When a friend asked casting agent Cindy Tolan to read his script for an indie film he wanted to direct, she fell so much in love with it that she changed her career path. "I said I'd do whatever I…
The PGA East, little sibling to the Producers Guild of America, has undergone a remarkable growth spurt in recent years, tripling its ranks to nearly 300 active members.
The normally low-key Producers Guild of America took a very public turn in Oct. 6 when it launched a full-bore Truth in Credits campaign to eliminate undeserved producer credits.
Two years after shunning Michael Moore's "Bowling for Columbine," the Directors Guild of America has tapped his "Fahrenheit 9/11" as a finalist for its documentary award.
Thomas Del Ruth scored his ninth nomination from the American Society of Cinematographers for his work on the "Gaza" episode of NBC's "The West Wing" as the ASC announced its TV nominations Wednesday.
Hungarian helmer Bela Tarr will receive the American Cinema Foundation's 2005 Andrzej Wajda Freedom Prize on Feb. 6 in Berlin.
As Golden Globes producers continue to scratch their heads over this year's viewership slump, the TV Academy is looking to completely overhaul its Emmycast in the wake of its own ratings dips.
The Producers Guild of America has made its final determinations of producers to be credited for its nominated TV shows. Selections designate those who would receive the kudos if a given film or TV…
"Kinsey" and "Alexander" are among 141 nominees in 37 categories for the 16th annual Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation Media Awards, which honor "fair, accurate and inclusive representations…
For at least one filmmaking branch, this year's Oscar race isn't wide open enough. In December, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences decided not to revive its long-dormant original-musical…
Oscar winner Adrien Brody will join Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences prexy Frank Pierson in announcing the 77th Academy Award nominations on Jan. 25.