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    I read the post about the short film contract but still have a problem. one of my three actors recently joined sag (about a month ago) didn't know until now and I shoot in 9 days. That contract says it needed to be filled out and submitted a month in advance.

    anybody know how I can remedy this? Are there alternate routes?

    #2
    Originally posted by Sajc05 View Post
    I read the post about the short film contract but still have a problem. one of my three actors recently joined sag (about a month ago) didn't know until now and I shoot in 9 days. That contract says it needed to be filled out and submitted a month in advance.

    anybody know how I can remedy this? Are there alternate routes?
    call your SAG rep.
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      #3
      don't worry about that one month thing or 2 weeks thing, I filed one 2 days before shooting once, the SAG rep will take care of you.
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        #4
        How do I contact a sag rep? Do you mean the actors rep is who I should be getting in contact with?

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          #5
          you file a SAG film signatory by contacting SAG theatrical contracts as a Producer. He/She will guide you through.

          Here is their #: (323) 954-1600

          You don't have to listen to their pre-recorded bs, just tap "0" and ask the operator to guide you to theatrical contracts.

          Problem: SAG contracts with studios expires Monday, yes this coming Monday. It is more than likely SAG will go on strike, when that happens, SAG actors are [supposedly] not allowed to work, which is bs... but I'm sure your actors will not mind, it only "really" matters if it's a big budgetted feature film or tv show/movie.

          That being said, actors can still sign up for "Financial Core" status, allowing SAG actors to work Non-Union jobs, it doesn't cost anything, they just lose their opportunity to "Vote" for SAG awards, and run for office (big deal -_-)

          Let me know if you have anymore questions...
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          Willis Chung
          Marketing Manager

          DJI Technology, LLC
          Los Angeles, CA 90038
          www.dji.com

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            #6
            thanks a lot for the info. And I'm sure I'll have more questions if this strike happens. I think my actor is just nervous about not doing anything he shouldn't be doing being a new member and all.

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