Film trade relations between China and the rest of the world have not been normalized, says the Independent Film & Television Alliance.
Midday drizzle provided some relief from California’s parching drought but it was the Golden State’s withering visual effects industry in focus as visual effects artists took to the streets of…
With the announcement of Technicolor’s plans to consolidate and expand its Montreal post-production and visual effects operations, Technicolor Digital Productions president Tim Sarnoff spoke to…
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Software giant Autodesk is shifting to pay-as-you-go “rental” licenses for much of its most popular software for visual effects, animation and content creation. The new plans permit customers to buy…
After months of haggling, Hollywood will finally be getting paid for its films released in China. “We are pleased to hear that the Chinese government has addressed the matter and all money due will…
Foreign subsidies on visual-effects work may be enough to trigger World Trade Organization “anti-subsidy duty” rules that would impose a tariff on those vfx when they’re imported into the U.S.…
The Visual Effects Society’s 2013 white paper on the state of the global visual effects industry paints an image of a sector under siege that must heal its internal problems if it’s to survive the…
Jackoway has a hand in virtually all aspects of entertainment biz transactions in his role as head of one of showbiz's most prosperous law firms.
"Death by China" paints a frightening vision of an evil, totalitarian government aiming weapons of economic destruction at the U.S. while massively building up its military capability.
China's decision to allow more foreign films and to change the terms creates "a new ceiling" in China-Hollywood negotiations, and should encourage the industry to re-examine some of its production…
The World Trade Organization will discuss China's failure to meet last week's deadline to implement its ruling against restrictions on foreign companies distributing copyrighted goods including…