The MPAA's ban on awards screeners drew ire from indies, the creative community and journalists.
Can Hollywood learn from the music industry's problems with file sharing? Many think so.
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In Hollywood, it's all about image. And the major studios have presented the image that they are united in a global fight against piracy.
Two members of Walt Disney's board ankled last week to launch a public campaign against Michael Eisner's stewardship of the storied company.
Last week, SAG reposted on its Web site a list of worrisome distinctions between its expired pact with agents -- known as the Master Franchise Agreement -- and its replacement, the General Service…
In a stunning underdog victory for indie producers and a defeat for corporate muscle, a New York federal Judge on Friday granted a coalition of independent filmmakers "injunctive relief" against the…
Jack Valenti brought his anti-piracy campaign Thursday to downtown Los Angeles, a few blocks from where illegal copies of current releases are for sale.
The leaders of the Writers Guild of America have signaled that upcoming negotiations with studios will have a strong focus on improved DVD residuals and health care.
Jay Rifkin has sued his longtime business partner, composer Hans Zimmer, claiming he secretly conspired to take over their business, Media Ventures, himself. Rifkin seeks in excess of $10 million in…
Vivendi Universal said Thursday that Edgar Bronfman Jr. and his father Edgar M. Bronfman have resigned from the French conglom's board of directors.
Leaders of Actors' Equity have announced that health care and non-Equity tours will be the top priorities at upcoming negotiations and warned that bargaining could be bumpy.