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.
As worldwide distribution and co-production deals generate more coin for TV drama production, they up the ante for production values as well as in the race for the Creative Arts Emmys. Captured on…
Hollywood will see a new awards show next year — with no collision with the Oscars — as the Location Managers Guild of America preps to launch its first awards ceremonies with a tentative date of…
Location manager David Israel was flying some 35,000 feet above Arizona when he began scouting New Orleans locations for director McG's since-shelved Universal feature "Ouija" in June of 2011.
A quick guide to the key players in the Puerto Rican film industry.
The Southern California community of Cerritos is the first city to participate in the Launching the Zone program of the Location Managers Guild of America.
The City of Angels, where the American film industry grew and prospered, is bedeviled by rivals trying to steal it away. "Los Angeles is finding itself in a position of having to compete globally for…
It's one of the great puzzles of production: How do location managers capture and believably convey one locale when shooting in another?
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