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Wednesday, July 31, 2013::Casting Company Raising Some Eyebrows Among Local Industry Experts

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Casting calls and auditions are how most actors get jobs.

So when a flyer about a casting call from SAS Casting began circulating looking for talent of all ages, it caused a stir. Especially the part about an up-front $150 fee to audition.


Friday, July 12, 2013::Movie Review: Shot in Pittsburgh, 'A New York Heartbeat' portrays Brooklyn of the 1950s

The first thing one notices about "A New York Heartbeat," directed by Tjardus Greidanus from his own script and story, is that it is populated by actors who aren't embarrassed about acting.


Thursday, July 11, 2013::Pittsburgh shines as 1950s New York City for new gangster movie

It might seem a little odd to shoot a movie called “A New York Heartbeat” in Pittsburgh.


Wednesday, July 10, 2013::'The Fault in Our Stars' to start filming here Aug. 26

"Lights, camera, action" are words some Pittsburghers might hear on the street in the months to come.


Wednesday, July 10, 2013::Christian Bale in 'Out of the Furnace': See the poster and photos here

In Out of the Furnace (in theaters Nov. 27), Christian Bale plays Russell, an ex-con who seeks vengeance when his brother (Casey Affleck) disappears after getting involved with a crime ring led by a ruthless boss (Woody Harrelson). Co-written and directed by Scott Cooper (Crazy Heart), the drama focuses on the hardships of life in the Rust Belt town of Braddock, Pa. — and on the family bonds that drive Russell to avenge his brother despite the protests of his girlfriend (Zoë Saldana).


Tuesday, July 9, 2013::Fox 2000 shoots for 'Stars' in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh will look to double for Indianapolis in a new Fox film production expected to shoot here starting in late August.


Tuesday, July 2, 2013::Film tax credit stays same in Pennsylvania budget

Film office directors in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia separately reached for the same word: "disappointing."


Monday, July 1, 2013::Pa. film tax credit to remain capped at $60M

In a move expected to dash the heightened expectations of Pennsylvania’s film industry, the new state budget signed by Gov. Tom Corbett yesterday left the film tax credit capped at $60 million.


Tuesday, June 25, 2013::Lift the limit: A bigger film tax credit would mean more Pa. jobs

State legislators have a long list of big-ticket items on their agenda this week, but the little things are important, too.


Monday, June 24, 2013::Uncap the film tax credit

Southwestern Pennsylvania has a long and rich history in the film business and it's well past time that we are given the resources needed to develop an industry that will work for all of Pennsylvania's economy. Recently, Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi introduced legislation to uncap Pennsylvania's Film Tax Credit Program. This is precisely the right tool at the right time to open the film industry in our region to unlimited potential, creating countless jobs and bringing millions of dollars to businesses in our region.


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