Leaders of the Writers Guild of America have strongly endorsed SAG's strategy of holding out for a better deal than the writers achieved after their 100-day strike.
The AFI Los Angeles Film Festival has set a lineup of 15 films for this year's event, including the world premiere of documentary "Playing Columbine" and the North American premieres of "The Desert…
With SAG negotiations in a stalemate, the congloms are turning their attention to bargaining on a new deal with 400 casting directors next week.
After taking a 10-day break from the SAG contract stalemate, the guild and the majors have gone back to the barricades.
A Los Angeles federal judge has set a Jan. 6 trial date for 20th Century Fox's lawsuit over Warners' right to make a film based on the graphic novel "Watchmen."
Greenwood Hill Prods. has signed with Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban's Truly Indie self-distribution company to release its first feature film, "Dalton Trumbo's Johnny Got His Gun."
Stephen Sommers is in negotiations to direct a bigscreen version of "Tarzan" for Warner Bros. and producer Jerry Weintraub.
Cinemark exec Ken Higgins will receive the international achievement award in exhibition at next month's ShowEast convention in Orlando, Fla.
Veteran finance exec Gary Stutman has been elevated to chief financial officer at Morgan Creek Prods.
Eric Stoltz, Brendan Fehr, Camryn Manheim, Lyndsy Fonseca, Seymour Cassel and Kate Connor are starring in indie wartime drama "Fort McCoy."
With the stalemate between SAG and the congloms entering its third month, the Screen Actors Guild is pleading with its 120,000 members to back its strategy of holding out for a better deal.
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