"Balseros" and "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" are sharing top honors in the Intl. Documentary Assn.'s 2003 feature competition.
Neal Baer, exec producer "Law & Order: SVU," has been tapped to receive the Valentine Davies Award for public service from the Writers Guild of America West.
Ed Zwick, director of "The Last Samurai," is developing a biopic based on the life of Chicago artist Henry Darger through his Bedford Falls production shingle.
Reacting to its own embezzlement scandal, the Entertainment Industry Development Corp. has voted to overhaul itself and remove all elected officials from its board.
Continuing to lay the groundwork for upcoming negotiations, Writers Guild of America West prexy Victoria Riskin has signaled the guild will place a high priority on increased healthcare contributions…
Hollywood's anti-runaway production coalition isn't pressing Arnold Schwarzenegger for help in California these days. "We recognize California's in a financial crisis, so we aren't seeking a…
For example, the DGA has invited members of the Los Angeles and New York Film Critics to attend its 28 scheduled screenings during December that previously had been only for Guild members.
Paramount Pictures is hoping that "Mailman" delivers. Story is a black comedy about neurotic mailman Albert Lippincott, whose quest for love and professional fulfillment causes him to descend from…
Taking the first formal step toward bargaining with studios and nets, the Writers Guild of America has selected a 23-member negotiating committee. No date has been set for starting talks to replace…
The Writers Guild of America West has tapped TV scribe James D. Buchanan as this year's recipient of the Morgan Cox Award to honor his service to the guild.
Paramount Pictures has tapped tyro scribes Josh Lobis and Darin Moiselle to pen "Dear Delilah," a romantic comedy vehicle for Matthew McConaughey.