Tom Sherak, the city of Los Angeles’ new “film czar,” said that he will gather a group of about 15 industry executives and workers to help create a strategic plan to address runaway production…
At the event, every attendee is allotted 15 seconds to introduce themselves to a room of 100 to 250 entertainment bizzers before the scheduled speaker from the film, TV or music industry takes the…
Georgia's film tax credit is spinning off some unintended benefits.
In June 2009, Pinewood Studios Group signed a five-year deal to handle management, sales and marketing for recently opened Filmport Studios in Toronto, which then became known as Pinewood Toronto…
In the 10 years since Hungary introduced its production incentives, it has emerged as the leading country in Central and Eastern Europe in the race to pursue Hollywood blockbusters and upscale TV…
NBCUniversal has tapped Michael Moore as its prexy and general manager of Universal Studios Operations.
Industry expands in emerging world markets
Western filmmakers trying to navigate China's not-always-friendly bureaucracy will now have a familiar shingle helping them find their way: Raleigh Studios.
Despite Hungary's plans for a new public media law and an austerity drive, the sweeteners Hungary offers international producers are intact: its 20% tax rebate program (with additional benefits worth…
Miniseries "World Without End" will be the first production to shoot at a new mega sound stage at Hungary's Korda Studios.
Expressing confidence in the future of the film biz in Central Europe, Hollywood's Raleigh Studios is about to open a large facility in Budapest.
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