Marcelo Gomes and Cao Guimaraes' "The Man of the Crowd, " Vicente Ferraz's "Road 47" and Paulo Morelli's "Sheep's Clothing" will world premiere at 2013 Rio de Janeiro Intl. Film Festival. All play…
Veteran union activist Gabrielle Carteris has won the SAG-AFTRA Executive VP post at the union’s first convention. The slot is the second-highest elected post in the union, which represents 165,000…
With two of the summer’s highest-grossing films, “Despicable Me 2″ and “Fast and Furious 6,” Universal already has achieved its biggest year ever at the international box office, with $1.8 billion…
For years, Texas films were the last thing people wanted to see at South by Southwest, to the extent that local directors begged fest programmers not to put them in the Lone Star section.
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.
The latenight ratings race among local Los Angeles newscasts is tightening.
Hollywood unions have reiterated their opposition to California's Proposition 32 and are urging members in the Golden State to vote against the campaign finance reform measure on the ballot.
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…
Legislation to extend California's tax credit production incentive program for two years has cleared the State Senate on 32-3 vote in a strong show of support as it heads for the Assembly.
Legislation to extend California's tax credit production incentive program for two years has cleared the state Assembly on a 70-4 vote, setting the stage for the state Senate to approve the bill.