On Election Day, 2010, it seems appropriate to consider the cautionary words of "Fair Game" director Doug Liman.
The New York Production Alliance -- a nonprofit of nearly 50 orgs involved in film, TV, and commercial production and post in New York State -- has introduced its 2010-2011 board of directors…
Two studio films -- Spyglass Entertainment/Screen Gems' "The Vow" and Paramount/Montecito Picture Company/Spyglass Entertainment's "No Strings" -- have added the scenechronize Web-based production…
For cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle, there was something strangely different about "127 Hours."
Digital content toolmaker Vizrt has invested in Stergen, a developer of 2D-to-3D conversion software.
One of the films that premiered at the IFC Center in New York on October 22 -- "Inhale" -- takes on the grim subject of the Mexican black market in live organ trading.
About 200 vfx pros gathered at the Visual Effects Society's Production Summit at the Ritz-Carlton Marina del Rey on Saturday to peer into their future. The outlook: guarded optimism.
A trio of lensers -- John Seale, Michael O'Shea and Douglas Kirkland -- will receive special honors at the American Society of Cinematographers' 25th Outstanding Achievement Awards Feb. 13 at the…
Blu-ray and digital distribution have been relative bright spots in an otherwise drooping home entertainment market, according to the latest numbers from Digital Entertainment Group.
In a bid to boost local production and keep jobs at home, the Los Angeles City Council moved a step closer to cutting production taxes paid by companies shooting in the city.
Stereoscopic 3D pioneer Chris Condon received the Intl. 3D Society's Charles M. Brewster award for lifetime achievement Tuesday night as the org bestowed its first technology honors.