Scott Williams, one of London’s foremost and longest standing Meisner Technique teachers, shares his top tips to empower and deepen the work of today’s actor.
MEAA Equity is concerned about the rise in non-standard language requiring actors to make or provide unreasonable warranties and indemnities, and the requirement for actors to make pre-employment declarations and disclosures – particularly in relation to television commercials and television programs.
On Saturday, we were hoping to see a government elected that would make it easier for members to bargain collectively to improve their working lives, and that would have a vision for the future of our media, arts and entertainment industries.
MEAA has welcomed the release of comprehensive arts and cultural policies by Labor and by the Greens, and calls on the Coalition to also put forward a policy.
At a special Make it Australian event in Sydney last week Shadow Minister for Communications, Michelle Rowland MP, pledged that if elected a Shorten Labor government would introduce local content requirements for Netflix and other streaming video on demand services.