Nope! The Screen Actors Guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers will continue to slug it out over a new contract, whether or not top board members change in an upcoming S.A.G. election.
On Tuesday, S.A.G. will be releasing an official list of candidates for new national board members and alternatives. Read More
Insurrectionists in the Screen Actors Guild! It seems a group of Hollywood actors are uniting against the guild leadership in an attempt to pry the reins from the current leadership.
Calling themselves Unite for Strength, they’ve launched a campaign and nominated 31 candidates to head up the governing board that is making contract negotiations Read More
The Screen Actors Guild and the big studios continue their cat fight over contract deals through letters and statements.
The Screen Actors Guild sent out a memo yesterday outlining exactly why they rejected the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers’ final contract offer, citing stinginess in pay and union jurisdiction for online productions.
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The Screen Actors Guild is none too happy with union brethren the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. AFTRA members accepted a three-year contract with Hollywood studios, while S.A.G. is still holding out for a better deal. Not only did the union snub S.A.G.’s demands, they also talked some trash.
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The Directors Guild of America has begun informal contract talks with producers, raising stakes in the WGA strike. Sources said it appears the informal talks could last well into next week. But once the informal phase is over, formal negotiations will start almost immediately and an official announcement will be made. New-media residuals — Read More