Not-So-Secret Agents:
The Art of Negotiating Revealed

July 5, 2018

During the last week of June, the Editors Guild Diversity Committee’s African-American Steering Committee hosted “The Art of Negotiation,” an eye-opening panel to show how agents serve below-the-line talent as well as those above the line. […]

Movie Academy Invites 928 New Members in Diversity Push

June 25, 2018

The group that hands out the Oscars said on Monday that it had invited 928 new members from 59 countries, in its biggest diversity drive after years of criticism of its mostly white and male membership. If all those invited accept, female […]

California Aims for $330 Million Tax Credit Sequel

June 22, 2018

Governor Jerry Brown likely will sign legislation that would extend lucrative film and TV incentives to 2025. California tripled its production tax credits in 2014 to $330 million per year in a bid to keep ever more film and television projects […]

California’s ‘Seismic Shift’ on Workplace

June 12, 2018

In a ruling that could change the workplace status of people across the state, the California Supreme Court made it harder in late April for employers to classify their workers as independent contractors, write Maura Dolan and Andrew Khouri in the ‘Los Angeles Times.’ […]

Harrison and Gaines Join Guild’s LA Staff

June 12, 2018

The Editors Guild has added two new hires to its Los Angeles office. Joining the staff are Travis Harrison as Field Representative, and Harolena Gaines as Administrative Assistant to the Field Representatives (which also include Jacky Olitsky, Ann Hadsell, Jessica Pratt and Olie Amarillas). […]

IATSE Convenes District 2 Meeting

June 10, 2018

International President Matt Loeb told delegates gathered at the union’s District 2 Convention in Las Vegas on Saturday, June 9, that he was not afraid to get tough when contract negotiations with the producers resume in the coming weeks. […]

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