A sharp division between FCC chairman Michael Powell and commish Kevin Martin -- both Republicans -- has spilled over to jeopardize next week's public forum in Los Angeles on the reg agency's review…
Federal legislation to fight runaway production is expected to be re-introduced today.
Leaders of the American Society of Cinematographers have approved a resolution authored by the late Conrad Hall against the risks of sleep deprivation within the film biz.
The Costume Designers Guild has tapped veteran designer Rita Riggs as recipient of its career achievement award in TV.
ABC's "One Life to Live" dominated Directors Guild of America nominations for daytime serials, snagging three of the five noms.
SAG and AFTRA leaders have officially agreed to marry their two unions, laying the groundwork for the second merger vote in four years among the 135,000 thesps, broadcasters and recording artists.
Paramount Pictures is in negotiations with scripter Massy Tadjedin to pen "The Eye," a remake of the hit Asian horror-thriller.
Studios and exhibs have relented somewhat in their move to take away the free-admission perk from SAG members during awards season and have started scheduling special screenings for Guild members.
The 65-year effort to marry SAG and AFTRA may finally take -- though it's never a sure thing when SAG is involved. The latest attempt is being pitched as "a consolidation" rather than a merger…
Paramount Pictures has bought rights to "Paranoia," Joseph Finder's tale of corporate espionage, for high-six figures for Lorenzo di Bonaventura to produce.
The Producers Guild of America, which has campaigned for tighter credit rules, announced Thursday that it had cleared 14 producers as eligible nominees for its top film award.