The Intl. Cinematographers Guild has named nine finalists in its sixth annual Film Showcase competition for members not yet rated as directors of cinematography.
In a move underscoring deep divisions within SAG, the guild's Hollywood board has voted 32-1 with one abstention to oppose the pending deal with agents.
Manager and producer Steve Golin has closed a two-year second-look deal with filmmakers Ridley Scott and Tony Scott and their production company Scott Free. Golin will submit projects to Scott Free…
SAG members have been hearing a lot of dire warnings about the consequences of not forging a deal with the Assn. of Talent Agents. Now they realize this hasn't been saber-rattling.
Few in Hollywood are familiar with California Labor Commissioner Arthur Lujan, but before the dust settles on the dispute between SAG and the talent agents, they will be.
SAG member mailboxes will soon see strongly emotional appeals over the SAG-ATA tentative deal, with the other side's arguments frequently bashed.
One of the losing treasurer candidates in the Screen Actors Guild's rerun election has formally challenged the contest.
The Artists Rights Foundation has tapped helmer Elliot Silverstein as recipient of this year's John Huston Award for Artists Rights.
Hollywood's pre-Oscar Final Four -- the quartet of guild award shows the first two weekends of March -- confirmed one of the main themes of this year's race: Expect the unexpected.
Anne-Marie Johnson, who was Valerie Harper's running mate for 1st VP and SAG's leading voice on affirmative action, has resigned from the SAG national board.