As far as the indie film biz is concerned, death and taxes aren't the only inevitable things in life. There's one more item on the list: The going is tough and it always will be.
Here's a challenge. Let's lose the label "independent" film, throw it out like we've tossed other dusty anachronisms like "mutually assured destruction," "information superhighway" and "dot-com…
IATSE delegates overwhelmingly turned down Wednesday a quartet of resolutions calling for the giant below-the-line union to back a countervailing tariff against U.S. producers who use foreign…
Despite industry fears that the Internet and video-on-demand would destroy the homevid market, Italy's vid category showed little sign of erosion in 2000, thanks to DVD and the resilience of the VHS…
Even though a new film-TV deal is in hand, the Screen Actors Guild won't disappear from the radar any time soon. The key issue now facing the guild and recently named CEO John Cooke is its stalemate…
Details of Tuesday night's three-year agreement between actors and studios remained under wraps but the pact is expected to result in over $120 million of pay hikes for the Screen Actors Guild and…
For the second time in less than nine months, Blockbuster is opting to settle class action lawsuits filed against the retailer over its late fee charges.
Every time U.S. producers see executives from the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists sitting with SAG and AFTRA members across the bargaining table, ACTRA prexy Thor Bishopric…
Time plays tricks on special effects blockbusters, and Old Man Time isn't always kind to "Superman: The Movie," now in an expanded, digitally cleaned edition. Handsome DVD package includes eight…
ATG execs are mulling their options, legal and otherwise, after actress Linda Fiorentino dropped out of Tom Fontana's CBS drama pilot "Hudson's Law."