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Acting Advice

Ask Me: Non Union Print (with option to broadcast)

QUESTION FROM: anonymous Just wondering if you would know the answer to this one.  A SAG actor is chosen for a (non union) print job and is asked if they can use the stills for a tv broadcast commercial.  Would this fall under the SAG jurisdiction? Great question. As always, questions regarding the unions are […]

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Commercial Contract FAQ | Screen Actors Guild

Here is some MUST-HAVE info on SAG contracts. (Follow the link for the full article/webpage) The FAQs are intended to provide brief answers to the more frequently asked questions. For further information regarding any of these topics, please refer to the appropriate section of the Contracts or call the Commercials & Industrial Department for assistance. […]

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Signing a SAG Ultra Low Budget Contract

After all the auditions, the call-backs, the “holds”, the stomach-churning excitement/nerves that lead up to booking a job comes the business of signing the contract. As with almost any other job in the world contracts have to be signed to ensure that all parties are on-board and will show up to see the project through […]

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Ask Me! Asking for Money AFTER Booking the job?

Question: From Tom. New York. Two hours ago I got a call from an old improv friend saying his girlfriend’s production company needed a Brit voice-over NOW. I told ’em I was non-union, they said that was cool, and I went. It was for [high-end shoe company – sic]. Crazy. I think it’s just a […]

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