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IATSE’s District 2 met over the weekend of July 10 to discuss regional issues and hear from speakers, including IA President Matthew D. Loeb. The meeting was held at the Sheraton Waikiki in Honolulu. District 2 consists of 50 IA locals in Arizona, California, Hawaii and Nevada. Unlike most unions nationally, the IATSE is growing. District 2 has 45,716 members, having added 2,594 members over the last two years. There were 171 D2 delegates at this convention, the 71st such meeting.

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On July 24, Southpaw, directed by Antoine Fuqua, shot by Mauro Fiore, ASC, edited by John Refoua, ACE, and starring Jake Gyllenhaal, opened in US theatres through The Weinstein Company. A story of about a boxer who goes down in defeat and fights for redemption, the film is also about a man losing his family and fighting to regain it. CineMontage had the chance to speak with editor John Refoua, ACE about his work on Southpaw.

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The Editors Guild congratulates all of its members who received nominations for the 67th annual Emmy Awards, which were announced on July 16. The awards for the post-production will be presented at the Creative Arts Emmy Show, which will take place at the Microsoft Theater at L.A. Live in Los Angeles on September 19. Re-recording Mixer Dean Okrand, CAS (pictured), was nominated in the Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series category for his work on the series 'Modern Family.' Click the link above to see a list of all the nominees.

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The Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEW) continues to grow its reputation as the top spot on the East Coast to learn the editor's craft. So it’s perhaps not unusual that it offers a great service pulling together panels of top-notch working editors who provide insight into how they pull off the latest reality TV show, miniseries or feature. This year’s “Sight, Sound & Story” one-day summit of post-production panels was held June 13 at the NYIT Auditorium on Broadway. Pictured: The Great Unscripted panel.

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Spring 2015
Actor's Fund
Motion Picture & Television Fund

IATSE Contract Memo to be Mailed August 7
The new deal was concluded in March after two weeks of negotiations between the union and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. The ratification memo- randum will be mailed on August 7. The deal is along the same lines as the agreements negotiated by SAG-AFTRA, the DGA and the WGA with a 3% annual wage hike and a 10% increase in contributions to the pension plan.

‘Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge’ Hit with Crew Strike

American Hustle: How Hollywood Rips Off Women

Emmy Nominations 2015

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$15 Minimum Wage Divides Dems
Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) is pushing to raise the federal wage from its current $7.25 an hour to $15. Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential front-runner, backed $15 per hour for New York fast-food workers on Friday but hasn’t specified a wage floor for the nation.

Why Union Leaders Want L.A. to Give Them a Minimum Wage Loophole

Issues Mount as Negotiators Gather to Wrap Up Trans-Pacific Trade Pact

IMF: Unionization, Higher Wages Reduce Income Inequality

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"Every day is a challenge. We’re 99.9 percent digital now and it’s a constantly overwhelming task to keep track of all of the audio data — verifying that it’s of the highest quality and in the proper formats, delivering it to the appropriate destinations, and making certain that everyone who’s supposed to know about it is alerted."

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