The Screen Actors Guild has transferred a pair of veteran execs to head SAGIndie, the guild's outreach arm for independent filmmakers, and relocated the operation to national headquarters in…
Kirch founder Leo Kirch and his longtime deputy Dieter Hahn have turned down a reported six-figure offer to become consultants to bankrupt Kirch Media's insolvency administrators.
Producers Mark Sennet, Alan Jacobs and Mark Hayman are developing a project about the Bonny Lee Bakley murder based on Dennis McDougal's upcoming book "To Live and Die in Los Angeles."
Members of the Writers Guild of America East have ratified a three-year deal with ABC covering 180 newsroom employees in New York and Washington, D.C.
Intertainment scored a victory Tuesday when a federal court allowed it to proceed with its allegations that Franchise Pictures and its principals, Elie Samaha and Andrew Stevens, were involved in a…
The state of California has estimated it will cost $100 million annually to enact legislation offering incentives to producers as a way of slowing down runaway production.
Shares in beleaguered Gallic conglom Vivendi Universal rose Tuesday after claims that board members are considering spinning off its media assets.
Sony Pictures is in negotiations to take in turnaround from Dimension Films all rights to Marvel Entertainment's "Ghost Rider."
SAG, on the heels of the most contentious election in its history, has opened the campaign season for its next election.
In a cliffhanger, U.S. Librarian of Congress James Billington on Tuesday rejected a proposed royalty rate for streaming music on the Internet, saying he will come up with his own figure, prolonging a…
Former Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Peter Guber will deliver the keynote address July 16 at the VSDA's 2002 convention.