Weinstein Co. Wins Philomena Ratings Appeal to MPAA
The Weinstein Company has won its formal appeal on the MPAA’s initial decision to hand their upcoming awards contender Philomena an R rating, thereby revising it to a PG-13.
Mission: Impossible 5 Set for Christmas Day 2015 Release
It looks like Christmas 2015 is going to be a very busy time for J.J. Abrams.
DMG, Washington State Team on Chinese TV Drama to Shoot in Seattle
With Hollywood increasingly headed to China, here’s a twist: A Chinese TV series is about to set up shop in the Pacific Northwest.
There seems to be this idea that co-productions will make things better for VFX facilities, but what did it do for Rhythm & Hues and CafeFX?
Andy Kaufman’s Brother Says Comedian is Alive, in Love and Has a Daughter
He claims the "Taxi" star, who officially died of cancer in 1984, faked his own death "to get away from being Andy Kaufman."
Chinese Groups, MPAA Declare Joint Action Against Online Piracy
The aim of the effort is to fight online video infringement on PCs and mobile devices in the massive country where illegal access to content is rampant.
Netflix and YouTube Rule Online Video While Hulu and Amazon Barely Register
Netflix continues to be by far the biggest source for residential internet traffic in North America, and the company is starting to have an impact on Europe’s ISPs as well.
The Richest and Poorest Shows on Network TV
The Dunphys of Modern Family might not eat at Bob’s Burgers—and fans of the shows might not eat at the same restaurants, either.
Three Reasons Why It Is Bad Business to Be a Cinematographer
I've come to the conclusion, after a lot of soul searching, that it is bad business to be a cinematographer. That is not to say that I do not love what I do.
Five Things to Learn from the 1966 2001: A Space Odyssey Making-Of
This 20-minute video is a rare and precious archive that you will have a blast watching and can learn a lot from to better understand in what context Stanley Kubrick made this movie, and how it happened.