VidCon, the Internet-video convention staging its sixth annual meet-up in July, announced that its speaker lineup this year will be headlined by Vessel founder and CEO Jason Kilar, Twitter TV and…
VidCon, the annual confab that draw thousands of YouTube fans yearning to meet digital stars in person, will add more of a biz flavor next year. Set to run July 23-25, VidCon 2015 will expand to take…
By welcoming Internet series, Taormina is putting itself at the forefront of international fests showcasing Web-based or cross-platform content alongside titles made for theatrical. Last year…
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YouTube has ponied up to be title sponsor of VidCon, confab for Internet video fans, creators and digital bizzers, for the next two years. Major vidsite's premium sponsorship will give it a bigger…
After years in litigation, the estate of Hank Williams is making a trove of more than 200 unique radio and concert performances by the late country music icon available for film, TV and advertising…
As some lament physical DVD declines, others foresee digital goldmine
Richard Linklater's "Before Midnight," Michael Winterbottom's "The Look of Love," David Gordon Green's "Prince Avalanche," Park Chan-wook's "Stoker" and first-timer Joseph Gordon-Levitt's "Don Jon's…
$2.6 billion in election TV ad spending spells stimulus for broadcasters.
A well-crafted if overly schematic drama, "The Green" probes homophobia and the usual guilty-until-proven-innocent reaction to child-abuse charges.
Reminiscent of last year's "La Mission" in pitting a macho Latino dad against an only child's emerging sexual identity, writer-director Rashaad Ernesto Green's first feature, "Gun Hill Road," is…
"Green Acres" updated with a corporate-tycoon-gets-humbling-comeuppance twist.