Important update from our friends in the film sector!
A member of the State Senate’s leadership team has filed an amendment (#38) to the state budget which would effectively kill the film & TV production program.
Released Feb 20, 2017
SAG-AFTRA, the entertainment industry labor union representing more than 160,000 actors, broadcasters and recording artists, today released the following Statement on the Rights of a Free and Unencumbered Press:
“As a union whose membership includes broadcast and online journalists, SAG-AFTRA champions the rights of a free press, whose primary role is to...Read more →
One of the recent clashes around IP rights reported somewhat recently in news media concerns residuals for voice actors. SAG-AFTRA called for a strike against 11 video game publishers this past October.
“The strike comes in light of an unsuccessful 19 months of negotiations after the existing labor contract known as the Interactive Media Agreement...Read more →
For the 10th year, artists and legislators gather under the State House dome (the Great Hall) to meet and greet, and share news...Read more →
FILMS = JOBS ADVOCACY DAY
Monday, May 9th. MA State House
Join us at the State House on Monday, May 9th for an important day...Read more →
MALC is overjoyed to learn that the historic Colonial Theater, built in 1900 and currently owned by Emerson College, will not be converted to a student activity center, dining hall, etc.Read more →
The Joint Committee on Revenue will hold a public hearing, Tuesday, March 8th at 1:00 PM at the State House on H.3978, a bill that would cripple the film and television production incentive program in MA.Read more →
MALC is dedicated to supporting the Massachusetts Production Coalition in their advocacy campaign to stop H.3978, a legislative proposal that would that would have negative consequences for many artists, crafts people, small businesses, and creative agencies in the Commonwealth.Read more →