AFTRA members have ratified a three-year deal with the television networks with a 96% endorsement of its network code pact, which is aimed at hiking employer contributions for the union's health and…
Forget DVD -- that was the unmistakable message from film and TV companies during two weeks of negotiations with SAG and AFTRA earlier this month.
The overseas box office is missing Frodo. For the first time since 2000, there's no "Lord of the Rings" film to dominate the offshore holiday season film business. Instead, the Christmas break saw…
"Ocean's Twelve" and "The Incredibles" turned in solid but not spectacular performances as the duo dominated offshore box office during the Christmas weekend.
Laszlo Kovacs will judge the 2004 Kodak Filmschool Competition for students and recent graduates in the Asia Pacific and Latin American countries.
The Entertainment Industries Council has tapped Alan Wurtzel, NBC's prexy of research and media development, to join its board of directors. The nonprofit org also has created an executive committee…
H'wood shakes its pirate booty for Disney pics. Though Hollywood is fighting piracy, apparently every extra in Hollywood wants to be a pirate. This has nothing to do with illegal duplication.
The American Society of Cinematographers has joined the parade away from the Century Plaza Hotel and plans to switch its Feb. 20 awards show to another site due to a union boycott of the hotel.
Teamsters leaders have repeated their warning to studios and nets that about 500 casting directors and associates will go on strike soon should the companies refuse to allow the employees to unionize.
A federal judge has thrown out a conflict-of-interest suit calling for the ouster of SAG chief exec Bob Pisano from his post as the union's chief negotiator.