Soundstages, incentives and safeguards against corruption
Hollywood searches for stability as U.S. incentives rise and fall on budget cuts
The young execs profiled on these pages represent the new generation that will soon be running the entertainment business.
In contrast to the U.S. states' quirks, Canuck perks stay course.
Writer-director Dee Rees was weeks away from rolling the camera on her first feature, "Pariah," in July '09.
Production designer Guy Hendrix Dyas was atop a snow-covered Fortress Mountain in Alberta, Canada, shooting the final scenes for "Inception" in late November 2009, when he got the call on his cell…
Four films, four budget levels, and four sets of choices, challenges and opportunities
Here's a group of attorneys that stand above the crowd and represent the next generation of sharp legal minds in the entertainment business.
With a five-month shoot spread across Hawaii, Los Angeles, London and Puerto Rico, supervising location manager Janice Polley had a lot to contend with on Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: On…
The ink was barely dry on EUE/Screen Gems' deal to transform Altanta's 94-year-old Lakewood Fairgrounds into a state-of-the-art studio in May 2010, when the facility secured its first client, BET…
The Feb. 11 headline in the Hawaii Reporter called it "Shock and Awe."