Richard Propper, chief of documentary distribution specialist Solid Entertainment, has been elected president of the Intl. Documentary Assn.
Casting directors, members of one of the last non-union trades in Hollywood, have started to move toward representation through the Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters.
In what promises to be a lively campaign, Gary Dunham and Stephen Lighthill have been nominated for the presidency of the Intl. Cinematographers Guild to succeed retiring longtime chief George Spiro…
Gold Circle, the company that financed "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," has just delivered a startling proposal to top talent agencies: Bring us your top talent, defer their usual hefty upfront fees, and…
The Writers Guild of America has awarded its top screenwriting awards to a pair of quirky contempo comedies, tapping Robert Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman for "American Splendor" and Sofia Coppola…
By a four-to-one ratio, the joint SAG-AFTRA national board has endorsed the one-year extension agreement reached between the two unions and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers.
Newmark/Echelon Entertainment Group has acquired North American distribution rights to romantic comedy "BachelorMan" from Films on Tap with plans for an April release in at least a dozen markets.
Paramount Pictures has tapped veteran marketing exec Steve Siskind as exec VP, worldwide marketing and advertising, replacing Tom Campanella, who is segueing to a senior advisory role.
Screenwriter John Michael Hayes, who received Oscar nominations for "Rear Window" and "Peyton Place," has been tapped to receive the WGA West's Screen Laurel Award.
Now it's the writers' turn. SAG and AFTRA announced Wednesday they had reached a tentative deal with studios and nets to extend their current TV-film contract by one year, bumping the expiration to…
"It was an out-of-body experience, watching Meg Ryan be me," boxing manager admitted Jackie Kallen after Wednesday's preem of Paramount's "Against the Ropes" at the Chinese. "It brought back the pain…