The American Society of Cinematographers has opted for dramas covering crime, music, war, religion and aviation in its nominees for its top feature award.
The odds of a strike by casting directors and associates has risen several notches with a strong pledge of support from a top official of the Teamsters union.
Members of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees have ratified contracts covering workers at both KTTV and Fox Digital in Los Angeles.
Star power won out at the international box office with "Ocean's Twelve" narrowly topping a surprisingly robust "Alexander" and durable family fave "The Incredibles" during a moderate post-holiday…
The Directors Guild of America has included the late Christopher Reeve and opted for a diverse mix in its television movie nominees, tapping a pair of inspirational stories, a historical drama, a…
The Writers Guild of America, West, has tapped screenwriter-playwright David Mamet to receive its Screen Laurel Award this year.
The American Society of Cinematographers has tapped film critic Leonard Maltin to receive an award of distinction at the 19th annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards ceremonies Feb. 13 at the…
"Spider-Man 2" led nominees for the Visual Effects Society's third annual awards, with six mentions, followed by "The Aviator" and "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" with five apiece.
Vincent Newman Entertainment has acquired film rights to the story of Abdurahman Khadr, who was raised in Osama Bin Laden's Afghanistan compound and became a CIA informant. Deal is worth mid- to…
Contract talks between studios and actors unions have broken off with no date set for resumption.
The post-holiday foreign box office generated solid but not spectacular business as 2005 launched with respectable perfs from "The Incredibles," "Meet the Fockers," "National Treasure," "The…