The doc, “Jens Jensen the Living Green,” the story of the pioneering conservationist who created many neighborhood Chicago parks, gets a rare simulcast June 19. WTTW/11 will air it, while an audience watches
For a few nervous weeks, it looked like Michigan’s $50 million in film incentives would be chopped down, again, as Gov. Rick Snyder’s 2015 budget called for a cutback to $25 million — a fraction of the $52.1 billion he planned in overall spending.
Howard Tullman, CEO of 1871, the Chicago-based entrepreneurial hub for digital startups, is one of Music Dealers’ four new senior appointments in forwarding its goal of “being positioned as the dominant player in the music lic
A new concept in audio post that the partners believe will stir things up opened Monday in two different locations and with a female engineer/sound designer at the helm of one studio bringing her LA vibe to the city’s audio post business.
After 15 years of making thousands of people laugh, the popular Saturday midnight improv show “The Hot Karl,” called a cross between “Monty Python” and Don Rickles, will close June 14 at the ComedySportz Theatre.
Since opening an office here in January, “the reception has been wonderful, wildly surpassing our expectations,” says Robin Hellmann, Chicago casting director for Texas-based The Cast Station, providing union and non-union casting for film, TV
Robert DeNiro and Robert Pattinson have been announced as stars in what is now, so far, the first Hollywood feature announced for Chicago production this year.
“Idol’s Eye” is being touted as “a sophisticated heist/action thriller” based on a true story about notoriou