Discovery Q1 Earnings Rise But Slightly Miss Forecasts
The numbers are OK, but investors may be cranky: This is the third time in a row that Discovery Communications‘ earnings have fallen short of the Street’s projections.
Newly Declassified Memo Shows CIA Shaped Zero Dark Thirty‘s Narrative
The CIA actively, and apparently successfully, pressured Mark Boal to remove scenes that made them look bad from the script.
Regal to Let Deaf Moviegoers See What They’ve Been Missing
The nation's largest theater chain is having nearly 6,000 screens equipped this month with closed-captioning glasses developed by Sony.
Wong Kar-wai Receives Top French Cultural Prize
Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai, whose The Grandmaster is gearing up for US release later this year by TWC, has received one of the French government's biggest honors.
What Adobe Creative Cloud Is Really All About
There was a major disturbance in the Force when Adobe announced that, from here forward, products would be available via Creative Cloud only.
Academy Opens All 24 Categories to All Voting Members
For the first time ever, the Academy Governors have approved a plan to allow all voting members to vote in all 24 categories, new AMPAS president Hawk Koch told a Saturday meeting of the Academy’s members in Beverly Hills.
Spectacle: A Music Video Exhibition for the MTV Generation
Currently on display at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens, Spectacle: The Music Video is the first ever exhibition to celebrate the artform that was once the bread and butter of MTV.
Surviving a 48 Hour Film Project
I spent much of the last couple of days following around a team working on the Boston 48 Hour Film Project. I intend to write more, but here's my initial impressions.
World War Z: Is Brad Pitt Making the Most Expensive Disaster of All Time?
The negative hype surrounding Brad Pitt's zombie epic is getting worse all the time, with news of rewrites, reshoots and a budget that has ballooned above $400 million.