In the editing room, there's no substitute to having options (and plenty of them) for reaction shots.
Oprah Winfrey not only addressed the press Thursday at the Television Critics Assn. confab in Pasadena, she noshed with them as well.
At Saturday's Palm Springs Film Fest Gala, board chairman Harold Matzner boasted that the evening was now No. 3 (behind Oscar and Globes) in terms of glamour and global attention.
Long-time Coen brothers' supervising sound editor Skip Lievsay showed he could convey both the expanse and desolation of the American West in his Oscar-nominated work on "No Country for Old Men."
News Corp. is expanding its lobbying efforts in Washington, adding two government affairs execs who previously worked for the National Assn. of Broadcasters.
Oliver Stone, Michael Mann and Baz Luhrmann took the stage at Panasonic's booth on Friday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to help Fox Home Entertainment praise the benefits of Blu-ray.
There's a long history in film of finished musical scores being rushed to the final mixing stage and then being shoehorned in amid the dialog and effects in a sometimes contentious battle over sonic…
In a week of slumping Broadway B.O., "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" knocked top dog "Wicked" out of its accustomed place at the head of the weekly top 10.
Just as it did with the Emmys, Audi once again made sure it was the first to host a party to kick off awards show week
One would expect that "Unstoppable," with a runaway train as a central character, would require many hours of original recordings to capture the multiplicity of sounds emanating from every part of…
Dexter Darden, Claire Holt, Ashley Argota, Gia Mantegna and Luke Kleintank.