The Screen Actors Guild has promoted veteran exec Jae Je Simmons to the post of New York executive director.
After six months of punting on the question of regulating agents, SAG's elected leaders are poised to start resolving the divisive issue. That's the word from SAG prexy Melissa Gilbert as she preps…
Saying it needs more time to complete special f/x sequences, Paramount Pictures has delayed the release of its sci-fi actioner "The Core" from Nov. 1 to the first quarter of 2003.
The board of the American Cinema Editors has strongly supported the DGA in its fight with CleanFlicks, the Colorado retailer that cuts sex, violence and foul language from movies it rents.
The Screen Actors Guild has signed Showtime to its basic agreement for the first time in exchange for giving the cable network a "turnaround" concession for shows shot in Canada.
The embattled chief of the embattled Entertainment Industry Development Corp. has admitted he operated a slush fund for EIDC's political contributions, making donations without oversight from the…
AFTRA plans to conduct informational leafleting tonight at the WLTW's One Night With Lite concert at New York's Madison Square Garden.
Following two weeks of jury trial, attorneys have resolved a dispute over IATSE's allegedly illegal disruption in 1999 of the indie film "Flat Dog."
Paramount Pictures is taking a close look at "Read My Lips." Studio has bought the English-language remake rights to the French romance-film noir.
The Directors Guild of America has joined the National Coalition on Health Care, citing what its board called the "impending crisis" from spiraling costs of health care.