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  • California Incentives Bill Urges Trade Action to Curb Flight of VFX Jobs

    An amendment to proposed legislation to expand California's film and TV tax credit urges trade action as a response to countries that have lured visual effects firms away with the promise of generous subsidies. The amendment calls call for a strategy...
  • North Carolina Film-TV Incentives Sliced Amid Conservative Tide

    North Carolina legislators have ditched the state's longtime film and TV incentives program amid a conservative push to cut back on such government support. "We knew that this would be an uphill battle and we were cautiously optimistic," said Johnny...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley
    DAY TRIPPIN' •Philadelphia, city murals, Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Reading Terminal Market, Sept. 18. $72. Downton Abbey Costume Exhibit, Winterthur Museum, Oct. 15. $65. "Crazy for You," Dutch Apple Theatre, lunch, Oct. 16. $95....
  • Richard Attenborough dies at 90; actor directed, produced 'Gandhi'

    Lord Richard Attenborough, the respected British actor and Academy Award-winning director of “Gandhi,” the multiple-Oscar-winning best picture of 1982, has died. He was 90. Attenborough died Sunday, his son Michael told the BBC in London....
  • British director, 'Jurassic Park' actor Richard Attenborough dead at 90

    British director, 'Jurassic Park' actor Richard Attenborough dead at 90
    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Richard Attenborough, who was honored for his helming and production of the 1982 Oscar best picture "Gandhi" but was best known to American audiences for his role in Steven Spielberg's "Jurassic Park" and its first sequel as...
  • Richard Attenborough Appreciation: A Legacy Beyond 'Gandhi'

    To many in the entertainment industry, Richard Attenborough will always be synonymous with "Gandhi," which is understandable. The filmmaker, who died Sunday at 90, directed only a dozen films, and none of them matched his 1982 bio-epic. But...
  • Attenborough, the actor, outshone Attenborough, the director

    Attenborough, the actor, outshone Attenborough, the director
    Across the history of the Academy Awards, certain films have been rewarded as best picture of their respective years for two big reasons: scale of ambition, and personal financial risk. Producer Michael Todd went into hock up to his earlobes making...
  • San Sebastian Reveals Zabaltegi Lineup

    BARCELONA -- Ulrich Seidl's "In the Basement," Kaouther Ben Hania's "Challat of Tunis," and Andrew Huculiak's "Violent" will screen at the 62nd San Sebastian Festival's Zabaltegi sidebar, section, which this year highlights a swathe of documentaries or...
  • Russian Cinema: Local Pics Up VFX Ante

    Russian audiences have an enthusiasm for 3D, large formats and visual effects, says Paul Heth, CEO of leading Russian exhibition chain Karo. That lines up Russians with audiences in much of the world, where such spectacle films lead the box office....
  • Brian Grazer Shares Career Tips With French Producers at Deauville Fest

    While in Deauville to receive an homage and present his James Brown biopic "Get on Up," Hollywood producer Brian Grazer shared thoughts and wise advice on moviemaking with French producers during a discussion hosted by the PGA, the French Producers...
  • Televisa USA Nabs Rights to Anne Rice's 'Sleeping Beauty' Erotica Series

    Televisa USA has woken Anne Rice's "The Sleeping Beauty" books from their slumber and has acquired the English-language television and digital rights to the author's popular erotica series. The books, which were published in the 1980s under the pseudonym...