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  • Digital Home Entertainment to Exceed Physical by 2016, Study Finds

    Box office and digital revenue will climb steadily over the next five years, but rentals and sales of DVDs and other discs will fall sharply, according to a report released Wednesday by PwC. In a sign that the future will be streamed and downloaded,...
  • In Sacramento, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti talks water, film tax credit

    In Sacramento, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti talks water, film tax credit
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti met with Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders Thursday in his first visit to the Capitol since taking office. Water infrastructure and a proposed film tax credit were at the top of the day's agenda. Garcetti is...
  • China and India Start Dialogue on Film

    HONG KONG - China and India, two of the world's biggest movie-producing countries, have begun tentative talks on film industry co-operation. This week a Chinese delegation led by Jiang Jianguo, vice minister at the State Administration for Press,...
  • Zombies in Happy Valley? Just another film shoot in Santa Clarita

     Zombies in Happy Valley? Just another film shoot in Santa Clarita
    A group of Boy Scouts huddled behind a Humvee on a quiet residential street. They had just returned from a camping trip to find that their suburban community had been overtaken — by the walking dead. As they quietly crossed the street into one...
  • Nina Lacour's 'Everything Leads to You' captures young love in L.A.

    Nina Lacour's 'Everything Leads to You' captures young love in L.A.
    Nina LaCour's new novel, "Everything Leads to You," is a modern Los Angeles love story in which friendship and attraction cross lines of class, ethnicity and sexuality and where young people find real pleasure, drama and creative possibilities in work....
  • DreamWorks films looks to TV industry for CEO

    DreamWorks films looks to TV industry for CEO
    The next chief executive of Steven Spielberg's film company, DreamWorks Studios, is coming from the TV industry. Departing Turner Broadcasting executive Michael Wright will join the film studio at the beginning of next year. He will succeed CEO and Co-...
  • Youku Tudou CEO Victor Koo Talks Streaming Company's Cross-Platform Plans

    Youku Tudou, China's leading online video platform, is expanding into financing and screening of original content. Last year, it backed Andy Lau actioner "Firestorm," while this month it is launching 20 new TV series. On Aug. 28, it announced the...
  • Hollywood's summer slate elicits a collective yawn from filmgoers

    Hollywood's summer slate elicits a collective yawn from filmgoers
    Not even superheroes could save Hollywood this summer. The movie industry suffered its worst May-to-Labor Day season since 1997, after adjusting for inflation. U.S. ticket sales dropped 15% compared with last summer. It was a disappointment for an...
  • MPAA's Chris Dodd invites film commissioners to summit on incentives

    MPAA's Chris Dodd invites film commissioners to summit on incentives
    As California legislators worked toward a landmark deal that would more than triple annual funding for California’s film and TV tax credit program, Hollywood’s chief lobbyist invited film commissioners around the country to attend “an...
  • California film tax credit is money well spent

    To the editor: The otherwise fine article on the debate about film tax rebates perpetuates one important misconception about the situation in California. ("Are film tax credits cost effective?," Aug. 30) The legislative analyst's office did indeed...
  • North Carolina cutting film tax credit program

    Even as California looks to substantially boost funding for its film tax credit, North Carolina may be exiting the Hollywood stage. North Carolina was among the first states to offer film tax credits. The state's incentives, low labor costs and varied...