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  • L.A. area sees surge in location shoots for TV shows

    L.A. area sees surge in location shoots for TV shows
    TV production continued to steal the show in the third quarter, as location shoots for television shows surged in the Los Angeles area. Shoots for television programs on city and county streets jumped 31% in the period compared with the same time a year...
  • Steven Spielberg to Shoot Scenes for 'St. James Place' in Poland: Report

    LONDON -- Steven Spielberg will shoot scenes for Cold War thriller "St. James Place," starring Tom Hanks, in Wroclaw, Poland in November, according to a report in Film New Europe. The pic is a U.S.-German co-production based on a script written by the...
  • Hozier is one of the year's breakout acts

    Hozier is one of the year's breakout acts
    In some respects, time hasn’t been on Hozier’s side recently. He was only in town for three or four hours while performing at Lollapalooza, preventing him from checking out the Chicago blues that influenced him or seeing sights from “The...
  • Weta Digital: Peter Jackson's VFX Company is About 'Immersive Filmmaking'

    Weta Digital is observing its 20th anniversary this year, but the celebration is low-key, because the team is too busy to rest on its laurels. Top priorities include "The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies," the culmination of 17 years and six films in...
  • Peter Jackson's Companies Offer Every Step for Filmmakers

    In the past two decades, Peter Jackson and his team have created five companies to service every aspect of filmmaking. These are among the most accomplished but misunderstood film companies in the world. That's because each was started without any...
  • L.M. Kit Carson, Co-Writer of 'Paris, Texas,' Dies at 73

    Screenwriter, actor and author L.M. Kit Carson, who adapted Wim Wenders' "Paris, Texas" and helped Wes Anderson launch his first film "Bottle Rocket," died Monday after a long illness. He was 73. Palme d'Or winner "Paris, Texas" was created by playwright...
  • TV production in L.A. jumps 31% in the third quarter

    TV production in L.A. jumps 31% in the third quarter
    TV production continued to steal the show in the third quarter, as on location shoots for television shows surged in the Los Angeles area. Even as local feature film production continued to fall, shoots for television programs jumped 31% in the third...
  • PopPolitics: Morgan Spurlock Tackles The Economy (Listen)

    On the latest edition of "PopPolitics," Variety's new show on SiriusXM's POTUS Channel, director Morgan Spurlock talks about his latest project, "We the Economy," in which he convinced directors and other entertainment figures like Adrian Grenier,...
  • 'Fury': How does its box office stack up against other WWII epics?

    "Fury," writer-director David Ayer's World War II drama starring Brad Pitt as the steely leader of an American tank crew, rolled into a box-office battle over the weekend and emerged victorious once the smoke cleared. Taking in an estimated $23.5...
  • Malibu's royalty squabbles over growth

    Malibu's royalty squabbles over growth
    Dueling millionaires and ex-mayors. Foaming mad celebrities. Cries of corruption. Stolen campaign signs. Mayhem in City Council chambers. Good Lord, you've gotta love Malibu, which finds itself at war over a November ballot measure that proposes to...
  • German Cocktail at Mipcom Attracts TV and Digital Industry Leaders

    During the TV market Mipcom, the German TV and digital industries held their traditional German MIP Cocktail, to which were invited many players from the international TV biz. The hosts of the cocktail, which was held on Oct. 13 at Grand Beach La Plage...