Battered states revisit production incentives programs
For Jennifer Aniston, TV fame led to movie stardom and now producer-director credits.
The public -- and the biz -- struggle to understand a craft
At first glance, the plot of writer-director Michael R. Roskam's debut feature "Bullhead" seems too Belgium-specific to have widespread international appeal. . .
As Vera in writer/director Pedro Almodovar's "The Skin I Live In" (Sony Pictures Classics) actress Elena Anaya spends a fair amount of time naked, but her epidermis is far from completely exposed.
It took Belgian writer/director Michael Roskam five years to get his feature film debut "Bullhead" in front of the cameras. But as soon as the trailer for the film hit the Internet, the phone calls…
When the studio asked Jason Keller to sign up for kidnapping and dismemberment insurance before traveling to Sudan to research his script for "Machine Gun Preacher," they weren't kidding around.
From Palm Beach to the Gulf Coast, tax breaks and year-round warm weather lure filmmakers.
Miami has long been the unofficial showbiz capital of Latin America.
With just 12 weeks to go before Paramount's "Hugo" was scheduled to lock picture on Nov. 7, vfx supervisor Rob Legato went to director Martin Scorsese and told him the film's elaborate opening…
Critics and auds alike have seen it time and time again: achingly-serious foreign language Oscar submissions that seem to have been chosen for the nobility of their intentions rather than their…