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“Duck Dynasty” made news twice this week, attracting boffo, record-breaking ratings in its return on Wednesday night, and scoring a sizable pay raise for the participants, according to Deadline. All…
An endearing portrait of the kind of age-old family farm that's becoming extinct in today's mass-production marketplace, "The Moo Man" focuses on a dairy farm near England's southeastern coast and…
Disney Channel has ordered a third season of "A.N.T. Farm," the most popular show on TV in its timeslot among kids 6-11 and 9-14.
TORONTO -- The Film Farm founders Simone Urdl and Jennifer Weiss announced Tuesday that respected Toronto line producer Stephen Traynor is now a partner in the company and will produce Atom Egoyan's…
Warm, spirited and occasionally slathered in goo, "Birth Story" is a celebratory tribute to the endangered art of midwifery and its most influential practitioner, Ina May Gaskin.
Michael Biehn has joined forces with director Xavier Gens to produce three grindhouse films, launching the partnership with "The Farm."
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Two projects from the development slate of visual-effects studio Rhythm & Hues are moving toward production as the company moves away from being strictly a vendor and looks to become a producer.
Cultural historians will note that Fox's reality show "The Simple Life" -- which placed Paris Hilton on a farm -- was inspired by "Green Acres," the sitcom where a gal said "goodbye city life" for…
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