The April dues period is just around the corner — and you can sign up now to receive your dues bill online via e-mail. It’s an absolutely free new service that simply makes good financial sense.
Paperless billing is yet another way we’re more efficiently serving our members: cutting costs (not to mention clutter in your home), making your billing instantaneous and, as part of our ongoing green initiative, doing our part to save the environment.
The 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards® Nominating Committee will be randomly selected on April 1. In order to be eligible, your November 2010 dues must be paid by March 18, 2011.
Voting for the SAG Awards® is done in two stages. The first, nominations balloting, is voted on by two nominating committees. These nominating committees are selected at random by computer each year. The second stage of voting, the final balloting, begins after nominations are announced in December.
Screen Actors Guild member Bradley Whitford (Good Guys, The West Wing) and SAG and AFTRA National Board member Gabrielle Carteris (My Alibi, Beverly Hills, 90210), along with other SAG and AFTRA members, joined tens of thousands of protesters in Madison, Wis. on February 26, in a show of solidarity with Wisconsin workers.
In Wisconsin and around our country, the American Dream is under fierce attack. On Saturday, February 26, at noon local time, Rally to Save the American Dream is organizing rallies in front of every statehouse and in every major city to stand in solidarity with the people of Wisconsin. Please join your fellow union members, the AFL-CIO and other supporters in front of your statehouse. Please click here to find information about a rally in your area. &nb
Los Angeles (February 23, 2011) — In commemoration of Black History Month, Screen Actors Guild National Ethnic Employment Opportunities Committee and SAG Affirmative Action & Diversity will present events today in Los Angeles and New York celebrating the history and accomplishments of African Americans in film and television.