WGA Strike Update: One Step Forward, Many Steps Left

Last week, the Writer’s Guild of America (WGA) were invited to meet with executive members of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP), which include notable names like Disney’s Bob Iger, in the hopes to bring the now nearing 120-day strike to a close. Unfortunately, though some of the items in AMPTP’s proposal … Read more

The Film Industry is on the Edge of a Precipice

On January 16th, 1960, the Writer’s Guild of America (WGA) began striking against the Alliance of Television Film Producers (ATFP, now known as AMPTP). A few months later, the Screen Actor’s Guild (SAG, prior to their merger with AFTRA in 2012) would follow suite in a strike of their own. As outlined by Megan Mccluskey … Read more