It’s time to renegotiate the Equity screen agreements.
MEAA has written to Foreign Minister Marise Payne and Trade Minister Simon Birmingham urging them to ensure Australia does not participate in a global investment conference in Riyadh in the wake of the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. MEAA wrote:
You would be aware that Saudi Arabia is hosting the Future Investment Initiative in Riyadh next week. MEAA understands ...
The UK’s leading “intimacy coordinator”, Ita O’Brien, is on a mission to make sex scenes safer for actors.
MEAA has today written to the Speaker of Tasmania’s House of Assembly condemning her new media guidelines. MEAA wrote:
Dear Madam Speaker,
I write to express the great concern of the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA), the professional association for Australia’s journalists, over the new guidelines for journalists working at Tasmania’s Parliament issued by you.
Equity is dismayed at a decision by the producers of the upcoming musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to cast an overseas performer in the lead role of Willy Wonka.