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#1 Chad MacKenzie

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Posted 27 January 2009 - 03:51 AM

Looked on SAGs website for contracts for music video, but found none. Anyone know if they have one or if they have it under another contract?
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#2 Chad MacKenzie

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Posted 27 January 2009 - 03:57 AM

Never mind, need to be signatory.





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#3 Chris Keth

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Posted 01 February 2009 - 05:20 PM

I've been on shows that were SAG shows but not union.
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#4 Chris Burke

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Posted 13 March 2009 - 11:55 AM

I've been on shows that were SAG shows but not union.




what do you mean Not Union? By virtue of it being a SAG show, it was union. Do you mean non union in terms of crew? Being a signatory is no big deal. I have made three shorts all with budgets under 20k and all were SAG and I was a and still am a signatory. Lots of up and coming filmmakers get really scared or weirded out by a SAG contract. Talk to your local office, they are willing to work with filmmakers in order to get their members on screen. One caveat I will admit may exist is that in LA, they may not be as flexible as a smaller market town. Perhaps because they have much more work there and simply demand that you play by the book. I am biased in all this being a SAG and AFTRA member, but have also been the producer wanting to hire such people. Give your local a call.
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#5 Tim O'Connor

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Posted 27 March 2009 - 12:44 AM

what do you mean Not Union? By virtue of it being a SAG show, it was union. Do you mean non union in terms of crew? Being a signatory is no big deal. I have made three shorts all with budgets under 20k and all were SAG and I was a and still am a signatory. Lots of up and coming filmmakers get really scared or weirded out by a SAG contract. Talk to your local office, they are willing to work with filmmakers in order to get their members on screen. One caveat I will admit may exist is that in LA, they may not be as flexible as a smaller market town. Perhaps because they have much more work there and simply demand that you play by the book. I am biased in all this being a SAG and AFTRA member, but have also been the producer wanting to hire such people. Give your local a call.



Hi Chris,

Did you do those under the SAG short film agreement? I've made out okay with that.

Are you going to the Filmmakers Shindig this weekend in Quincy?
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