One less lawyer, one more screenwriter. That was one panelist's take on homosexuality's impact on career choices during "Gay Writers in a Straight World: The Emotional Journey," held Oct. 21 at the…
Jennifer Lopez wants to keep dancing. She has agreed to develop "Dance Lessons" at Paramount through her Nuyorican shingle as a potential starring vehicle.
Hobbled by a 90% budget cut, the California Film Commission has been forced to cut its 20-person staff by half at its Hollywood headquarters.
The Writers Guild of America and HBO have agreed to place Larry David's comedy skein "Curb Your Enthusiasm" under guild jurisdiction.
Paramount Pictures and Cruise/Wagner have tapped writer-director Keith Gordon to script Isaac Asimov's sci-fi romancer "End of Eternity."
Several hundred thesps, stage managers and supporters rallied Wednesday at Duffy Square in the Broadway district of Gotham to protest the proliferation of non-Equity touring shows.
Paul J. da Silva, graduate student in screenwriting at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, has won first prize in the Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards for his screenplay "Deep South."
Roy Christopher, winner of seven Primetime Emmys and a 32-time Emmy nominee, has been tapped for the Art Directors Guild's Lifetime Achievement Award.
Federal officials, beset by Southern California's rampaging wildfires, have pulled the plug on filming in the Angeles National Forest north of Los Angeles for as long as a month.
Abandoning the confrontational approach employed in 2000, SAG and AFTRA members have overwhelmingly endorsed a three-year labor contract with a 95% approval.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has unionized the post-production staffs of Bobwell Prods., creators of reality shows "Blind Date" and "The 5th Wheel."