A SAG-AFTRA Wages & Working Conditions Committee meeting in Arizona or Utah may be scheduled in preparation for negotiation of the Network Code, the agreement covering non-dramatic programs, daytime serials, variety, quiz, game, reality, talk, news, sports programs and promotional announcements. For details on the Network Code W&W 2014, please visit the SAG-AFTRA website at SAGAFTRA.org.Read More
BookPALS (Performing Artists for Literacy in Schools), a nationwide program of the Screen Actors Guild Foundation, is an organization of enthusiastic actors, theater students, educators, and community members who volunteer their time to visit classrooms on a weekly basis to read aloud to kids for an hour (30 minutes per classroom). These are children in disadvantaged schools who may have no one at home to read to them. You will make a BIG difference in their lives.
Arizona-Utah Local Members,
SAG-AFTRA Wages & Working Conditions meeting will be scheduled soon in preparation for negotiation of the TV/Theatrical-Exhibit A contracts that expire on June 30, 2014. All members who work the TV/Theatrical-Exhibit A contracts are encouraged to attend and participate.
All W&W Committee meetings are open to all paid-up members; participation is limited only by fire department regulations. Please bring your current membership card (paid thru April 30, 2014) for admittance.Read More
Please meet the three delegates who will be representing the Arizona-Utah Local at the SAG-AFTRA Inaugural National Convention in Los Angeles Sept. 26-28, 2013. Board members and delegates are:Read More
On Monday, August 12, 2013, the ballot tabulation of the Arizona-Utah Local election was conducted. Please note that some candidates ran unopposed and were declared elected without the necessity of a membership vote. Following are the results of the election. Those positions that required a balloted election are listed with an asterisk*. For complete balloted election results, click here.
Margie Ghigo* - National Board Member - Four-Year TermRead More
The Utah Film Commission has announced that it has been given the opportunity to create an exhibit at the Utah State Capitol to educate the public on the significance of Utah’s rich motion picture and television heritage.