T.S. Cook, who co-penned nuclear nightmare thriller "The China Syndrome," sharing an Oscar nomination for original screenplay and winning a WGA Award in 1980, died from cancer in Los Angeles on…
Writers And Directors
With all three major guilds prepping for negotiations on their master contracts, 2013 may be an anxious year for Hollywood as uncertainty pervades the labor landscape.
Women have gained top biz slots but fight far from over
Nora Ephron who started as an acerbic essay writer before moving into film as a director and being Oscar nommed for writing "Silkwood," "When Harry Met Sally" and "Sleepless in Seattle," died in a…
Every Monday morning, a group of Irish filmmakers gathers for a creative meeting in an old warehouse by Dublin's Grand Canal Dock.
In the first dramatic stroke toward ending the writers strike, the DGA's reached a three-year deal with the AMPTP that offers key advances in jurisdiction and payment for programming on the Internet.
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