As the independent sector continues to navigate choppy waters, a number of savvy sales and finance outfits are leaning on film funds and credit facilities to give themselves a competitive edge.
In the past few years, dozens of startups have emerged looking to cash in by delivering TV-related content to couch potatoes. But it hasn't been a path to overwhelming success.
"The Wizard of Oz: The Official 75th Anniversary Companion" authors Jay Scarfone and William Stillman admit in their foreword that they had a formidable task, so they gave themselves strict criteria…
Bye-bye Blockbuster: Dish Network said Wednesday it will close all of the video rental chain’s remaining U.S. stores, as well as its DVD-by-mail business by early next year. Dish, which bought…
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In today's unscripted landscape, where copycat formats spring up like weeds, this year brings to mind a classic adage: "Nothing ventured, Nothing gained."
Attention, Hollywood Boulevard drivers. The AFI Fest presented by Audi will likely tie up the blocks around the Chinese Theater even worse than usual.
Celebs, execs and athletes put their fortunes and their day-to-day lives in the capable hands of these trusted advisers.
Not long ago it seemed that Vancouver was facing a significant production slowdown. Some companies closed, or, like Rockstar Games, left in pursuit of better incentives elsewhere.
Pinewood has partnered with Sony, which opened its Digital Motion Picture Center at the studio's headquarters near London. The unit will provide hands-on training for cinematographers and other crew…
The crossover success of at least one Mexican film, along with plans in place for another local hit to make its way north, have Mexico's bizzers thinking big, and targeting the U.S. as fertile ground…