A new play by a Pulitzer winner and another by a fast-rising up-and-comer are among the brewing works tapped for development as part of the National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O'Neill…
LONDON — India's Jungle Book Entertainment is targeting the U.S. market, working with Canadian producer Fred Fuchs to develop big-budget English-language TV drama "Greeks," in association with…
The American Cinema Editors announced nominations for the Feb. 16 ACE Eddie Awards in film, television and docs
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"Breakfast at Tiffany's," "A Christmas Story," "Dirty Harry" and "The Matrix" highlight an array of films deemed culturally significant enough for inclusion on the National Film Registry, Librarian…
With nary a line of dialogue between them, two films in 2012 -- "Samsara," a doc that marvels at the wonders of Earth and the idiosyncrasies of its human inhabitants, and "Blancanieves," a…
In a watery world of challenges, visual artisans are eye in storm.
Romanian-born cinematographer Mihai Malaimare, Jr. used digital formats to shoot "Youth Without Youth," "Tetro," and "Twixt Now and Sunrise" for Francis Ford Coppola.
Oscilloscope Laboratories is beefing up its digital footprint by tapping Amanda Lebow to take charge of its digital and ancillary sales. Tom Sladek, Oscilloscope's head of home entertainment, will…
Once considered the premium format for franchises like "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones," 70mm projection has become a boutique format reserved largely for retrospective screenings. But distribs of…
helmer Ron Fricke's documentary "Samsara" scored Oscilloscope Laboratories highest opening per-screen average of $38,111 during the Aug. 17-19 frame.
David Fenkel, co-founder of Oscilloscope Laboratories, is stepping down as president of the four-year-old company and will move into a consulting role, while Dan Berger and David Laub have been…