Foreman history docs win big; new PBS HD series in the works

Like a lot of young boys his age, Gary Foreman was captivated by the rugged boldness of Fess Parker as “Davy Crockett” and “Daniel Boone,” and ultimately became deeply involved in

No more clowning around

By Dan Page SCREENZINE.COM Music Editor

Multi-episode doc set for PBS

Gita Saedi During her six year journey to discover ̶

Barrett puts finishing touches on new Oak Park stage

With a hearty laugh, Brad Barrett said he’s “about $15,000 away” from finishing the construction of his 7,200-sq. ft. AGLS (for A Great Lighting Stage) in Oak Park. Soundproofing and a cyc will bring it to completion. Nonetheless, AGLS had solid commercial bookings in January, and February is shaping up n

'Spaceman X' lands in Quincy

Filmmakers Peter Craig

AFTRA elects 14 to board

Local AFTRA elected Dick Kay to the national board and 14 other members to board membership, out of 263 total voted ballots. Representing freelance actors/announcers, models, and specialties categories: Bernie Allen, Sharon Carlson, Will Clinger, Bradley Gabbert, Craig Harris, Bob Wallace, Cedric Young. For the broadcast category: Ji

Calabash animating 2 more shorts

Still from “Tryst Watch” Happily basking in the glow of its Oscar

I-Cubed wants to be seen a'new

Arturo by Dennis Manarchy Photographer Dennis Manarchy pulled out all stops to dr

Film Critics Feb. 24 Oscars in Chicago to be private event

Kevin Spacey won the 2000 CFCA Best Actor aw

New section amplifies local music

By Dan Page SCREENZINE.COM Music Editor Greetings. Welcome to the new music colum

Series launches new production house

A new production company with “a healthy roster of clients” is bravely opening at a time when less intrepid producers are looking for another line of work.? Director Michael Huxley and producer Steve Cudzillo started Brave World Productions in offices above Steve Ford Music studios at 506 N. Clark St. Their new company kicks off with production of a  Copyright © 2016.  All rights reserved.