The streaming service will pull dozens of titles from its streaming catalog on July 1, but it's also adding dozens of new titles.
In this episode of CNET Australia's Pocket Filmmaker, Jason Van Genderen demonstrates how to make stop-motion animated movies with your smartphone using free apps like Vine or more-sophisticated apps like Miniature Pro and Stop Motion Studio.
Google pushes Glass into the wild, Virgin shows off rockets for commercial space travel, and we see the tiniest movie ever made.
You've got a pocketful of megapixels and a phone with a punchy processor, now put your Android to use making a movie with these top tips.
The free and fun Super Hero Movie Maker for iOS gives kids the tools to build minifig movies, one frame at a time.
"Industrial Light & Magic: Creating the Impossible" showcases the 35-year history of the famous visual effects studio owned by George Lucas. And Lucas told CNET the studio's focus is on helping filmmakers, not on making money.
J. Sperling Reich from Showbiz Sandbox joins us to explain why the TV and movies online are restricted the way they are.
In a world where tech companies want to look cool, there's only one thing they can do -- give ginormous sums of money to film and TV producers to use their stuff...
Want to sell movie tickets? How about giving away some music?
The Motion Picture Association of America hasn't exactly given up on the Stop Online Piracy Act or similar legislation, despite January's widespread protests.