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  • Venice Fest adds 3D prize
    Tuesday July 28th 2009

    ROME – The Venice Film festival on Monday announced plans for a new sideline award for the festival’s best Stereoscopic 3D film, adding a cutting-edge aspect to the world’s oldest film festival. The festival also said that this year’s festival, the 66th, will feature a new screening facility, the Sala[…]

  • 20th Century Props closes shop
    Tuesday July 28th 2009

    Lions, tigers and T. rex? Thousands of obscure and prominent props are on the auction block as Harvey Schwartz’s 20th Century Props closes its doors after 40 years. The auction is a rare glimpse into the work behind the magic of Hollywood, and a bizarre place where safari animals, mermaids[…]

  • Hollywood turns up heat in San Diego
    Tuesday July 28th 2009

    SAN DIEGO – Hollywood rolled out the red carpet in San Diego, hosting more than a dozen parties for the celebrities and filmmakers attending Comic-Con over the weekend. As was the case in previous years, Entertainment Weekly and Syfy continued to close out the confab with the hottest ticket, a[…]

  • 25 films, TV series to get CA incentives
    Tuesday July 28th 2009

    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has announced the first 25 film and television productions to qualify for California’s production incentive, less than a month after the state started accepting applications for the funds. The state’s five-year, $500 million tax credit program covers 20% of below-the-line expenses for productions of up to $75 million. It can be sweetened to 25% of expenses for indie feature productions of up to $10 million — and for all existing TV shows that relocate to California.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 07/24/09 to 07/26/09
    Monday July 27th 2009

    FilmTotalG-Force, BV$31,706,934Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, WB$29,462,187The Ugly Truth, Sony$27,605,576Orphan, WB$12,871,483Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Fox$8,408,430Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, P/DW$8,124,427The Hangover, WB$6,461,370The Proposal, BV$6,379,926Public Enemies, Uni.$4,352,650Bruno, Uni.$2,832,870

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Archives for: July 20095
  • Venice Fest adds 3D prize
    Tuesday July 28th 2009

    ROME – The Venice Film festival on Monday announced plans for a new sideline award for the festival’s best Stereoscopic 3D film, adding a cutting-edge aspect to the world’s oldest film festival. The festival also said that this year’s festival, the 66th, will feature a new screening facility, the Sala[…]

  • 20th Century Props closes shop
    Tuesday July 28th 2009

    Lions, tigers and T. rex? Thousands of obscure and prominent props are on the auction block as Harvey Schwartz’s 20th Century Props closes its doors after 40 years. The auction is a rare glimpse into the work behind the magic of Hollywood, and a bizarre place where safari animals, mermaids[…]

  • Hollywood turns up heat in San Diego
    Tuesday July 28th 2009

    SAN DIEGO – Hollywood rolled out the red carpet in San Diego, hosting more than a dozen parties for the celebrities and filmmakers attending Comic-Con over the weekend. As was the case in previous years, Entertainment Weekly and Syfy continued to close out the confab with the hottest ticket, a[…]

  • 25 films, TV series to get CA incentives
    Tuesday July 28th 2009

    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has announced the first 25 film and television productions to qualify for California’s production incentive, less than a month after the state started accepting applications for the funds. The state’s five-year, $500 million tax credit program covers 20% of below-the-line expenses for productions of up to $75 million. It can be sweetened to 25% of expenses for indie feature productions of up to $10 million — and for all existing TV shows that relocate to California.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 07/24/09 to 07/26/09
    Monday July 27th 2009

    FilmTotalG-Force, BV$31,706,934Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, WB$29,462,187The Ugly Truth, Sony$27,605,576Orphan, WB$12,871,483Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Fox$8,408,430Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, P/DW$8,124,427The Hangover, WB$6,461,370The Proposal, BV$6,379,926Public Enemies, Uni.$4,352,650Bruno, Uni.$2,832,870

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: July 20095
  • Venice Fest adds 3D prize
    Tuesday July 28th 2009

    ROME – The Venice Film festival on Monday announced plans for a new sideline award for the festival’s best Stereoscopic 3D film, adding a cutting-edge aspect to the world’s oldest film festival. The festival also said that this year’s festival, the 66th, will feature a new screening facility, the Sala[…]

  • 20th Century Props closes shop
    Tuesday July 28th 2009

    Lions, tigers and T. rex? Thousands of obscure and prominent props are on the auction block as Harvey Schwartz’s 20th Century Props closes its doors after 40 years. The auction is a rare glimpse into the work behind the magic of Hollywood, and a bizarre place where safari animals, mermaids[…]

  • Hollywood turns up heat in San Diego
    Tuesday July 28th 2009

    SAN DIEGO – Hollywood rolled out the red carpet in San Diego, hosting more than a dozen parties for the celebrities and filmmakers attending Comic-Con over the weekend. As was the case in previous years, Entertainment Weekly and Syfy continued to close out the confab with the hottest ticket, a[…]

  • 25 films, TV series to get CA incentives
    Tuesday July 28th 2009

    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has announced the first 25 film and television productions to qualify for California’s production incentive, less than a month after the state started accepting applications for the funds. The state’s five-year, $500 million tax credit program covers 20% of below-the-line expenses for productions of up to $75 million. It can be sweetened to 25% of expenses for indie feature productions of up to $10 million — and for all existing TV shows that relocate to California.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 07/24/09 to 07/26/09
    Monday July 27th 2009

    FilmTotalG-Force, BV$31,706,934Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, WB$29,462,187The Ugly Truth, Sony$27,605,576Orphan, WB$12,871,483Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Fox$8,408,430Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, P/DW$8,124,427The Hangover, WB$6,461,370The Proposal, BV$6,379,926Public Enemies, Uni.$4,352,650Bruno, Uni.$2,832,870

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