IndieWire, Aug. 3
The Television Academy has revealed which awards will be handed out during the Primetime Emmys ceremony on Monday, Sept. 17 — and, well, it’s a lot. As usual, 26 awards will be handed on the telecast. That’s two more than the Oscars, which handed out 24 during this year’s show.
LA Times, July 31
Despite women and people of color at the helm of high-profile successes like "Black Panther," "Get Out," "Girls Trip" and "Wonder Woman," a new study has found that diversity of representation among Hollywood films remains largely unchanged from a decade ago.
Variety, July 31
The LA Film Festival has placed a heavy emphasis on diversity in its competition film slate, with 42% of the films directed by women and 39% helmed by people of color.
The Stage, Aug. 2
The entertainment industry has been raising awareness of the issue of mental health among its workforce of late.
Variety, Aug. 5
At the Motion Picture & Television Fund's "Deal With It" women's conference on Sunday, the wave of sexual harassment and abuse allegations that has consumed Hollywood over the last year took center stage.
ABC News, July 19
When Cait Cortelyou first began developing her film, "Ask for Jane," about the pre-Roe v. Wade underground abortion network called the Jane Collective, it was before the 2016 election
Huffington Post, May 30
Alicia Rodis had her first kiss on stage when she was 15. …As an aspiring actress, Rodis was happy to take the roles she was offered, including those that required engaging in and acting out intimate scenes with strangers.
Animation Magazine, May 30
In a history-making move, The Animation Guild, IATSE Local 839 — the trade union which represents animation artists in Los Angeles — has taken extensive action against The Loud House creator Chris Savino over the allegations of sexual misconduct and harassment which lead to his dismissal from Nickelodeon.
Variety, May 30
Lionsgate has taken a majority stake in management-production powerhouse 3 Arts Entertainment, a deal that reflects in the entertainment industry’s push to marry premium content providers with global distribution assets.
Broadway World, May 29
Throngs of nominees and film aficionados poured into Downtown Los Angeles' South Park Center last week for the 5th Annual Best of NFMLA Awards Show, presented by NewFilmmakers Los Angeles.
Hollywood Reporter, May 27
The end credits for Solo: A Star Wars Story list Phil Lord and Christopher Miller as executive producers on the project; of course, less than a year ago, they were still in the director’s chair before being fired.
Forbes, May 26
Despite big price swings in cryptocurrencies this past year, investor interest remains intense around the blockchain world, even as many struggle to understand the technologies and opportunities.
Chicago Tribune, May 25
Two years ago, Elm Place Middle School student Logan Borre was astounded to learn about the prevalence of hunger when her sixth grade social studies class was preparing for Project Citizen.
Adorama Learning Center, May 25
Drones or UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) have become a huge trend for videographers and photographers in recent years.
News Ok, May 25
When the filmmaking Duplass brothers sat down to list their top 10 movies of all time, one cinematic masterpiece didn't make the cut.
The IATSE Women’s Committee is working with the Coalition of Labor Union Women and Healthy Women on a campaign called “Spread the Word” to disperse helpful health information to women.
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