"Give me a break!" That's how production designer Stuart Wurtzel's friends back in the States would react when he called to complain about minor annoyances during the filming of "Letters to Juliet"…
Six years ago Brian Koppelman overheard a conversation that inspired a movie.
Domestic box office hit a record $10.6 billion in 2009 according to the MPAA and is on track to soar even higher this year. Worldwide box office hit $29.9 billion in 2009, up 7.6% over 2008.
Trade org Digital Entertainment Group has created a unit to promote 3D in the home.
Independent filmmakers often brag about what they're able to do on a shoestring.
Musicals aren't exactly a sure thing in primetime.
With tax incentives here to stay as an integral part of movie budgets, AFCI's Locations Trade Show has become a mecca for indie producers and studio budgeting execs trying to manage costs on their…
The Icelandic volcanic eruption continues to affect film and music bizzers jetting to and from Europe.
Blu-ray and digital distribution were small bright spots in an otherwise gloomy first quarter report on the home-entertainment biz.
Helmer Matthew Vaughn fought an uphill battle to make "Kick-Ass." Studio after studio rejected the project so he financed it outside the system and eventually sold it to Lionsgate.
In a rare move, the Producers Guild of America has added another credit to its quiver: transmedia producer.