Film Movement has acquired North American rights to Kenneth Bi's actioner "The Drummer" and plans a simultaneous fall release in theaters and on video-on-demand.
The yearlong saga surrounding SAG's vitriolic contract ratification battle comes to an end this evening -- with promises of more bitterness in the coming months as campaigning for SAG's fall…
The Public Relations Society of America has given a Silver Anvil trophy to the WGA East and its PR firm, Goldman Communications Group, for their handling of communications during the WGA strike.
TV writer-producer Michael Winship is running unopposed for a second two-year term as president of the 4,000-member Writers Guild of America East.
In an unexpected move, the WGA has ditched efforts to settle a 2005 class-action suit over how it handles foreign levies and has opted instead to go to trial.
SAG, AFTRA and Actors Equity have tapped actors George Takei and Victoria Ann Lewis, dancer Cheryl Burke and stand-up comedian Charlie Hill as winners of the Ivy Bethune Tri-Union Diversity Awards.
The Writers Guild of America East has expanded jurisdiction by more than a dozen cable shows over the past year, including "Johnny and the Sprites," "The Naked Brothers Band," "Important Things With…
Carl Icahn has boosted his stake in Lionsgate to 15.6% from 14.5% over the past month in a signal that he could still make a move to control the mini-major.
"Terminator Salvation" showed plenty of power outside the United States, dominating the weekend's foreign box office with $67.5 million at 8,325 playdates in 70 territories.
The Weinstein Co. has hired consulting firm Miller Buckfire & Co. to explore its financial options.
The future of specialty film could be now playing in your local multiplex -- and your living room.