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EXCLUSIVE: PGA President Marshall Herskovitz on Actors, Internet Productions and this Weekend's Produced By Conference

June 2, 2010 — Marshall Herskovitz is an award-winning writer, producer, and director. He helped create such series as thirtysomething, My So-Called Life and Once and Again.

Among the films he has produced are Legends of the Fall, Traffic, The Last Samurai, Blood Diamond and the upcoming 2010 release Love and Other Drugs. He also directed Jack the Bear and Dangerous Beauty.

SAG Members Save $400 Off Produced By Conference Registration

The second annual Produced By Conference is coming up and will be held at 20th Century Fox in Los Angeles June 4-6. The conference is selling out but SAG members can register online and save $400.
 

A Conversation with Young Actors this Sunday at SAG Foundation

SAG members, don't miss your chance to hear what these talented, young artists have to say about being working actors in this business.


SAG Foundation presents

Katharine Hepburn Honored with Legends Stamp

Filed in: Event, Member Alert

The latest stamp in the Legends of Hollywood series will honor Katharine Hepburn, one of Screen Actors Guild’s founding members from 1933. The stamp goes on sale May 12, the late actor’s birthday, and features a publicity still from the film Woman of the Year (MGM, 1942), photographed by Clarence Sinclair Bull.

 

SAG honored Hepburn in 1979 with its highest honor, the Life Achievement Award. 

SAG Partners with Robert Redford and State of New Mexico for Diversity Acting Workshops

May 7, 2010 (Sante Fe, N.M.)—Screen Actors Guild President’s National Task Force for American Indians, in conjunction with Robert Redford Enterprises and the state of New Mexico, presents one of its acclaimed Diversity Acting Workshops today in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

SAG Foundation Hosts a Conversation with Kim Raver on Monday

The SAG Foundation will host Conversations with Kim Raver on Monday, May 3, 2010, 7-9 p.m. at the SAG Foundation's Actors Center in Los Angeles. The event is free and open to members of Screen Actors Guild.