BAFTA Sets Film Awards Dates for 2021 and 2022

June 12, 2019

BAFTA has announced its film ceremony dates for 2021 and 2022. The former will be held on Sunday February 14 and the latter on February 13. No surprise here. BAFTA tends to jump to the drum beat of the Oscars when it comes to scheduling […]

AMC’s Sarah Barnett Opens Up About Georgia Abortion Ban

June 10, 2019

AMC Entertainment Networks chief Sarah Barnett said that the issue of whether to move The Walking Dead from Georgia as a result of the state’s abortion ban was a “lot to weigh on.” She discussed the issue in a wide-ranging interview at the Banff […]

The ATA Puts Pressure on the WGA

June 10, 2019

The WGA appears to think the ball is back in the ATA’s court — that it’s waiting for the ATA to codify its latest proposals into contract language so that the guild can “formulate the appropriate response.” The two sides met Friday for the first time since April 12, after which the guild ordered all of its […]

Galloway: Hollywood Must Pull Out of Georgia

June 7, 2019

The moguls can’t support #MeToo and, at the same time, keep shooting in an anti-abortion state, writes Hollywood Reporter executive editor Stephen Galloway. “I admire Ted Sarandos. Let me say that right away. Who wouldn’t admire a guy who […]

Bernie Would Ban Anti-Union Laws

June 7, 2019

Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (D-Vermont) announced in early April that if elected, he would ban so-called right-to-work laws. Slightly more than half of US states currently have laws on the books banning unions from negotiating contracts that require all members who benefit from a union […]

Cinematographers Guild Makes Senior Staff Changes

June 6, 2019

The International Cinematographers Guild has announced several key staff changes just weeks before its newly elected leaders are to be sworn into office. Rebecca Rhine, the guild’s national executive director, described these and other […]

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