Re: First ATA agency breaks ranks
Originally Posted by AnyOtherName
I mean, if the Big Four can't represent writers, then they'll control 0% of the work; one day, they will no longer be so Big, and one day, they will no longer be Four.
what happens if a big-time writer breaks ranks and goes back to an agency?
and, ideally, it would be great is the DGA and SAG would get on board with the WGA.
TIP OF THE DAY: when you attend a big film festival, make sure you have a pitch ready-- you never know when you'll find yourself sitting across from Shane Black and he asks, "what're you working on?"