SAGIndie & FAQ
No. Under the terms of the Student, Short and Ultra-Low Budget Agreement(s), producers can use both professional and non-professional actors in the same film. Non-SAG actors can't get into the union by doing one of these films.
Excellent question; but there is truly no simple answer. The best way is to show up on set early and prepared to work. Bringing the proper wardrobe to set. Listening when the crew is speaking. Occasionally there immediate need for a certain look or ability on the set and if you are in the right place at the right time you will get a SAG voucher.
SAGIndie & FAQ
You can learn all about becoming a SAG actor on the Screen Actors Guild website (www.sag.org) membership section.
SAGIndie & FAQ
You can't. But there's no reason to do a non-union film. Tell the producer to sign one of SAG's low budget contracts and ask them to call us. Our workshops are specifically geared to low budget filmmakers. SAG members are welcome to attend (and we encourage it), but they aren't about developing your acting career. Contact the SAG Conservatory at 323.856.7736 for those kinds of workshops.
Because of the large amount of fat between the skin and the true body, the skin is bound to sag as fat is removed by the slow gradual burning in everday life. The skin of younger bypass patients who have not been obese for long periods of time recovers more rapidly than others.
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Yes. We will have SAG vehicles circling the route all day both days to assist with technical difficulties (i.e. flat tires), transport you to a mechanic station if the issue is more technical, or to ensure your safe return to the finish line each day.
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Many CastNet actors will consider roles in student films. As their involvement will be made on a charitable basis they will expect to have their expenses paid, accommodation and meals provided, an edited version of the film and to be treated professionally and with respect at all times.
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Yes. You need to be either attending a College or High School or your film had to have been made during that time. However, exceptions are sometimes made. The school that you are attending doesn't necessarily need to be a "film school" nor do you need to be taking film classes.
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It will depend on the workload of the staff reviewing the applications. As of August 2006, the waiting period is two months for most vouchers.
Sag is a condition which appears in some Coleman ABS roofs (these are the formed white plastic roofs) where the roof begins to droop down in the center. Depending on who you listen to, the condition first appeared with the first ABS roofs in 1996. According to Coleman, the problem has been corrected, but many still report problems which can be attributed to a similar condition. The problem is compounded in Coleman's refusal to extend warranty coverage to anyone other than the original owner.
Excellent question; there truly isn't a simple answer. The best way is to work as a non-union background actor as often as possible and do a great job, showing up on time and bringing the proper wardrobe. Occasionally there will be an immediate need for a certain look or ability on the set and if you are in the right place at the right time you will be offered a SAG voucher.
Yes, we have a sag wagon for medical emergencies and mechanical breakdowns. Where possible, our vehicles are equipped with ATOC Topper Racks to be able to carry you and your bicycle back to camp, if necessary. I encourage participants to come prepared to do the entire ride and not to plan on being sagged. Where it is necessary, however, we will provide a shuttle service for participants who are unable to continue riding.
A waterbed will never sag or go out of shape. Due to the nature of a waterbed the body’s weight is evenly distributed and thus the bed keeps its form for many years. Waterbeds are constructed from super strength materials which have proven durability and can withstand lots of wear and tear. Some of our customers are still using the same waterbeds they bought over 20 years ago.
Currently you need to have worked on three SAG jobs as a background actor (each time earning a SAG voucher).
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If your school has insurance on file with MOFTB, you need to obtain a letter from your school stating your name and dates of shoot. Bring your student ID because permits will only be issued to the student named in the school letter. For locations such as city parks, subways, bridges, ferries, etc, please contact MOFTB, 212-489-6710 ext. 250 and we will provide you with the appropriate contact information.
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Answer: Yes, if you request permission to show the film in public. Showing a film to a student group is a public performance even if no fee is charged. A college function does not fall under the Fair Use Guidelines. Review guidelines below: the students must be part of a classroom instruction, meaning that students are taking the class for credit towards a degree the content of the video shown must relate to the content of the class being taught (i.e.