In a sign of the ongoing bad blood between the unions, SAG's Hollywood division has approved a resolution exploring the "acquisition" of AFTRA actors.
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs seizes a reporters' cell phone when it goes off during today's press briefing — and he nearly gets ahold of CBS News correspondent Bill Plante's…
The Directors Guild of America has applauded passage of France's law banning Internet access for those who download pirated copyright material.
The House Judiciary Committee approved a bill Wednesday that will, for the first time, require radio broadcasters to pay performers when their music is played on the air.
Most studios and indies are downsizing with the downturn; Gallic mini-major StudioCanal is gearing up and still growing.
This is a story from the upcoming print edition of Variety: The House Judiciary Committee approved a bill on Wednesday that will for the first time require radio broadcasters to pay performers when…
Kirby Dick, director of "Outrage," talks about the press coverage of his documentary, which has raised issues of when and if it is proper to mention a politicians' sexual orientation. Also, we have a…
Participant CEO Jim Berk says Imagenation is now 'our single funding vehicle.'
Update That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Last night's "Evening of Poetry, Music and the Spoken Word" at the White House — featuring Joshua Brandon Bennett, Michael Chabon, Mayda del…
IFC grabs U.S. rights to 'Tales From the Golden Age.'