Everything you Wanted to Know about Working on Low-Budget Films, but were Afraid to Ask

Everything you Wanted to Know about Working on Low-Budget Films, but were Afraid to Ask
Start: 01/29/2013 - 6:00pm
End: 01/29/2013 - 8:31pm

When: 6–8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013

Where: Kaufherr Members Resource Center (KMRC)
1 E. Erie, Suite 660
Chicago, IL 60611
 
Are you and a bunch of your friends getting together and making short films? Webisodes? Spec TV Pilots? Didn't think you needed to worry about being under contract? Well...
 
This is your chance to ask all of your questions about working in low-budget films. And, you'll probably get the answers to some questions you haven't even thought of yet. Remember: As a SAG-AFTRA member, you need to be under contract for all work that you do. This includes student films, your best friend's pet project, and your self-produced short film and "no-budget" features.
 
Find out what to expect on set and how these films differ from the studio features and episodic television shows that you are used to. Learn where to find out about these auditions and how to flip a non-union film to a SAG-AFTRA-covered project!
 
Ever wonder how to properly fill out a time sheet; how, where and when to sign your employment contract; or how to negotiate on your behalf? This is the workshop for you!
 
Space is limited. RSVP to Kathy Byrne at kathy.byrne@sagaftra.org.