I’ve worked in NBC’s News Film Archive since 2005. I work freelance, which gives me a nicer contract with a better pay rate, and I still have the MPI health and pension plans. I’m a film librarian and, since 2015, I have been the “chief.” […]
The Motion Picture Editors Guild dedicated the Ronald G. Kutak Board Room of its West Coast headquarters office, with a ceremonial unveiling of a sign and plaque at its Board of Directors meeting on Saturday, June 10. […]
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 […]
In February 2013, about a year before the formation of the Guild’s Membership Outreach Committee, I and the other editors and assistant editors of the fourth season of Swamp People (2010-present) returned to work under an IATSE contract after a four-day work stoppage that “flipped” the previously non-union show. […]
To win a Scientific and Technical Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is no small feat. After all, these prestigious awards, which are given at a formal reception a couple of weeks before the principal Academy Awards ceremony, recognize original technical innovations and developments that result in significant improvements in motion picture production and exhibition. […]
Acclaimed writer-producer David Simon’s production company has delivered multiple hit series for cable television, most recently for HBO. During that time, he has built a team of picture editors who have been working together for over a decade. […]
The Editors Guild has released a comprehensive overhaul and upgrade of its website at www.editorsguild.com, creating a state-of-the-art online experience for members to interact with the Guild for streamlined information on wages and contract rules, networking tools, dues payment and event scheduling. The site went live on May 11. […]