Gains in the mainstay TV category have fueled an 8.6% jump in second-quarter location shooting in Los Angeles to 12,173 permitted days. The small-screen increases, announced Tuesday by the FilmL.A…
When Johnny Carson moved "The Tonight Show" from Manhattan to Los Angeles in 1972, with the state's then-first lady Nancy Reagan among his early guests, it wasn't as much a blow to jobs as it was to…
Gains in the mainstay TV and feature film categories have fueled a 17.6% jump in first-quarter location shooting in Los Angeles. The first-quarter gains, announced Wednesday by the FilmL.A…
Location filming in Los Angeles surged to its highest level of the year last week, thanks to major gains in TV and spots.
Production in Los Angeles has heated up during the fall, with seven straight weeks of increased activity capped by one of the highest totals of the year.
Hollywood's offlot production chilled in all categories during the third quarter, sliding 3.9% from the 2011 period, as runaway production continued to take a toll on local shooting.
Aiming to keep TV production from fleeing Hollywood, the city of Los Angeles could ditch permit and use fees for shooting TV pilots in time for next year's pilot season.
Off-lot production in the Los Angeles area increased by 15% last year, thanks largely to unexpected fourth-quarter gains in feature production and TV along with a surge in commercial shooting.
Paul Audley has been named president of FilmL.A.
FilmL.A. has selected veteran exec Paul Audley as its president, filling the post left vacant when Steve MacDonald ankled last spring.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures