Two new groups are vying for the industry's support as they mount campaigns to keep filming in California.
Most people don't think of makeup as a cutting-edge discipline, but in the aftermath of "Avatar," it has gained recognition as a critical component of performance-capture technology.
Viewers staying tuned to HBO on Sunday evenings after the big-budget megaseries "The Pacific" have found themselves watching a very different kind of show, "How to Make It in America" -- a…
Going against the grain of the FCC's National Broadband Plan, the Open Mobile Video Coalition, which represents nearly 900 broadcasters, has released a white paper urging TV stations to "move quickly…
In a bid to stanch the outflow of film and TV jobs from California, advocates have set up an organization to educate voters and help foster a political climate more conducive to enacting additional…
Green Zone" and "The Hurt Locker" -- critically praised Iraq War pictures whose box office take falls short of their positive reviews -- have their differences.
How can a director supervise his film's post-production if he's in jail?
As reality television has exploded, so has the demand for "real" contestants. At the same time, online social networks have grown into a major means for people to interact and connect.
Have the lives of below-the-line nominees changed?
Sometimes a casting decision can have unforeseen benefits.
20th Century Fox pic swept the Intl. 3D Society's first annual kudos on Tuesday night.