With time running out to stop a writers strike, studios and networks have tried jumpstarting stalled contract talks with a streamlined proposal -- and gotten slapped back by the WGA, whose toppers…
Jim Caviezel and Claudia Karvan will star in Arclight Films' remake of 1978 Australian suspense thriller "Long Weekend."
Awards season may be about to enter uncharted waters.
The Screen Actors Guild has told its members to back the WGA if writers go on strike -- but only on the picket line.
Lark Intl. Multimedia exec Bob Vallone has been tapped to receive CineAsia's exhibitor of the year award at this year's convention in Macau.
Despite its rhetoric to the contrary, the WGA is quietly pulling the plug on the notion of getting reality shows under its jurisdiction.
Jessica Biel will topline UA's crime thriller "Die a Little," which the studio has set up with Richard Gladstein through his FilmColony banner and Biel's Iron Ocean Films.
With a possible writers strike becoming more likely, neither side is budging.
The SAG-AFTRA war over jurisdiction has amped up, with AFTRA threatening to ditch SAG and go it alone at upcoming contract negotiations.
The Writers Guild of America may be on strike in two places at once next month.
Indie film financer Handpicked Films has partnered in a multi-year deal with New York-based hedge fund Ginepri Capital Partners, with $110 million in financing on tap for the first slate of 11 films.
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