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Starred in MPCA’s A Princess for Christmas and recent remake of The Saint with Eliza Dushku “Sir Roger had the most sensational sense of humor, elegance, and compassion for other people. He will be missed by everyone who had the privil
Hallmark Channel has picked up a fifth season of When Calls The Heart, its original scripted drama starring Erin Krakow as a young woman who begins a new chapter in her life in an early-20th century coal mining town. “Viewers have fallen in love
Author Melissa de la Cruz Inks Three-Film Deal With Brad Krevoy TV, Including ‘Angel Falls’ Starring Rachel Boston For Hallmark
Bestselling author Melissa de la Cruz has signed a three-picture development and production deal with Brad Krevoy Television, the TV and SVOD production arm of Motion Picture Corporation of America. The three TV projects will be written, produced and
Roger Corman Took A Fast And Furious Route To Hollywood Success Roger Corman has always enjoyed giving his audience a good scare. And like the engineer he was trained to be, the meticulous Corman doesn’t leave that or anything to chance in his
The Independent Film & Television Alliance, an international trade association representing more than 135 companies in 23 countries, elected four vice-chairs at its annual membership meetings today in Los Angeles and London.
Hallmark Preps 4 Brad Krevoy Television movies for Christmas, Starring Lacey Chabert, Lori Loughlin, James Brolin and Mena Suvari! BKTV movies titles are A Wish for Christmas, Every Christmas Has a Story, When Calls the Heart: The Heart of Christma
EXCLUSIVE: The last time I wrote about The Saint, Mace Neufeld, Bill McDonald, Robert Evans, and David Brown were producing it with Val Kilmer. As we know in Hollywood, everything old is new (re-imagined, remade, revamped, rebooted) again and so it g
New deal between Sudbury and MPCA “touches every part of industry”
CBC Television will premiere two new dramas — both imports from other countries — two homegrown comedies and a British documentary series this summer.