FOX presents powerful new show ‘Shots Fired’ alongside panel discussions with cast, creators, community members across the U.S.

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In advance of the upcoming TV premiere of “Shots Fired” on March 22, FOX has organized a screening series followed by conversations between the producers, cast and various community leaders, activists and members of law enforcement across the country. “Shots Fired” is a new 10-part series that takes an explosive look at the American criminal

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In partnership with Ghetto Film School and Bold Tendencies, 21CF celebrates aspiring young filmmakers at London’s BAFTA

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On Tuesday, March 21, students from 21st Century Fox partner Ghetto Film School and South London creative nonprofit Bold Tendencies held a special screening in London for Ghetto Film School’s 2016 Thesis Films, “Ghost of a Chance” and “Genesis.” The short films are the product of almost a year of cross-country and international collaboration between

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This week in 21CF news: 20th Century Fox’s big splash at CinemaCon, FOX News has record quarter, ‘Bones’ finale hits season high

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This week’s recap of news about 21st Century Fox and its businesses includes 20th Century Fox showing clips for its upcoming films at CinemaCon, FOX News notching record ratings, Fox Searchlight setting a release date for “Patti Cake$” and more. 20th Century Fox CinemaCon: No ‘Avatar’ news, but riveting reels from ‘Greatest Showman,’ ‘Alien,’ ‘Murder

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The story of Blue Sky’s Academy Award-winning CGI Studio renderer: Why it matters, how it works, why it took 30 years to win

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After 30 years developing, refining and using its proprietary, industry-leading rendering software CGI Studio, 20th Century Fox Animation’s Blue Sky Studios was finally recognized with an Academy Award for scientific and technical achievement last month. To talk about CGI Studio’s significance and why it took so long for Blue Sky to receive this honor, you

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Take an exclusive look behind-the-scenes of FX’s ‘Legion’ and learn how Fox goes green on set

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FX’s “Legion” drew praise from critics and audiences alike for its ambitious storytelling and visual style, and fans can now check out an exclusive video and case study detailing how the cast and crew brought that same level of ambition to going green behind-the-scenes. All departments made a concerted effort to save energy, reduce the show’s carbon

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21CF Chats: FOX Sports host Rob Stone on U.S. Men’s National Team’s must-win World Cup qualifying match, soccer’s growth in U.S.

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After disappointing performances in its first two World Cup qualifying Final Round matches, the U.S. Men’s National Team is in an unexpected position of vulnerability heading into its next qualifying match against Honduras on Friday, March 24, in San Jose. Rob Stone, the lead studio host for FOX Sports’ soccer programming, says you have to

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Fox Archives: The Fox Commissary (Café de Paris), a restaurant that served as a movie set and hosted a Soviet Union premier

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The Fox Commissary is one of most historically significant and interesting buildings on the Fox lot. It opened in 1929 as the “Café de Paris” inspired by eateries found around the Bois de Boulogne, the grand Parisian park. The Café de Paris differed from most movie studio eating establishments (which tended to be pedestrian cafeterias)

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This week in 21CF news: FOX sets summer premiere dates, Ghetto Film School event in London, Star India CEO talks censorship

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This week’s recap of news about 21st Century Fox and its businesses includes stars joining 20th Century Fox Chairman and CEO Stacey Snider at a Ghetto Film School event in London, Star India CEO Uday Shankar turning the spotlight on censorship in India, FOX setting its summer premiere dates, Fox Searchlight closing a distribution deal

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Star India CEO Uday Shankar at FICCI FRAMES: Rising censorship in India creating ‘violent polarity’ despite openness of internet

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In his opening theme address at the three-day global convention covering media and entertainment in India called FICCI FRAMES 2017, Star India CEO Uday Shankar turned the spotlight on censorship in India and the threat it poses to the creative community. He called the disturbing trend a threat to undo the recent technology-based progress the

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