Negotiators for Hollywood's actors are creeping out onto the high wire, employing a risky strategy of leisurely taking film-TV contract talks down to the June 30 expiration.
As many as 19 Screen Actors Guild branch offices targeted for possible closure will remain open for the rest of the year.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has set October as a target for launching negotiations on its key "network code" agreement with TV networks and producers.
With only 11 days before the actors' film-TV contract expires, the once-feared strike won't arrive any time soon. Even if the unlikely scenario of a collapse in negotiations were to play out, actors…
After holding back-to-back sessions this week, negotiators for actors and studios have decided to break for the weekend and resume bargaining next week.
Members of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have voted in veteran board member Anne Gartlan as president of the New York local over incumbent Elaine LeGaro.
Directors Guild of America prexy Jack Shea has commended Artisan Entertainment for yanking a print of Wayne Wang's "The Center of the World" from a Cincinnati theater that edited the pic without…
Instead of going on strike, Hollywood's scribes have spent the past month dissecting the May 4 deal the Writers Guild of America made with studios.
Negotiations between actors and studios resumed Wednesday under a tight news blackout following a four-day break.
Angeltompkins and Eugene Boggs, both longtime Screen Actors Guild activists, have emerged as the first possible candidates for the SAG presidency by taking out nominating petitions.
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