Writers Guild Wants 1-on-1 With Top 9 Agencies; Actor/Filmmaker Eric Schumacher

Writers Guild Wants 1-on-1 With Top 9 Agencies. The WGA Rejects ATA Offer and now seeks individual talks with the top 9 agencies.

wga ataWriters Guild Wants 1-on-1 With Top 9 Agencies; Actor/Filmmaker Eric Schumacher

Writers Guild Wants 1-on-1 With Top 9 Agencies. The WGA Rejects ATA Offer and now seeks individual talks with the top 9 agencies.

Variety reports the Writers Guild of America has called off negotiations with the Association of Talent Agents in favor of pursuing individual talks with nine top agencies as it enforces a total ban on packaging fees and affiliated production for agents representing guild members.

Bad podcasting will teach you how to make good radio

When you hear a long drifting podcast with no discipline you recognise good radio. There will always be a place for good podcasts, but bad podcasts can teach you how to make good radio.”

KOP tests this theory made by Amanda Keller, the co-host of Sydney’s WS FM Breakfast Show, who said this while speaking on a panel at Mumbrella360.

KOP speaks about the obstacles of the independent filmmaker with Actor/Filmmaker Eric Schumacher.

Eric Schumacher

Eric Schumacher is a critically acclaimed and multiple award-winning actor, producer, and director. Eric has produced or directed industrial videos, commercials, feature films, short films, web series, music videos and more.

Eric has extensive experience in entertainment marketing, teaching, business development, contract management, and negotiations and even economic development and is currently the creative director for Seelie Studios, LLC, the multi-time award-winning narrative fiction and branded entertainment creative group.

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WGA-ATA Deal Deadline Approaches; Patrick Kilpatrick on “Dying for Living”

Time Running Out For New WGA-ATA Deal as the expiration of their franchise agreement approaches.  Plus, iHeartMedia Prepares for Possible I.P.O. even while bankrupt, and Netflix fuels the pipeline for more content and now fuels the race for studio space.

WGA-ATA Deal

Plus, KOP interviews Patrick Kilpatrick, a veteran actor who has appeared in over 170 hit films and TV shows largely as a villain — from Steven Spielberg’s MINORITY REPORT to James Cameron’s DARK ANGEL to 24 to PBS.

patrick kilpatrick

He has had a fascinating career appearing against the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Caan, Tom Cruise, Jean Claude Van Damme, Bruce Willis, Steven Seagal, Naomi Watts, Pam Grier, Sean Connery, and Jessica Alba .

I spoke with Patrick about his new book titled: “Dying For Living: Sins & Confessions of a Hollywood Villain & Libertine Patriot”

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