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SUPPORT THE CA FILM & TV JOB RETENTION AND PROMOTION ACT

The IA California Locals have been working with a large coalition of guilds, unions, producers, small businesses and other associations to promote the enhancement and expansion of California’s production tax incentive program. One component of this Alliance’s efforts is the creation of an online petition to show our legislators the vast amount of public support for the passing of AB 1839, the California Film and Television Job Retention and Promotion Act.

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A VAMPIRE FILM WITH A MUSICAL FLOW

Editor Affonso Gonçalves has led a charmed life in New York independent film. Born in Brazil, he studied at the London International Film School for three years before attending the American Film Institute for two and a half years. While in school in London, he did everything from sound to operating camera, with a strong focus on theory. He fell in love with editing, though, and chose it as his focus at AFI.

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GUILD NAMES SEMINAR ROOM FOR DEDE ALLEN

Motion Picture Editors Guild President Alan Heim, A.C.E., dedicated the Guild’s revamped Training Room as the Dede Allen Seminar Room on Saturday, April 5 at the Guild’s Hollywood offices. Tom Fleischman, CAS, and Ramey Ward, the son and daughter of the late Allen, A.C.E., were on hand and made remarks after the brief ceremony. A slide show of images of Allen from throughout her career was projected on a wall during the event.

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WGA Boards Endorse New Studio Deal, Set Membership Vote
The governing boards of the Writers Guild -- the WGA West Board and WGA East Council -- have unanimously endorsed the deal reached with the studios last week and have sent it on to the membership for a vote. Ratification is expected. Next up is SAG-AFTRA, whose deal expires June 30. Talks have not yet been set, but there may be an announcement on the matter coming out of the union's board meeting this weekend.


SAG-AFTRA to Begin Contract Talks with Producers on May 5

‘Midnight Rider’ Investigation: Sheriff Will Leave Question of Criminal Charges to D.A.

WGA Diversity Report Finds Declines in Film, Small Gains in TV


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Motley Fool: What the March Jobs Report Tells Us About the U.S. Economy
Bad news first: Unemployment is still steady at 6.7% despite recent positive job reports. This means there are still nearly 10.5 million Americans out of work. But this is not because the economy is stalling. Rather, the U.S. economy is continuing to show progress and moderate expansion in the face of the recent harsh weather. Considering the economy has added an average of 170,000 jobs per month since the beginning of the year, all signs look pretty good.


Center for Public Integrity Wins First Pulitzer Prize

AFL-CIO: 6 Reasons Why Unions are Essential to Creating Broadly Based Prosperity

Gallagher: Why Bernie Sanders [pictured at left] Should Enter the Presidential Primaries


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RICHARD SANCHEZ
ASSISTANT EDITOR:
"My biggest challenge has been hopping across different worlds of post. I got my start in reality, but in the past couple of years I've been making more traction in scripted television and in the last year I've expanded into features. Working in reality for several years, I became very comfortable with the process."

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