Fox Television has greenlit two dramatic pilots for production in Chicago. “Love is a Four Letter Word” and “Runner” will headquarter and shoot at Cinespace, joining Fox’ hit “Empire” and NBC Universal’s “Chicago Fire” and “Chicago
“Who Gets the Dog?” the latest low-budget feature from Reid Brody and Bill Ryan’s 2D2 Productions and Epic Pictures Group gets underway Monday, Feb. 2 for three weeks.
The romcom stars Alicia Silverstone (“Clueless) and Ryan Kwanten (“True Blood”), as a divorcing couple fighting over the custody of their be
February Black History Month in Chicago starts off Sunday, Feb. 1 with a program of three rare films (one shot on Super 8), about the city’s first black mayor, Harold Washington in the 1980s, at the Black Cinema House, in conjunction with Michael W. Phillips, Jr.’s South Side Projections.
Jerry Bryant has put up for sale his massive, one-of-a-kind JBTV archive of 30,000 remastered, first generation digibeta music videos from the ‘80s, ‘90s and 2000s in order to capitalize the expansion and resources of his li