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First iPhone Movie Applies for SAG Contract (Exclusive)

Shirley Knight is attached to the project, "Ode," from producer/director Brian Kowalchuk.

Directors’ New Labor Deal Puts Big Pressure on Actors (Analysis)

The Directors Guild's pre-Thanksgiving pact with the major studios makes it hard for unions like SAG-AFTRA to claim victory when their deals come up for review.

SAG Pension & Health Trustees Still Working on Reciprocity

A complete solution –- merger of the plans –- isn't even under discussion at this time.

Fight Over Sherman Hemsley’s Residuals Still Raging After Eight Years

In 2005, two men bought the right to collect the bankrupt actor's residual income, but have been quarreling with each other ever since.

SAG-AFTRA Annual Report Shows Exec Director Got 15 Percent Raise

David White earned $541,040 in compensation in the 12 month period ended April 30, 2013.

Dennis Quaid, Michael Chiklis to Host SAG Foundation’s Golf Classic

The fourth annual event is set for Monday, June 10, at the Lakeside Golf Club in Burbank.

SAG Awards 2013: Live Blog

Live updates from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

Former SAG Pension & Health Plan Employee Sues Plan a Second Time

Craig Simmons alleges he was defamed when the Plan told participants that his allegations against the Plan director were false.

‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’ Cast Deemed Ineligible for SAG Awards (Exclusive)

The team behind Sundance's Grand Jury Prize winner did not adhere to SAG-AFTRA's Low Budget Feature Agreement, costing them their eligibility.

About 15 Percent of SAG-AFTRA Staff Leaving in Voluntary Buyout (Exclusive)

The program is part of the ongoing integration of SAG and AFTRA. The union declined to provide financial details of the packages or payroll impact.

Judge Rules DGA Foreign Levies Reports Acceptable But Lawyer Claims They Don’t ‘Make Sense’

The court finds that the guild is complying with a settlement agreement, dismissing plaintiff counsel's argument that more information should be required.

Tom Carpenter leaves SAG-AFTRA, joins Actors’ Equity as General Counsel

The union's chief labor counsel departs for a legal and executive role at Actors Equity – further consolidating the power of former SAG staff in the merged union's executive ranks.