For most people, a trip back home is fun and relaxing, even nostalgic, but for Hopwood Depree, it was a life- and career-changing moment.
When Michigan, the state responsible for making the majority of cars on U.S. roads, can't find jobs for its autoworkers, you know film industry folk are having a tough time finding employment there…
Tropical storms aren't putting a damper on Florida film/TV production.
Carmike Cinemas exec Larry Collins has been chosen to receive the Show "E" Award at the upcoming ShowEast convention.
A strong season -- coupled with enthusiastic fan response to last year's live bigscreen broadcast -- has earned Screenvision's "Mets at the Movies" a return engagement at the Ziegfeld theater.
Hollywood-based Aussie producer Antony I. Ginnane has been elected prexy of the Screen Producers' Assn. of Australia, beating incumbent Trish Lake and contender Michael Bouchier.
Rolling off its sales hit with Palme d'Or winner "The Class," Paris-based Memento Films Intl. is driving into the acquisition of international rights on U.S. titles as its expands its geographical…
The sixth Morelia Film Festival, Mexico's showcase for new and emerging filmmakers, is growing in scale with 85 pics in competition, up 10% on 2007.
Fred Crane, the one-time actor whose Southern accent won him a slot as one of Scarlett O'Hara's beaux and the opening line in "Gone With the Wind," died Aug. 21 in Atlanta of complications from…
Swedish animated kidpic "Gnomes and Trolls: The Secret Chamber" has sold to 69 countries, according to NonStop Sales.
MGM is claiming that it is not for sale, countering a detailed report in BusinessWeek magazine that its backers are trying to unload the studio.