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By Alexander C. Kaufman
Law is intended to prevent child actors from falling prey to sexual predators
The bill, which extends for 2 years a $100 million TV and film production tax credits program, now heads for the California state Senate
Bespoke theater chain plans to open its first location outside California in a Washington, D.C. suburb
Bill that would grant a multi-year extension for film and TV production incentives now heads to the Assembly Committee on Revenue and Taxation
The credit offers rebates of up to 25% of production expenses and is meant to keep television and film jobs in California
It was the most stress-free, relaxing two days on the byways of Los Angeles that I can remember. A pleasure
Independent study says state has yielded huge economic benefits since enacting location tax incentives in 2009
All the story of Jan and Dean needed was a joyous resolve -- the problem was, the story was so tragic we had to invent one
'We hate your job,' the governor's family told him, he says in an interview with an Austrian newspaper. Our quick addition: $25 m per year in lost income
Adult film actor at the center of industry controversy says protection should be mandatory
Justices to hear arguments Tuesday on California law prohibiting sales of violent games to minors
Hollywood has taken a shine to San Francisco D.A. Kamala Harris, while opponent Steve Cooley hasn't made friends with the Polanski case
The Assembly overwhelmingly approved legislation imposing harsh penalties on photographers who drive dangerously
State senate passes bill that would require stiff fines and imprisonment for celebrity photographers who violate traffic laws
Schwarzenegger says California Film & Television Tax Credit Program achieved its goal of keeping scores of film and TV productions in state
With production and post-production lured to other states or countries, California has lost thousands of jobs and billions of dollars, Milken Institute says
History is disposable in Los Angeles; it’s the poetry of constant reinvention that speaks to Dick Whitman
Gov. Schwarzenegger says 60 projects have qualified so far
Unreleased tune was recorded in 1965 during the sessions for "Bringing It All Back Home."
Film commission began accepting applications July 1.
Demand for the in-state production program is soaring.
As the rain starts up again, Redford gets a lengthy ovation for J.C. Chandor's wordless lost-at-sea drama