The Motion Picture Division of Fujifilm North America has opened a new sales and distribution office in New York City.
For the first time in many years, the National Association of Television Program Executives will hold its annual convention in Miami, Fla., home of showbiz language-translation firm The Kitchen.
Innovative Artists has booked production designers Zack Grobler on Fox's "Alcatraz," Stephen Lineweaver on an untitled Allan Loeb pilot for TNT, more. . .
A new era has dawned for the Association of Independent Commercial Producers as the org prepares for its first board meeting with members voted for at the national level.
Post/vfx house Hydraulx had a ready customer in the recently released sci-fi thriller "Skyline."
When helmer Steve Antin was looking to add eye-popping energy to the dance numbers in "Burlesque," he turned to Broadway.
Nothing could stop Soundelux supervising sound editor Mark Stoeckinger from completing his work on helmer Tony Scott's runaway-train thriller "Unstoppable."
Web video is all around, but business model is elusive.
All is coming up roses for the 3D Blu-ray biz, according to trade org Digital Entertainment Group.
Movies set in the recent past seldom receive Oscars for art direction or costume design -- categories dominated by fantasy and period films.
Extending itself further into the independent filmmaking arena, Sony has unveiled its first professional handheld digital production camera with a Super 35mm imager.