A state judge has ordered Central Casting's payroll company Entertainment Partners Group to pay $1.2 million to settle a class-action suit over its practice of taking a 5% commission on non-union…
Seven longtime members of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees have filed a suit accusing the union and major employers of race discrimination and nepotism in hiring practices.
SAG is prepped for another raucous election following its unprecedented rerun of last year's contest.
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The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has launched a letter-writing campaign in support of pending California legislation to put the brakes on runaway production.
Tony Scott has committed to direct as his next film "Man on Fire," a Brian Helgeland-scripted adaptation of the A.J. Quinnell novel that has been Scott's unrequited love for nearly two decades.
Former Fox exec Nate Hopper has been tapped VP of creative affairs for Sony Pictures Animation. Hopper will work with writers and directors in developing computer-generated toon features at the…
The Directors Guild of America has tapped two student filmmakers from Columbia and two from NYU as winners of the eighth annual DGA East Coast Student Filmmakers Award.
SAG has promoted longtime guild exec Leslie Krensky to the posts of Florida executive director and South region director.
Negotiators for record labels and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have put talks on a two-month hiatus to perform research on health and retirement issues.
SAG has announced it has disciplined 187 non-union thesps for crossing picket lines during the 2000 strike but has refrained from identifying them publicly.