A court settlement has been reached in a long-running suit alleging that AFTRA's health and retirement funds had short-changed a group of 1960s recording artists.
Ralph Woolsey, who won an Emmy in 1968 for the skein "It Takes a Thief," will receive the American Society of Cinematographers Presidents Award.
Just in time for the holidays, hundreds of Hollywood scribes have received a Scrooge-like surprise from the city of Los Angeles. The writers are among 151,000 recipients of a letter sent by the city…
The Writers Guild of America West has set a panel discussion for Thursday to examine the role of American entertainment around the world.
Current B.O. honchos "Die Another Day" and "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" have shown serious foreign legs, grossing a combined $273.4 million overseas in a sign that the duo may duplicate…
Nearly 300 recording artists have signed letters supporting AFTRA's efforts to expand artists' rights in the union's sound recordings contract.
Robert De Niro will topline Fox 2000 actioner "Rule Number Three."
Part of Vancouver's runaway gravy train has left the station. But Stateside showbizzers shouldn't break out the champagne just yet -- the train's apparently headed east, to other Canuck provinces…
The state of California has finalized new rules to clamp down on the controversial practice of "pay to audition" workshops, in which actors pay to be seen by casting directors.
Czech-born director Karel Reisz, a seminal figure in postwar cinema perhaps best known for helming "The French Lieutenant's Woman," died Monday in London. He was 76.