Even in an actor-driven film like helmer Lisa Cholodenko's "The Kids Are All Right," below-the-line talent is critical to telling the story.
There's a changing of the guard at the Michigan Film Office.
The Intl. 3D Society and USC's Entertainment Technology Center (ETC) have teamed to start a 3D University for 3D pros.
Like their scary characters, zombie films never die. They just go through iteration after iteration to feed their fans' insatiable appetites.
Technicolor's 3D-on-film system, launched in North America last October, is taking a trip overseas.
The process of converting 2D films to 3D has hit some serious speed bumps on the road to acceptance, but it will remain a key component of filmdom's march into 3D.
One of Hollywood's great names is jumping into the increasingly crowded 3D projection-tech market.
The good news is that 73% of global media and entertainment chief financial officers believe that digital and mobile content will yield future revenue opportunities.
No one has put the letter D to better use than Don Zimmerman, whose film editing career spans pics from Hal Ashby's "Coming Home" (for which he earned an Oscar nom) to the recently released…
Is it coincidence, or is it the start of a movement?
When Judd Apatow decided to do a film in which music would play a larger role than in any of his earlier pictures, he didn't have to look very far for a composer.