Hollywood's much-desired labor peace remained elusive early Tuesday as negotiators for actors and studios recessed for 11 hours rather than reaching deal for a new film-TV contract deal.
Negotiators for actors kept Hollywood on hold for one more day Monday, focusing on the fine details as they continued to creep toward a film-TV deal that will end a year of anxiety for the industry.
Directors Guild of America president Jack Shea has offered members a cautiously optimistic review of the new Writers Guild guidelines on creative rights for scribes.
Negotiators for Hollywood actors and studios, who have have been putting the final touches on an expected film-TV deal, announced early Monday a 10-hour recess in talks.
Negotiators for Hollywood actors and studios edged Sunday toward labor peace, putting the final touches on a three-year film-TV contract. A tentative deal was expected to emerge either late Sunday…
Off-lot production in Los Angeles remained at a powerful pace in June, reflecting the earlier strategy by studios and nets to stockpile in case actors went on strike.
The Directors Guild of America has tapped a quartet of winners from NYU for its seventh annual DGA East Coast Student Filmmakers Awards.
Hollywood actors and studios, in an unsurprising move, agreed late Saturday to extend their film-TV contract talks past the midnight expiration and resume at midday Sunday.
Hollywood's actors, as promised, took film-TV contract talks down to the wire today with negotiations still going on a few hours before the midnight expiration of the current three-year pact.
Contract talks between actors and studios headed down to the wire as negotiators worked late into Friday evening and agreed to take bargaining into the final day of the current contract.
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