With primetime shows cropping up online everywhere from iTunes to Google to MySpace, 2006 is going down as the year the networks went digital. But just as it seems anything can be watched almost at…
The explosion of production incentives around the U.S. is a big boost to producers looking for soft financing that's closer to home. From Providence to Phoenix, it seems many state legislatures can't…
An investment-led boom in local production is resulting in fierce competition for screens in South Korea. The territory, although netting a record $535 million in theatrical receipts in the first…
Chanel or Versace? Harry Winston or Tiffany? Limousine or compact hybrid? For as long as there has been award shows, transportation needed to be only three things: big, black and elegant. Horse-drawn…
For years, U.S. pics ruled supreme overseas. Now, the throne is beginning to show cracks. This sea change is certain to be the topic of conversation as buyers and sellers come together at the…
A new wave of local product vying for screens and dramatically rising prices for TV ads are driving up the release costs of bigger indie product in Russia. These are two of the key problems facing…
In Robert Altman's "The Player," studio comer Larry Levy tells rival Griffin Mill they can get together right after his AA meeting. "Larry, I didn't realize you had a drinking problem," says Mill…
A rundown of the market panels and seminars. All take place at Le Merigot Hotel in Santa Monica, unless noted otherwise.
The digital revolution is in full swing Down Under and wreaking havoc with traditional economic models and revenue streams.
Digital and wireless rights trading is generating a lot more talk than actual revenue, but industryites say deals are being made.