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Join the Colorado Branch of Screen Actors Guild and the Emerging Filmmakers Project (EFP) for an informative Q&A. The evening will be divided into two parts.

The first will be a tutorial on SAG Theatrical Low Budget and New Media Agreements. SAG’s Colorado Branch Executive Director Julie Crane and SAG Council Member Chaz Grundy will walk you through and help simplify the process.

The second part will be a Q&A with industry professionals who have worked with SAG Theatrical Low Budget and New Media Agreements.

You are invited to the Colorado Branch SAG Awards® viewing party. Feel free to share this invite with others you may know who work in the Colorado film and media industry.

•No cover charge
• Enjoy a 10% discount on food purchases when you show your union card
• Guess the Winners contest
•Bring non-perishable food items to benefit a local food bank

John Singer, Colorado Branch President

When: 5 p.m., January 30, 2011

Where: Breckenridge Brewery
2220 Blake Street
Denver, CO

Start: 11/06/2010 - 5:30pm
End: 11/06/2010 - 7:30pm

The Colorado Branch of Screen Actors Guild and SAGIndie are the proud sponsors of “One on One and Breakfast” with Elliott Gould.

This is a rare opportunity to spend the morning with one of the most famous and unconventional actors ever to attain movie stardom—all while enjoying a full hot breakfast buffet!

Colorado Branch Council member Sheila Traister will welcome attendees and start the morning with a brief Q&A with National Board Member Elliott Gould. In this intimate setting, Mr. Gould will share his experiences of being a long-time union member.

The Screen Actors Guild and Regis University/Colorado Film School (as part of their artist in residence program), have joined forces to create a wonderful liaison between the professional and educational communities.

As a professional actor who is a member of SAG and/or AFTRA, you’ll have the chance to share your talent while honing your skills by participating in the Script to Screen program. The project will consist of table readings of new scripts written by fourth year students of the film program.  

  • You have seen him on “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “The West Wing,” “The Wire,” “Homicide: Life on the Street,” “McDonald’s,” “Molson Beer” and in 1,142 other acting and modeling projects. Along with being a full-time actor and commercial model with over 1,100 bookings to date, Aaron is also the author of the top selling book, “How to Become a Successful Commercial Model,” which is now in its fifth edition. He has given over 400 workshops throughout the U.S., Canada, Australia and Mexico.

The Colorado Branch will be conducting a Joint Wages & Working Conditions Meeting in preparation for the SAG TV/Theatrical and AFTRA Exhibit A Contract Negotiations. For details on W&W 2010, please visit either the Screen Actors Guild website at or the AFTRA website at

What: House Bill 1010 signing Ceremony

Please join bill sponsors Rep. Tom Massey, former Rep. Anne McGihon, State Sen. Nancy Spence, State Sen. Dan Gibbs and members of the film community to witness Governor Bill Ritter’s signing of HB 1010.

By signing HB 1010 the governor will create the new “Colorado Office of Film, Television and Media”. This state agency will begin operating as of July 1, 2009 as a part of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.

When: Thursday, June 4