Veteran showbiz lawyer Ian Robertson believes the new Oz 40% film and 20% TV production offset "is the most generous government incentive in the world."
Attracted by low overhead and enabled by fast computer networks, Western companies and entrepreneurs are setting up shops throughout South and East Asia, especially for high-tech production…
The Czech Republic is edging toward introducing tax incentives for filmmakers -- and not a moment too soon, as the industry struggles against increasing regional competition.
Miramax Films is moving forward with "Man Under," a spec script by Ann Cherkis.
Image Entertainment has sued Relativity Media for reneging on a 2006 homevid output deal.
After years of relative reticence, the Mouse House is strutting over its animation slate once again.
Robert De Niro, Drew Barrymore, Kate Beckinsale and Sam Rockwell are set to star in the Kirk Jones-directed "Everybody's Fine."
Screen Gems is planning a hip-hop musical reimagining of Jane Austen's classic novel "Emma" for the bigscreen.
Post-strike TV production in Hollywood is getting back on its feet -- with the exception of pilots, production of which remains well behind the levels of a year ago, according to permitting agency…
The Mouse House is building new wings all over the world and discovering fresh ways to dice up its cheese.
United Artists and MGM have pushed back the release of Bryan Singer's Tom Cruise starrer "Valkyrie" from Oct. 3 to Feb. 13.