said things are looking up for the company, if not for the insurance business as a whole.
In a new marketing ploy taking advantage of the interactive age, movie studios have begun trying to reach moviegoers through the personal computer.
Digital Domain has found a home. The upstart special effects company founded by Jim Cameron, Stan Winston and Scott Ross, and backed by IBM, is opening its doors shortly in Venice with a long list of…
Kalieda Labs, the joint venture between IBM Corp. and Apple Computer Co., had a change in management announced Thursday that president/CEO Nat Goldhaber will become co-chairman alongside Robert…
Virtual reality, or some semblance of it, got a big boost last night with the opening of a new venue by Tim Disney's Virtual World Entertainment.