Suzanne Lloyd, granddaughter of Harold Lloyd, will present the Intl. 3D Society's first annual Harold Lloyd Award on October 5. No recipient has yet been announced.
Even in an actor-driven film like helmer Lisa Cholodenko's "The Kids Are All Right," below-the-line talent is critical to telling the story.
There's a changing of the guard at the Michigan Film Office.
The Intl. 3D Society and USC's Entertainment Technology Center (ETC) have teamed to start a 3D University for 3D pros.
Like their scary characters, zombie films never die. They just go through iteration after iteration to feed their fans' insatiable appetites.
Technicolor's 3D-on-film system, launched in North America last October, is taking a trip overseas.
The process of converting 2D films to 3D has hit some serious speed bumps on the road to acceptance, but it will remain a key component of filmdom's march into 3D.
One of Hollywood's great names is jumping into the increasingly crowded 3D projection-tech market.
The good news is that 73% of global media and entertainment chief financial officers believe that digital and mobile content will yield future revenue opportunities.
No one has put the letter D to better use than Don Zimmerman, whose film editing career spans pics from Hal Ashby's "Coming Home" (for which he earned an Oscar nom) to the recently released…