The Illinois Legislature has approved wage-based incentive legislation designed to encourage more film and television production.
In a last-minute shot prior to today's expected easing of media ownership rules, the Writers Guild of America West has questioned the veracity of how congloms count independent producers.
The King of All Media has blessed the proposed SAG-AFTRA consolidation and affiliation.
The calendar is only one of the challenges for "Seabiscuit," an $80 million co-production by Universal, DreamWorks and Spyglass. The horse-racing saga bows July 25 against two more typical summer…
Working Title Films has acquired film rights to "The Baby Dinner," Nancy Jo Sales' tale of modern motherhood in Manhattan, and tapped Kate Robin to pen the script.
Paramount has tapped Thomas Carter ("Save the Last Dance") to helm "Coach Carter," the basketball biopic set for Tollin/Robbins and MTV Films to produce.
Opponents of the proposed SAG-AFTRA consolidation have complained about possible privacy violations in recent SAG polling of members, citing restrictions put in place following the 1989 murder of…
Senate minority leader Tom Daschle will meet today with 40 key directors at DGA headquarters to discuss runaway production as part of the guild's ongoing efforts to push for federal incentive…
"Incredibly surreal -- an out-of-body experience." That was the stunned reaction from director F. Gary Gray following Tuesday's world preem for "The Italian Job" at the Chinese Theater.
WGA West president Victoria Riskin has pledged to continue the guild's aggressive campaign against media consolidation after the FCC's expected easing of ownership rules.
The debate over whether SAG's and AFTRA's pension and health plans should be merged heated up Tuesday with both sides taking potshots at each other.