Richard H. Kline, Cinematographer on ‘Camelot,’ ‘Body Heat’ and ‘King Kong,’ Dies at 91
Richard H. Kline, the two-time Oscar-nominated cinematographer who shot such films as 'Camelot,' 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture,' 'Body Heat' and the 1976 remake of 'King Kong,' has died. He was 91.
U.K. Tax Incentives for High-End TV Projects Delight Industry
Draft legislation will see TV show producers able to access tax credits from April 1, 2013.
BANFF 2012: Competition With Hollywood Looms Large at Annual Canadian Broadcasting Confab
Insiders will debate industry consolidation, diminishing government support and tapping new financing sources.
‘Downton Abbey’ Could Get U.K. Tax Credit
Tax breaks for million dollar-plus budgeted TV shows likely to mirror system in place for U.K. movie production.
How Union Pressure Forced Take 5 Productions into Developing Homegrown Series
Former American Zoetrope president Fred Fuchs takes Canadian indie producer of The Borgias and Camelot into new TV venture after pressure over lost jobs at home.
‘Torchwood: Miracle Day’ Ratings on Par with Now-Cancelled ‘Camelot’
It's good news and dubious news at the same time, but it's not a harbinger of death for the series.
‘Camelot’: Starz Not Moving Forward With Second Season
The ambitious project starring Joseph Fiennes, Jamie Campbell Bower and Eva Green wont continue because of "production challenges," says Starz.
The Power Rankings! The Magnificent Seven Rides to the Rescue
Plus, THR's chief TV critic has watched three episodes of Steven Spielberg's upcoming "Falling Skies." Will it make the rankings?
Starz to Launch ‘Camelot’ Social Game on Facebook
It is the second such game for the company following the January launch of "Spartacus: Gods of the Arena."
CBC Warms to Arctic Air Drama
Homegrown drama from Omni Film Productions is the latest addition to pubcaster's primetime slate.
International Buyers Hot for ‘The Borgias’
CBS Studios sells Showtime drama across Europe, Asia at MipTV.
Joseph Fiennes: Cable Networks Offer Edgier Roles
"Cable has its own model and it is not reliant on the murky areas of advertising and viewing figures," the star of "Camelot" tells THR.