Talent Agents Will Now Be Voting for the Oscars

On June 28th, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Board of Governors voted to define talent agents as “Members-at-Large,” giving Oscar voting privileges to talent agents. The Academy has 17 branches, including actors, crafts, documentaries, directors, and writers. There are two membership status categories, Members-at-Large and Associates. Agents were previously classified as Associates and

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Hollywood Union Officials and Studio Execs Release Covid-19 Filming Guidelines

What are the covid-19 filming guidelines for the resumption of film and TV production? We finally have some answers, thanks to entertainment industry union officials and studio executives. Last month, entertainment industry professionals were shocked by California Governor Gavin Newsom’s announcement that film and TV production would resume. In response, studio executives and members of

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What is HBO Max?

Do you need another streaming service? Insane as it sounds, there’s a brand new one to consider: HBO Max. But it’s not HBO. Well, mostly. Let us explain! Launching on May 27th, HBO Max is not the same as premium channel HBO or its streaming app HBO Go. It’s a new venture from Warner Media.

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