Senate minority leader Tom Daschle will meet today with 40 key directors at DGA headquarters to discuss runaway production as part of the guild's ongoing efforts to push for federal incentive…
"Incredibly surreal -- an out-of-body experience." That was the stunned reaction from director F. Gary Gray following Tuesday's world preem for "The Italian Job" at the Chinese Theater.
WGA West president Victoria Riskin has pledged to continue the guild's aggressive campaign against media consolidation after the FCC's expected easing of ownership rules.
The debate over whether SAG's and AFTRA's pension and health plans should be merged heated up Tuesday with both sides taking potshots at each other.
Former VP Al Gore has added his voice to the SAG Foundation's Storyline Online, a streaming video program featuring SAG members reading children's books.
The American Society of Cinematographers has launched an initiative to establish standards and practices in the booming digital filmmaking arena.
The ad industry's chief negotiator has declared that the bullish upfronts are a good omen for smooth negotiations with SAG and AFTRA on the commercials contract.
Lawmakers have given the Film California First incentive program hope for survival amid the state's massive $38 billion budget deficit.
Both sides have been scrambling to attract high-profile endorsements for and against the SAG-AFTRA merger two weeks before ballots begin hitting member mailboxes.
With members set to begin voting June 9 on the merger of SAG and AFTRA, the mantra of union chieftains Bob Pisano and Greg Hessinger is unequivocal: "Failure is not an option."
The already-bitter campaign over the SAG-AFTRA merger took a nastier turn Thursday with a lively radio debate between SAG 1st VP Mike Farrell and SAG treasurer Kent McCord.