The recent SAG board elections produced a remarkable outcome. Here in Hollywood, and throughout the country, Guild members overwhelmingly elected leaders who believe SAG and AFTRA should unite to form a single union. Previous 1st Vice President Anne-Marie Johnson said members delivered a mandate, noting, “They want to merge, and they want it taken care of as soon as possible.” I agree.
Duncan Crabtree-Ireland, who represents Screen Actors Guild as general counsel and deputy national executive director, was named to POWER UP’s 10 Amazing Gay Men in Showbiz list for 2010. He received the award at the 10th Annual Power Premiere Celebrity Gala on November 7 in Hollywood.
POWER UP is a non-profit organization known for its award-winning short films that advance the careers of gay women filmmakers. Two years ago, the group created the men’s list in addition to the 10 Amazing Gay Women in Showbiz list, which has been presented for the past decade.
SAG New Media is excited to sponsor Digital Hollywood NYC, November 10-12, and is pleased to announce that SAG members are eligible to receive deeply discounted pricing for conference passes.
To purchase discounted passes visit http://bit.ly/cDXQXe.
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AEA, AFTRA, AGMA, AGVA and SAG members are advised that Actors' Equity Association does NOT have a contract for GIRL TALK - THE MUSICAL.
AEA, AFTRA, AGMA, AGVA and SAG members may NOT accept employment in this production without an Equity contract.
Equity Franchised Agents are reminded that it is a violation of the Agency Regulations to submit Equity members for non-Equity work.