Not even a drunken driving arrest can keep Hollywood folks from receiving awards.
Yari Film Group has hired veteran exec Mitch Goldman as exec VP of marketing as part of a major expansion of its marketing operations.
The Hollywood Film Festival has tapped John Travolta for its supporting actor of the year award.
Newly minted banner the Film Department has beefed up its executive ranks, tapping Dan Stutz as exec VP, business and legal affairs.
The Screen Actors Guild has tapped Charles Durning as recipient of its lifetime achievement award.
With studio accounting practices in the spotlight during contract negotiations, a ruling last week by a federal judge could become grist for the Hollywood guilds.
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has moved forward on its attempt to become a direct affiliate of the AFL-CIO.
Members of the union repping Hollywood script supervisors have voted in a new president in a federally supervised re-run of last December's election.
"The Bourne Ultimatum" stayed on target overseas, dominating the international B.O. with $13 million from 48 markets in a mild weekend.
TV writer-producer Michael Winship has been tapped as president of the Writers Guild of America East for a two-year term.
Troma Studios topper Lloyd Kaufman has been tapped as chairman of the Independent Film & Television Alliance for a two-year term.