The Editors Guild’s Diversity Committee was created last year because of a need to bring awareness for inclusion in our workplace. We were glad that so many of our members showed interest in participating. […]
Bill Butler, the British-born film editor who received an Oscar nomination for his work on Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 classic “A Clockwork Orange,” died June 4 at a hospital in Sherman Oaks. He was 83. […]
Blackmagic Design continues to maintain its impressive track record of delivering well-designed products, including cameras, software, switchers, converters and a plethora of other useful tools for the production and post industry. […]
In a nondescript Burbank falafel joint on a sweltering Sunday afternoon in July of last year, co-workers crowded around an impromptu conference table made up of several four-tops pushed together. A tacky film adhered to the furniture, as is typical of greasy spoons. Sweaty forearms clung stickily to gummy tabletops. […]
In June of this year, the Editors Guild’s former National Executive Director Ron Kutak resigned from the Board of Directors of the Motion Picture Industry Pension and Health Plans (MPIPHP) after serving for over 30 years. […]
By a vote of 89%, employees of Deluxe Technicolor Digital Cinema have overwhelmingly ratified their first union contract.
The three-year agreement between the company and the Motion Picture Editors Guild covers technicians responsible […]