Members of the Directors Guild of America have elected John Badham, LeVar Burton, Taylor Hackford, Randa Haines, Arthur Hiller, Michael Mann, Frank Marshall and Haskell Wexler as reps to the…
Hoping to take advantage of the heat from "Fahrenheit 9/11" and the upcoming political season, a trio of producers has announced plans for a DVD release of "Bushisms: The First Term in His Own…
Reality TV is nibbling away at the livelihood of Hollywood writers, who saw slow growth in their paychecks last year and a decline in job slots as the popularity of the reality skeins took away from…
The Hollywood Film Festival has formed an alliance with Film Threat and its founder Chris Gore as part of the fest's focus this year on the horror, sci-fi and fantasy genres.
Paramount has promoted veteran exec Bob Mueller to VP of sales administration. He will supervise the department and oversee daily gross reporting.
Firming up the 2005 awards season schedule, the Producers Guild of America has selected Jan. 22 for its awards show at the Century Plaza Hotel.
Fox has been planning to announce all four cast member for its "Fantastic Four" simultaneously, and, technically speaking, no deal is finished until all four of the "Four" are set.
"King Arthur" won't be the second coming of "Gladiator" or "Troy" when it comes to carnage.
NYU students won three of the four awards at the 10th annual DGA East Coast Student Filmmakers Awards.
Three-time Oscar winner Stuart Craig will receive the Hollywood Film Festival's Hollywood Art Director of the Year Award at the fest's Oct. 18 awards ceremony.
Morgan Creek Prods. has tapped Jon Glascoe to pen horror thriller "The In-Between." Story follows a high school girl haunted by the ghost of her recently deceased boyfriend, who wants her to join him…