North Carolina's state senate has passed legislation boosting its refundable tax credit to filmmakers from 15% to 25%.
When 48-year-old Jon Furie jumped to his death at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood on July 18, he left behind a loving family, loyal friends and associates -- and an apparently prospering…
Jon Furie, president and owner of below-the-line agency Montana Artists, died July 18 in West Hollywood. He was 48.
Don't retire that film camera quite yet. As film struggles to remain relevant in today's increasingly digital environment, its strongest ally --ironically -- may be digital post-production.
A new tool has emerged to help those who want to extend film and TV properties across multiple platforms.
While there were no riots in the streets, TV's highly anticipated digital switchover was hardly a Y2K-style nonevent.
Produced By, a first time confab of the PGA, drew more than 1,000 attendees to more than 50 panels, roundtables and parties on the Sony lot Saturday and Sunday.
For years, the nation's switch to digital broadcasting has been billed as the second coming for local television stations. But now that the big day has finally arrived, the digital revolution is only…
They have looked into the crystal ball of television's future. Their verdict: cloudy.
That Was The Week That Was," a satirical program that ran Saturday nights on BBC in the early '60s, launched careers and rocked the establishment by mining the events of the preceding week for its…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures