Mike Nichols has been tapped to receive the Directors Guild of America lifetime achievement award, making him the 31st filmmaker to receive the kudos.
The Producers Guild of America is thinking big in film nominations, citing six large-scale and high-profile dramas, while sidestepping comedies and independent fare.
Union publicists have tapped Walt Disney Studios chairman Richard Cook to receive the org's Motion Picture Showmanship Award.
Thank the Lord for "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King." That was the mantra from international distribs and exhibs as 2003 drew to a close amid sizzling returns for the finale of Peter…
A funny thing has happened to standup comedy films -- they've nearly disappeared.
The Producers Guild of America, which announces its award nominees Jan. 5, has already worked out how to avoid a traffic jam at the podium.
Whether audiences love or hate the movie, they have to agree that "Bad Santa" is a good title. A film's title should be like a coming attraction: It lets the audience know what they're getting.
WGA West prexy Victoria Riskin has offered an optimistic outlook for what are expected to be rocky negotiations while warning that the studios will plead poverty.
Screenwriter Garner Simmons has asked California Labor Commissioner Arthur Lujan to intervene in his complaint against the WGA West over its refusal to arbitrate his claim of a writing credit on…
Get out of the way of "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King." With New Line's trilogy capper amassing $270 million in foreign markets in its first dozen days, avoiding head-to-head…
Third time's the charm for helmer Peter Jackson. The final installment of New Line's "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy has turned even more golden than its two predecessors in its tour around the world.