Mark Kamps, a supervising sound editor at Technicolor and adjunct professor in the Recording Arts Department at Loyola Marymount, died Aug. 24 in Ventura, Calif.
Markets & Festivals
She's the proud winner of two Emmys and two Tonys, but Bebe Neuwirth is a terp at heart. "Acting and singing are what I do," she says. "But a dancer is what I am."
With 125 years of service under its belt, the Actors Fund has built up enormous good will among industry pros. In 2006, the Fund's help extended to 8,000 people in 46 states, but those who have been…
Organizers at Abu Dhabi's inaugural Middle East Intl. Film Festival, set to unspool Oct. 14-19, unveiled plans for their ambitious Film Financing Conference. The conference will take place during…
It may be the only time in showbiz history that entertainment companies had major victories but did nothing to trumpet them.
Producers have canceled the Los Angeles run of Sarah Jones' one-woman show "Bridge & Tunnel."
Audiences are staying sweet on Nadine Labaki's "Caramel." Pic, about five Lebanese women working in a Beirut beauty salon, has already garnered 370,000 admissions in France and a further 70,000…
Gearing up to celebrate its 25th anniversary, the Miami International Film Fest has beefed up its programming team with the appointment of two veteran film programmers, Eleonora Granata and Kreingsak…
Mexican media conglom Televisa, the biggest producer of Spanish-language content, is celebrating its 50th anniversary of producing telenovelas -- with a telenovela about telenovelas.
For the political prisoners jailed on the infamous Robben Island off the coast of apartheid South Africa during the 1960s and 70s, playing soccer -- often on the sly using rolled-up rags for balls -…
The powerful duopoly held by RCN and Caracol TV in Colombia will be shattered on February 2009 when a third terrestrial channel is slated to launch.