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(Hollywood Reporter, Oct. 18)

Talks start in December to revise the current contracts, which expire June 30.

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(Visual News, Oct. 18)

The show’s storyline and character development are already somewhat of their own masterpieces, but in a new film essay by Celia Gómez, fans of the show are treated to the beautiful symmetry that can be found throughout the cinematography.

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(Below the Line, Oct. 17)

The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) honored three student filmmakers at their annual student awards presentation, held at the organization’s clubhouse.

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(Deadline, Sept. 2)

Those figures include nearly 305,000 jobs in the core business of producing, marketing, manufacturing and distributing motion pictures and television shows.

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(Washington Post, Sept. 2)

Dispelling the arguments that anti-labor forces use to push forward their agenda.

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(The Atlantic, Sept. 1)

Blocked by lawmakers, voters in Arizona, Colorado, Maine, and Washington state will decide for themselves this November whether workers get a raise.

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(USA Today, Aug. 30)

The decline in union membership in recent decades has tamped down wage increases for nonunion workers.

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(Honolulu Civil Beat, Aug. 30)

The Hawaii Government Employees Association did well backing Democratic incumbents, but got mixed results in other races.

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(THR, Aug. 29)

The sequelitis virus infected a number of big-budget franchise installments, except for a precious few (think 'Captain America: Civil War' and 'Finding Dory'), while horror also helped save the day and Disney dominated.

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(THR, Aug. 24)

It's "blatant discrimination," writes the union president and former 'Beverly Hills, 90210' star, who is pushing for a new law requiring casting websites to remove birthdays.

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(Huffington Post, Aug. 23)

And no, business groups and the GOP don’t like it.

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(Vox, Aug. 23)

The argument that unionization doesn’t affect academic freedom could end up with wide-reaching consequences.

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(THR, Aug. 23)

Disney, LucasFilm, 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros. want the court to pause VidAngel's $1 movie rental service.

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(Phoenix Business Journal, Aug. 19)

Arizona has no tax incentives or state film office, but Phoenix alone had more than 400 projects that spent about $28 million in fiscal year 2016.

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(NY Times, Aug. 20)

A broad array of state-level citizen movements are pressing for reforms to give average voters more voice, make elections more competitive, and ease gridlock in Congress.

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