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Original score by Michael Giacchino
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Original score by Germaine Franco
Original score by Josh Atchley Soundtrack produced by Future
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Original Score by Steven Price
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An Independent/Festival Film Original Score by Christian P. Bacon
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A Netflix Original with Original Music Sean Callery
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A Netflix Original Original Score by Steve...
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Original Score by Jon Brion
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Original score by Randy Newman
Original Score by Christopher Lennertz
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Original Music by Michael Andrews
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Original Music by Tyler Bates
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Music Direction by Edward Trybek
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Original Music by Rolfe Kent
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Original Music by Jeremy Turner
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Original music by Ali Shaheed Muhammed and Adrian Younge
Original Score by Rupert...
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Original Music by Jeff Danna and Mychael...
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AFM Player Conference Council meeting in style...
With friend Senate Majority Leader Ian Calderon in Sacramento this afternoon. #taxcredits #feelinghopeful
We're in Sacramento today #taxcredits #keepingthescoreCA
LOS ANGELES (June 9, 2018) – SAG-AFTRA today announced a tentative agreement has been reached with the four major television broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox) and other producers on terms for a successor agreement to the National Code of Fair Practice for Network Television Broadcasting..... ... See more
The company has agreed to minimums and other terms even for ad-supported content, an apparent first.
American Idol, Dancing With The Stars, Jimmy Kimmel, James Corden, The Voice, America's Got Talent, Colbert, Seth Myers, SNL, Academy Awards, Emmys, Tonys, MLB, NFL, NBA - and more...
Residuals are likely to be in play.
The union also wants more “equity” in the industry standards for those employed in New Media. “Equity is also a key issue in these talks. Members of the IATSE sit at the epicenter of digital technology. The contributions of IATSE members have allowed this area to thrive. The next step must be about applying industry standard conditions to this work – including health and pension benefits – for all new media productions. ... See more
Stalled negotiations for a new IATSE basic agreement are set to resume on June 26 – just days before the July 31 expiration of the current contract. Long hours, safety and pension and health benefi… ... See more
Arts Los Angeles Gets a New County Department Dedicated to the Arts May 16, 2018 by Taylor Walker2 Comments Written by Taylor Walker On Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously in favor of creating a new county department dedicated to the arts. Since 1947, the county ha... ... See more
Katia Popov 1965-2018 Memorial service on June 2, at 1 p.m. Beverly Hills Presbyterian Church 505 N Rodeo Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (310) 271-5194 If there is anyone who would like to say a few words about Katia, please email your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org, so we can organize these tributes. Please keep them to no more than 3 minutes! We lost one of our most magnificent colleagues on Friday, May 18th. Katia was not only a brilliant violinist but also a wife and mother, and a friend to so many. It was hard not to be starstruck by Katia. Her radiant presence was in evidence throughout her tenure as concertmaster of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and California Philharmonic. In addition to her accomplishments as a virtuoso violinist, she had an extensive background as a studio and symphonic musician. Her grace, dignity and beauty made her always look as though she had just walked off the cover of Vogue Magazine and onto the concert stage! She was warm, personable and sincere with everyone. She was passionate and driven about everything she put her mind to, and possessed the most infectious laugh in the world. Katia's work as a violinist for the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra was part of what brought her to the City of Angels. Born in Sofia, Bulgaria she studied at the Paris Conservatory and then trained under Iona Brown, former concertmaster of the LA Chamber Orchestra. She was the first to receive a Doctorate from UCLA in violin performance, studying with Alexander Treger, former concertmaster of the LA Philharmonic. In addition to the ensembles mentioned above, Katia was the Principal II Violin of the Long Beach Symphony, founder and first violinist of the award winning California String Quartet and Music Director of the Musical Sunday Afternoons, a popular chamber music concert series in Los Angeles. Her love for music began at an early age. Her father was principal oboe player for the Sofia Radio Orchestra and he often brought three year old Katia to rehearsals, where she loved looking at the violins. She begged her parents to buy her a violin and proved her devotion by picking up sticks and pantomiming practicing the instrument. Her parents bought her first violin and at age four, and she was on her way! In addition to breaking the glass ceiling by being the first female concertmaster of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, she was engaged as a soloist with the Sofia Philharmonic, European Symphony Orchestra, Sofia Chamber Orchestra, Redlands Symphony, Santa Barbara Symphony, Long Beach Symphony and Santa Monica Symphony, among others. As Katia's father's career influenced her, so has her career influenced her own daughter, Irina, who grew up watching her mother play for the movies shown at the Hollywood Bowl, and now works as a producer in the film industry. Her eleven year old son Alexander, is also already making movies of his own! Katia played on over 600 film scores and numerous recordings. As if her schedule wasn't full enough, Katia also designed and made beautiful jewelry, which she sold on her website. With her husband Peter, an attorney, the family loved sports; skiing, biking and being in nature. She also loved yoga and was devoted to her darling Yorkie, Zip. Her diverse and eclectic abilities were part of what made her such an amazing woman. She will be loved, cherished and missed forever by her family, friends and colleagues. ... See more
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The AFM & SAG-AFTRA Intellectual Property Rights Distribution Fund, AFM, and SAG-AFTRA today...
A large and diverse group of members and non-members attended our RMALA meeting last night,...
by Admin | Nov 24, 2017
Open Meeting for ALL Local 47 members NOTE CHANGED MEETING SITE! The AFM & SAG-AFTRA Fund – Ample Parking 4705 Laurel Canyon Blvd. Suite 400 Valley Village, CA 91607 Live TV with Jason Poss and other special guests!...