The Princess Grace Foundation-USA, dedicated to identifying and financially assisting young artists in theatre, dance, and film, honored its current crop of grant winners at a black tie gala at New York's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel on Tues., Oct. 28.
A last-minute fix was inserted into a $128 billion corporate tax cut bill the House Ways and Means Committee voted out Tuesday that could help stem the exodus of motion picture and TV production from the country.
The U.S. Postal Service is moving forward with a controversial proposal to dismantle the "cooperative mailing" rules governing mailing rates paid by commercial fundraisers when they work on behalf of not-for-profit organizations.
Eligible voters of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) must return their commercial-contract ballots by Mon., Oct. 27.
Marcia Gay Harden will star in an upcoming original film for Lifetime.
This week's Skinny contains plenty of scholarships and fellowships, which are readily available for students willing to rise to the head of the class. You don't have to be a Tracy Flick to reap the benefits of a little hard work.
Gov. George Pataki has signed the Child Performers Education and Trust Act of 2003, which protects wages and learning for young people working in NY's entertainment industry.
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Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman are adapting their "Adaptation" talents to the horror genre for Columbia Pictures. Deals are being worked out for the duo to collaborate on an untitled horror film for the studio that Kaufman is writing, with Jonze set to direct.