Calling Out Anti-Mom Bias in the Workplace

July 13, 2018

On a Saturday in late June, over 40 women members gathered at the Guild’s LA headquarters for a roundtable entitled “#MomsToo.” Amy Adrion, who directed “Half the Picture” (2018), which “celebrates the groundbreaking work of female film directors and investigates the systemic discrimination” against women in Hollywood, was also in attendance. […]

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. […]

Editors Guild Members Invited
to Join Motion Picture Academy

June 26, 2018

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has extended invitations to join the organization to 928 artists and executives from 59 countries — including 37 Editors Guild members in good standing — who have distinguished themselves by their contributions to theatrical motion pictures […]

Study: Pay Disparity for Women Making Films

June 17, 2018

As a Hollywood script supervisor with nearly three decades of experience, Dawn Gilliam has worked on major blockbusters including Black Panther and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But even with a stellar resume, Gilliam said she still […]

13 Questions Why:
Editor Jacques Gravett

June 12, 2018

When Jacques Gravett, ACE, first started working in television, any talk of diversity in Hollywood was a long way off. The industry was comprised of mainly men, most of them white. […]

She’s Got the Music in Her:
Mitsuko Alexandra Yabe

June 12, 2018

Music editor Mitsuko Alexandra Yabe exemplifies the possibilities offered by the world of post-production if one is willing to throw oneself in and find one’s way. Yabe was born in New York but grew up in Tokyo, where she trained in violin and taught herself guitar. […]

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