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Thu, 05/18/2017 - 15:57

Rules of the Industry panel
Moderated and organized by Move L.A. Committee event chair Wednezday Ryan, the Unspoken Rules of the Industry panel held on March 9 at SAG-AFTRA Plaza included actor Jon Huertas (This Is Us); award-winning casting director John Frank Levey; Dawnn Lewis (Major Crimes); director Bethany Rooney; and producer Llewellyn Wells. Photo by Highlywood Photography. 

Thu, 05/18/2017 - 15:51

On Feb. 22 at SAG-AFTRA Plaza in Los Angeles, the union’s national Spanish-Language Media Committee, chaired by Hernan de Beky, presented a panel titled Show Me the Money: The Exciting World of Spanish-Language Dubbing to a packed house. The event, which brought together female Spanish-language dubbing artists, was co-sponsored by the Television and Equal Employment Opportunities & Diversity departments.

Thu, 05/18/2017 - 15:47

On Feb. 2, about the same time Punxsutawney Phil’s head came poking out of his central Pennsylvania groundhog home, the SAG-AFTRA Radio Players production team was loading into the Wells Fargo Theater, located at the Gene Autry Heritage Museum in Griffith Park, in preparation for the 21st recreation of two old-time radio scripts.

Thu, 05/18/2017 - 15:41


Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant and Simon Helberg on the DGA stage discussing the filming of Florence Foster Jenkins and the real-life woman on whom the story was based in a Film Society Q&A following an Aug. 5 screening of the film. 

The SAG-AFTRA Film Society is excited to announce that 2017–2018 registration is now open! Don’t miss one of the best deals in town! 

Thu, 05/18/2017 - 15:37

HATS Committee
Honors and Tributes Committee Chair Jenny O’Hara and Committee Vice Chair Mimi Cozzens present the family of the late John Harlan with an award for his 40-plus years of service as “the prince of announcers” at the annual Los Angeles membership meeting at Pickwick Gardens in Burbank on March 12.

Thu, 05/18/2017 - 15:28

Beginning with last November’s intermingled NextGen Performers and SAG-AFTRA Conservatory mixer at Los Feliz’s Rockwell Table and Stage, the NextGen Performers have been on a roll with several popular events that regularly bring the union’s up-and-coming performers together. Since January, the NGP committee has organized three more gatherings at trendy locations around Los Angeles in which young members, some still new to the union, have been able to get to know their staff and network with fellow members while learning about various facets of the industry in popular L.A. locations.

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