SAG presidential candidate and board member Valerie Harper has called for an industrywide "entertainment summit" to help the nation's economy by stopping runaway production.
Screen Actors Guild topper A. Robert Pisano has told Guild staff to work on ways to encourage filmmakers to shoot in Gotham in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Two Screen Actors Guild leaders, citing tightened health plan eligibility requirements, plan to launch a referendum drive in order to directly elect SAG trustees to the pension and health plan.
New Screen Actors Guild chief Robert Pisano has warned guild staff to avoid any involvement in upcoming SAG elections.
Members of the Writers Guild of America West chose board member Victoria Riskin as the new president over secretary-treasurer Michael Mahern in a low-key election to succeed John Wells.
State Senate President Pro Tem John Burton has firmed up the agenda for a Sept. 28 legislative hearing on regulation of talent agents and personal managers. The morning session will deal with agents…
The wife of a welder who died on the set of the upcoming "Spider-Man" movie has sued Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Entertainment in a wrongful death action.
A total of 28 candidates have been approved to run for 18 offices in the Screen Actors Guild's upcoming elections in Gotham.
Below-the-line Broadway workers, citing the "economic chaos" following last week's terrorist attacks, have accepted a 25% pay cut for four weeks to keep a quintet of shows open.
SAG's new top exec, A. Robert Pisano, is getting a slightly better deal than his predecessor John F. Cooke -- $5,000 a year sweeter, in fact.
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