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Los Angeles' new mayor has vowed to help staunch the flow of film and TV production jobs out of Hollywood, starting with the appointment of a film czar at City Hall.
The nominations for the 2013 Tony Awards shaped up into a head-to-head battle between drag queens and little girls, with musical "Kinky Boots" leading the pack with 13 noms and "Matilda," with 12…
Hoping to win back production from cities like New York, the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday gave the greenlight to a plan to waive fees it charges for TV pilot location shooting, with no charges…
Location and design mavens on 'Argo' and 'Zero Dark Thirty' simulated tense foreign interventions by the U.S.
Location pros who worked on Ben Affleck's "Argo," HBO's "Luck," indie feature "Hitchcock" and a commercial for action sports footware maker DC Shoes shared the honors at the 2012 California On…
Locations managers open up about their favorite projects, new shoots and biggest challenges.
A quietly contemplative, deliberately paced tale of renewal and redemption, "A Year in Mooring" sails smoothly, if not downright defiantly, far beyond the commercial mainstream.
Set in the '70s and endowed with the era's crime-drama muscle, "Kill the Irishman" also suffers from the period's proclivity for cloying sentiment and a tendency to Robin Hood-ize its story of a…
The National Theater leads the pack with 17 nominations in the Society of London Theaters' newly relaunched Olivier Awards, set to take place at the Theater Royal Drury Lane on March 13.
Neither cold nor hard, "CA$H!" is a low-key, borderline-boring dramedy about how money makes pathetic those along all points of the food chain.
First rule of thumb in courtroom dramas, most writing coaches would say, is to avoid courtroom scenes. They tend to make the action static and limit the drama that can better be explained through…