This year’s Los Angeles 48 Hour Film Project takes place August 2-4. If you’re unfamiliar with the competition, its apt name is a good place to start. The competition began as a filmmaking experiment between friends and now claims to be the “oldest and largest timed... READ
This year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, or “the Fringe,” starts next Friday, and with it comes the opportunity for performers to participate in what it calls “the single biggest celebration of arts and culture on the planet,” a claim backed by some impressive stats.... READ
There is always an opportunity to immerse yourself in your acting community. We’ve got your July weekends mapped out with classes, film festivals, movie screenings and more! JULY 5-7 CLASSES AND Q&As Casting Access: BRIAN HILL – (Los Angeles, CA)... READ
As the voting period for this season’s Emmy nominations draws to a close, it’s the perfect opportunity to look back over months of For Your Consideration events to determine which festivities outstripped the rest. Read... READ
The deadline to submit ballots for the 24,000 or so eligible Television Academy members is tonight at 10 PM PT. Nominations for the Primetime Emmys will be announced July 16. One of the interesting aspects of this year’s contest will be to see how a few new rules... READ
It all used to be so simple. There were three networks (OK, four once Fox joined on in the late eighties). There were maybe a few dozen legitimate contenders vying for Emmy attention. Voters could knock off their viewing in a weekend or two. Suddenly HBO became a... READ
The Pioneer of the Year Award is given to a respected member of the motion picture community whose professional leadership, service, and commitment to philanthropy is exemplary. The Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation announced today that actress, director,... READ
Start your summer off right! We’ve got your June weekends mapped out with classes, film festivals, movie screenings and more! MAY 31-JUNE 2 CLASSES AND Q&As Small Group Sessions: Headshots – (Los Angeles, CA) Headshots are an actors’ calling... READ
The Birthday Cake is based on an original story by Jim Giannopoulos, who co-wrote the script with Shiloh Fernandez and Diomedes Raul Bermudez. Lorraine Bracco, Ashley Benson, and David Mazouz round out the pic's ensemble cast.
Michael Shannon (Revolutionary Road) has signed on for a key role in HBO’s pilot about the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers. Shannon will play Jerry Buss, majority owner of the Lakers during a period highlighted by the team’s Showtime era during the 1980s. The Untitled Showtime Lakers Project (fka Showtime) is set to start production next month.