Netflix may have created a binge-viewing monster. Beginning Thursday, Machinima has offered up all 10 episodes in the second season of Web series "Mortal Kombat: Legacy," embracing the way streaming…
Mark Steines, now co-host of Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family," admits he had no inkling that Burnett was destined to lead the charge on the contemporary wave of reality programming.
Dustin Lance Black, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of "Milk," wrote a play called "8," which has been performed around the country more than 400 times, chronicling the trial over California's ban on…
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Licensing theatrical movies to TV goes back more than a half century, but it's suddenly a hotbed of change requiring strategic thinking.
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A bad dad and his hapless family head for a cabin in the snowy woods with all the usual consequences in "The Path."
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More than just a local showcase, Mid East events are starting to capture global attention.
Beautiful artwork and a powerful story are the key elements of animated docu "Crulic -- The Path to Beyond."
Handsomely photographed tale is predictably filled with mesmerizingly barren landscapes, long silent stretches and short moments of grace.
After his 2006 CalArts graduate thesis film "Analog Days" played festivals, Ott "wasted two years meeting with producer types who are never really going to make a movie," he recalls.