California Gov. Gray Davis is expected to sign legislation today to toughen penalties for video piracy and clear up provisions of the Coogan Law to help child actors keep their money.
The SAG split won't go away. Though Melissa Gilbert won re-election as president over Kent McCord by 2,428 votes, her coattails did not extend to Hollywood.
SAG prexy Melissa Gilbert has promised she will keep pushing to combine SAG with AFTRA, following her re-election over treasurer Kent McCord and activist Gordon Drake.
After only two days of bargaining, actors and the ad industry have reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract. Wednesday's surprise announcement represents a sharp reversal from the…
Though showbiz is here to stay, the number of Hollywood jobs will continue to slowly decline in the foreseeable future.
Thomas A. Walsh has been tapped president of the recently merged Art Directors Guild & Scenic, Title & Graphic Artists.
SAG members have re-elected Melissa Gilbert to a two-year term as president over challenges from treasurer Kent McCord and activist Gordon Drake.
Three years after a very public dispute with the ad industry, SAG and AFTRA have opted for a hush-hush approach in seeking a new contract.
Bargaining between actors and the ad industry starts today in Gotham with no fanfare, five weeks before the Oct. 29 expiration of the current three-year contract.
Longtime WGA West exec Doreen Braverman has decided to depart her post as general counsel, a position she has held since the slot was created in 1991.
The DGA has tapped filmmakers Robert Altman and Curtis Hanson, commercial director Joe Pytka, Senator Olympia Snowe and AFL-CIO president John Sweeney as honorees for its fourth annual DGA Honors on…