The precipitous decline in work for L.A.'s studio musicians over the past 15 years, as outlined in a recent white paper, has many of them debating what can be done about it — and whether their own…
A movement aimed at bringing more film and videogame scoring to L.A. has emerged and the AFM has been a primary target of criticism.
The American Federation of Musicians has reached a three-year deal on a successor contract with ABC, CBS and NBC covering live and recorded shows.
Network shows with live bands, including "The Tonight Show" and "Dancing With the Stars," were the subject of protests Tuesday by the American Federation of Musicians, which contends its performers…
A sweet, sun-bleached but slightly dim fusion of family melodrama, romantic comedy and picture-postcard travelogue, the Havana-set "Day of the Flowers" aims to dance away its script troubles to the…
Victor Spinetti, a comic actor who appeared in three Beatles movies and won a Tony on Broadway, has died, his agent said Tuesday. He was 82.
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City National Bank has appointed David Acosta as senior VP and team leader for entertainment.
Pic lacks in impact what it has in novelty.
The contemporary soundtrack market, studio execs say, has collapsed.
Ten helmers, each given a formula to shoot a Gotham love story. The results are, well, formulaic.
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