Movie Industry & Awards gives an overview of showbiz and even gives an inside-peek to how to bring home the gold at the Oscars and score big in Cannes.
Why Bugs Bunny Is Spectacular
Is Bugs Bunny a Rabbit or a Hare?
Who Made the First Animated Movie?
How John Williams Composes So Many Unforgettable Film Scores
'The Underground Railroad' Series Wants to Change the Way We See Slavery
Green Screens and the Art of Filming Crazy Cool Effects
Marvel's 'Wakanda Forever' Pays Homage to Mesoamerican Cultures
Kicking the Bucket: The Fictional Deaths Quiz
What's the Best Order to Binge-watch Every 'Star Wars' Movie?
10 Ways Our Moviegoing Experience Will Change
Why do movie tickets cost so much?
Why do some IMAX screens seem smaller than others?
You've Been Pronouncing These Celebrity Names All Wrong
How Short Is the World's Smallest Person?
Quiz: Guess Which Celebrities Are Related!
If You Hear a Scream in a Movie, It's Probably the Wilhelm Scream
VR Horror Movies: A New Way to Be Scared Out of Your Mind
Why aren't 3-D glasses red and blue anymore?
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As documentary films increase in popularity and docudramas pop up on the small screen, it’s a good time to question the difference between the two. Intention, historical context and editing choices play major roles in defining a work as fact or fiction.
By Julia Layton
Some of the arguably greatest movie scenes of all time were filmed using Steadicams. These ingenious camera stabilizer systems allow filmmakers to produce moving, hand-held shots with no shakes at all. Can amateurs also take advantage of these super smooth stabilizers?
You have probably seen advertisements in your local paper for movies playing at a theater near you. Sometimes the ad will say "Held over" or "Special engagement." What exactly does that mean? And why is popcorn so expensive?
By Jeff Tyson
On every movie package and shown on every screen are the ratings: G, PG, PG-13, R, and so on. What do these ratings mean for the viewer and how are they decided? Learn about the MPAA and the movie ratings system.
When filming a movie, the sound and the images are recorded and stored separately with different devices. After filming the challenge is to synchronize those two recordings. Learn how a clapperboard is used in movie production.
The phrase "optical soundtrack" sounds like a contradiction in terms, but it's the secret to how sound is recorded on motion picture film.