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Georgia’s Abortion Laws Affects the Filming Industry

By Olivia Gleichauf

Georgia’s recently passed abortion laws has continued to escalate tension in Hollywood, with its own economic interests in the state at stake. Yesterday’s story in the New York Times shows that the issue is now moving to the public pressure to influence the industry. Notable actors and directors, including Jason Bateman of Ozark and Alyssa... »

WGA Resumes Talks Between Writers and Agents

By Olivia Gleichauf

On Wednesday night, The Writers Guild of America (WGA) agreed to a request made by UTA co-president Jay Sures to reopen talks between the guild and the Association of Talent Agents since negotiations failed between the two more than a month ago when trying to reach a new franchise agreement. The fight between agencies... »

Sound Lounge: Executive Producer Becca Falborn

By Staff

Sound Lounge, New York’s leading independent provider of sound services for advertising, television and feature films, has promoted Becca Falborn to Executive Producer. In her new role, Falborn will manage the studio’s busy advertising division and supervise its team of producers. She will also lead client relations and sales. Additionally, she will manage Sound... »

Writers Guild Amends Suit Against Talent Agencies

By Olivia Gleichauf

The Writers Guild of America (WGA) has amended its suit against the major talent agencies, adding a claim of constructive fraud. As 0riginally reported by The Hollywood Reporter, The WGA’s First Amended Complaint notes that “constructive fraud” does not imply fraudulent intent, but instead is premised on breach of fiduciary duty and/or on an... »

Empire State Development: 20 Major Network Series

By Staff

Empire State Development has announced that 20 major network series will film in New York State this year, including four new series. The announcements were made this week at the 2019 network upfronts, the presentations given by major networks to promote new and renewed series that will be part of their fall schedules. As... »

Goldcrest Post: Domenic Rom as Managing Director

By Staff

Domenic Rom, a longtime fixture of New York’s post-production industry, has joined Goldcrest Post as Managing Director. Rom will oversee operations, drive sales and pursue growth strategies for Goldcrest, one of the largest independent providers of post services for film and television on the East Coast. Rom’s appointment was announced by Goldcrest Films owner... »

Georgia’s Abortion Law Polarizes Hollywood

By Olivia Gleichauf

Georgia has become one of America’s top movie and TV filming location over the last several decades including Netflix’s Stranger Things and Ozark, AMC’s The Walking Dead, and the forthcoming HBO series Watchmen. Georgia governor Brian Kemp signed into law on May 7th an extreme “fetal heartbeat” bill that bans women in the state... »

Verve Signs Writers Guild Code of Conduct

By Olivia Gleichauf

The Writers Guild of America has recently announced that Verve, an agency that primarily represents writers and directors, has signed the Writers Guild’s Code of Conduct. The 30-agent firm is the first widely recognized signatory to the code. The firm’s roster includes Colin Trevorrow; Brian K. Vaughan; Howard Deutch; Jac Schaeffer (Marvel’s upcoming Black... »

CAS: 56th Annual Awards Timeline

By Staff

The Cinema Audio Society (CAS) has set the date and timeline for the 56th Annual CAS Awards, which will be held at Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown, as well as the CAS Student Recognition Award timeline. The CAS Awards recognize Outstanding Sound Mixing in film and television, Outstanding Products for Production and Post-Production, as well... »

Cinematic Media: Sound Editor Martín Hernández

By Staff

Cinematic Media, Mexico City’s largest, full-service post-production facility focused on television and cinema content, is teaming with two-time Academy Award-nominated supervising sound editor Martín Hernández to bring Hollywood-caliber sound services to Mexico. Hernández, sound supervisor for such films as The Revenant, Birdman and Pan’s Labyrinth, is overseeing construction of a new sound division at... »

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