Typing that sentence sounds like, Oh, I casually decided to go to see a film — no! I deli
Mark Lanza, president of the Motion Picture Sound Editors, has been working from home since the coronavirus shut everything down. That’s the new norm for Lanza and many other sound editors as they learn to adapt to the pandemic.
As president of the o
"Higher-than-usual demand" for Imax screenings of library content amid cinema reopenings in such markets as China "is a potentially solid early indicator of movie-going behavior coming out of the COVID-19 industry shutdown," says B. Riley FBR's Eric
Like many, filmmakers Deon Taylor has been stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic. And like many, he’s been itching to get back to production.
Inspired by quarantine and lockdown, Taylor told his wife, producer Roxanne Avent Taylor, he was goin
As a theater chain whose business model relies on serving food and drinks during movies, the Studio Movie Grill might be facing even more challenges than the rest of the exhibition industry.
But Dallas-based Studio Movie Grill is still offering snacks
So you’re an actor.
Maybe you’re famous, maybe you’re not. Maybe you work regularly enough to support yourself, maybe you don’t, at least not yet. Maybe you were in the middle of a job when COVID-19 sent everyone home, maybe you weren’t.
It doesn’t rea
The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on the global film industry and it is becoming increasingly clear that the transformations the crisis has already triggered are very likely to establish long-term trends.
The international film scene is u
As even the year's most anticipated films face uncertainty at the box office, studios are exploring if premium video-on-demand titles could be the new business model.
The news that Warner Bros. and Disney have again delayed the releases of Christopher
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