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Indie Film Club Miami bring you another absolutely necessary to your career workshop. Whether you are an actor or a filmmaker, you need to know as much as possible about what SAG-AFTRA has to offer and how to navigate and complete the various contracts and agreements in order to become a SAG-AFTRA production. You should always strive to make your production SAG-AFTRA.
Two SAG-AFTRA Representatives will walk you through signing SAG-AFTRA Low Budget Agreements from start to finish.
Here are some valuable info we will cover:
- Student Film Agreement
- Short Film Agreement
- Ultra-Low Budget Agreement
- Modified Low Budget Agreement
- Low Budget Agreement
- New Media Agreement
Linda Isrel has worked with SAG-AFTRA since 2001. For the past seven years she has held the position of Associate Business Representative with the office in Miami, Florida where she serves as the go-to person for producers of Short and Student film projects including first time producers in their first experiences working with SAG-AFTRA contracts. Since the Miami Staff provides contractual support to six SAG-AFTRA Locals in the Southern U.S., she works with producers from 12 States including Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas. She also assists advertising agencies and production companies with paperwork for commercials and corporate-educational (industrial) programs.
SAG-AFTRA represents more than 165,000 actors, announcers, broadcasters journalists, dancers, DJs, news writers, news editors, program hosts, puppeteers, recording artists, singers, stunt performers, voiceover artists and other media professionals. SAG-AFTRA members are the faces and voices that entertain and inform America and the world. Visit SAG-AFTRA onlines at SAGAFTRA.org.
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Indie Film Club Miami