Just a reminder that there will not be a CASA MASS FOCUS this February 12th.
Instead, CASA and The Emerging Filmmakers Project are sponsoring a seminar on the Screen Actors Guild Theatrical Low Budget and New Media Agreements and how they might effect Denver-area actors and filmmakers. The seminar is being held this Saturday night (Feb. 12th) at 7:00 p.m. at Denver's historic Bug Theatre (3654 Navajo St. 80211).
As many if you know, "Going SAG" isn't always a simple decision in the Denver market, but actors and filmmakers may benefit from fully understanding the pros and cons of it. That's why The Bug Theatre and The Emerging Filmmakers Project is hosting SAG Contracts Made Simple: The Reel Deal about the Screen Actors Guild Theatrical Low Budget and New Media Agreements.
The seminar is part of the new EFP Speakers Series and features Julie Crane, SAG’s Colorado Branch Executive Director, and Chaz Grundy, SAG Council Member. MaryLee Herrmann, producer and director of the short film The Necklace and a co-producer on the soon-to-be-released feature Jimmy Said; and Christa Cannon, producer of the web-based series Mile High Laci will also be on hand. The seminar will be moderated by local filmmaker Patrick Sheridan.
The first part of the seminar will include SAG membership guidelines and a tutorial on the Theatrical Low Budget and New Media Agreements. The second part of the seminar will give actors and filmmakers an opportunity to have their SAG-related questions answered. The seminar is free, but a $5 donation to The Bug is being encouraged to help offset its operating costs for the night.
hope to see you there!