The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists plans to keep all 33 of its U.S. offices open despite a significant reduction in funding from the Screen Actors Guild for many of the locations.
The Screen Actors Guild has proclaimed solidarity with its Canadian counterparts in its 5-month-old effort to beef up its contract enforcement on productions shot outside the United States.
The elected leaders of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have taken a key step toward resolving sticky jurisdictional issues with the Screen Actors Guild.
Warner Bros Pictures has paid high-six figures to option the spec script "A Private's Life" for WB-based producer John Wells to produce.
When "Jackass the Movie" opens Oct. 25, it will again test the synergistic relationship between MTV Films and its corporate parent Paramount.
SAG's national board has tapped Noah Wyle as Guild spokesman to the National Coalition on Health Care as part of SAG's move to join the NCHC.
A group of New York SAG members have set a rally for Saturday to protest the recent tightening of eligibility requirements for the SAG-industry pension and health plan.
Still regarding one another warily, the Assn. of Talent Agents and the Screen Actors Guild seem poised to consider a resumption of a dialogue after months of silence.
SAG's national board has named Screen Actors Guild prexy Melissa Gilbert to head the SAG-AFTRA task force, a new body assigned to help sort out jurisdictional issues between the performers' unions.
The state of California is clamping down on the practice of "pay to audition" workshops, in which actors pay to be seen.