As actors continue to picket for a better contract, some Hollywood workers are forced to make tough decisions.
Base Media and iQiyi see potential for a creative edge in a competitive market. But U.S. clients worry about copyright infringement.
Eve Leonard says her transition from education to entertainment has been eye-opening and satisfying.
Some small production studios want to expand the presence of people of color among Hollywood directors and writers.
A generous tax break has attracted American moviemakers to the U.K., but the measure has its critics.
With the Sundance Festival finally back in person, filmmakers have high hopes for distribution deals
The majority of films debuting at Sundance are still in need of wide distribution. Some believe having the festival in person for the first time since 2020 will help.
Between surprise hits and the push and pull of streaming, Stephanie Silverman says theaters still have lessons to learn.
Olivia Van Dyke, CEO of Film Logic Customs Brokers, talks about the unique challenges of shipping the things that make movie magic happen.
“It really is beginning to look — dare I say it — a little normal,” said the executive director of Nashville’s Belcourt Theatre.