I'm very optimistic about hiring opportunities in Hollywood, even though they've been reduced because of the current economic crisis," says Stacy Milner. "Every single day, I'm still sending people…
Hiring freezes and downsizing abound, but some sectors of the industry remain relatively understaffed.
British writer David Peace, who struggled for years to get his novels published, is finding U.K. film execs clamoring to adapt his work.
Russian film producers are looking to the safe harbor of state funding as the storms of the global recession decimate television and other sources of backing for movies.
While Bollywood talent plots the way into Hollywood, the road is becoming a two-way street, albeit in a small way.
It was less than a month ago that Danny Boyle's "Slumdog Millionaire" jumped the $200 million mark at the worldwide box office in the wake of its top Oscar wins.
With the economy in the tank and corporate sponsors in retreat, it's not easy running a film festival these days.
Tom Stoppard's 1993 play "Arcadia" returns to the West End later this spring in a production helmed by David Leveaux.
If it's true that serious times demand serious fare, a new golden age of docus may be on the horizon.
Brittany Snow is toplining indie drama "Walks" along with RZA, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jessica Szohr and Rumer Willis.