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"The Interview" Still Streaming Steadily

The Interview is still making headlines. The film had a rocky start after Sony Pictures documents and emails were leaked, the movie had its release plans briefly cancelled because of fears that North Korea could attack theaters in revenge for an unattractive portrayal of Kim Jong-un.

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Editor Sandra Adair Talks "Boyhood"

Boyhood was one of the most talked about movies of the year amongst the filmmaking community for its genius real life span of twelve years following a boy’s transition into adulthood.

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Universal Studios Set to Produce Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs Script

It’s no surprise that Aaron Sorkin, one of Hollywood’s top scribes, would pen a script that has studios making swift moves to claim it.

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Costume Designer Steven Noble Dresses "The Theory of Everything"

Costume design calls for careful attention to detail and character growth, especially when it involves recreating a well-loved true story.

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Production Designer Jess Gonchor on Foxcatcher

The work of production designers involves carefully crafting the filmic world of a story, and in Foxcatcher, that world is stylishly eerie.

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Lionsgate and CBS Films Strike Distribution Deal

Lionsgate has continually become a powerhouse since the addition of their Hunger Games franchise, and they’ve just locked in a new deal that will further their growth.

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Top Screenwriters Talk Adaptation

Penning a script that will be adored by just the right audience is enough of a challenge in itself, but adapting a screenplay from a popular book poses even more difficulties.

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L.A. Hosts AFCI Locations Show

logoThe Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI) recently held their annual Locations Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Film commissioners flew in from across the globe to provide attendees with information regarding the funds, financial incentives and services essential for film and television production.

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