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Ghostbusters: An Inside Look 30 Years Later

Ghostbusters can be easily labeled as one of the most iconic comedies of all time.

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Amazon’s Fall Pilots

Those quickly tiring of re-runs or running out of new shows to watch over the summer can rejoice.

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Director Michael Dowse on the Art of the Romantic Comedy

Making Harry meet Sally is no easy feat: romantic comedies are a tough genre to tackle in a way that feels fresh and fun.

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The Lonely Island Gears Up for the Big Screen

The Lonely Island is headed for the big screen!

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China Wants to Create its Own Cannes

China’s continued interest and growth in the film industry sees no end in sight.

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GoPro Goes Public

Wall Street just dove into DIY filmmaking by investing in a camera you can take anywhere, even to its trading floor.  GoPro’s CEO and Founder Nick Woodman recently brought the company to the trading floor, where it went public and pushed beyond predicted expectations.

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The Power of the POV

For an audience a point-of-view shot can be one of the most effective ways of getting into a character’s perspective.

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"Ballers" Set to Film in Florida

Florida, after playing host to Dwayne Johnson in Pain and Gain, is about to get a second visit from the star for his shoot on the new television series Ballers.

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Georgia’s Filming For the Fiscal Year Passes One Billion Mark

The last year has been a booming one for Georgia’s increasingly large presence as a filming location: their 2013-2014 fiscal year saw giant numbers with productions spending 1.4 billion dollars.

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Berlin Gets New Studio Backlot

Filmmaker and artist friendly Berlin is about to get an upgrade on their studio space in Potsdam.

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