Off-lot feature production in Los Angeles remained subdued in September, with activity far below the super-charged levels of the first half of the year.
SAG presidential candidate Melissa Gilbert has admitted to what she characterizes as a youthful indiscretion in violating Rule One -- SAG's ban on performing non-union work -- a dozen years ago.
The Writers Guild of America West plans to continue its organizing campaign at Nickelodeon with a California State Assembly member agreeing to oversee an election today on the question of unionizing.
The Directors Guild of America has hired labor attorney Russell Hollander as assistant Eastern executive director.
The Screen Actors Guild's business reps, who previously had threatened to strike, have agreed to a three-year deal in their first contract.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has announced that editors at New York Times Television have filed a petition for a union election with the National Labor Relations Board.
Staying put is becoming popular. As a result of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Hollywood is starting to put the brakes on runaway production to less costly locations.
Reps for the Screen Actors Guild will resume contract talks today with producers over a new TV animation contract for voiceover performers.
Setting a take-charge tone three weeks into the job, CEO and national exec director Robert Pisano placed his stamp Monday on the Screen Actors Guild by announcing a major reorg of top execs.
The Directors Guild of America, citing the need for members to work on disaster relief, has indefinitely postponed its Nov. 17 DGA Honors black-tie ceremony in Gotham.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media