Fall / Winter 2021

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 53 of 151

50 SAG-AFTRA | Fall/Winter 2021 | Podcast News Podcast Playback Looking to get more insights from industry professionals and subject-matter experts while you're out and about during the holiday season? Check out these episodes of the SAG-AFTRA Podcast and the SAG-AFTRA En Español podcast! "In the world that we live in, everybody is everything always. There is not a person walking this earth that can't inhabit whatever character written or whatever world is created." Disney Television Studios Vice President of Casting and Casting Society of America President Kim Williams from How Auditions Are Evolving "Fear of rejection can be a motivating force, and for performers, it's especially important to be aware of the degree to which you fear rejection, because it can affect how you promote yourself as an artist and your work." National Director, The Actors Fund Career Center Christopher D. Bloodworth from Useful Tips for Rejection "If you're on the right side of an argument, you don't stop until [change is made]. We represent recording artists and singers, and [fair payment] is a huge issue for them. We're never going to stop fighting for that." SAG-AFTRA General Counsel Jeffrey Bennett from Fighting to Get Music Creators Paid Fairly "I think that it's important that whatever the jobs are, [we] make sure people have good working conditions, wages and decent benefits. We have to organize the workers that are here." SAG-AFTRA member Chris Shiflett from Foo Fighters Guitarist Chris Shiflett "Decimos entre los actores que nuestro trabajo por unos segundos es sentirse Dios. Es realmente darle vida a ese personaje de blanco y negro y convertirlo en una persona de carne y hueso." "We say among the actors that our job, for a few seconds, feels like God. It is really to bring that character in black and white to life, and turn them into a person of flesh and blood." SAG-AFTRA member and actor Angélica Celaya from Conversando con Angélica Celaya Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Overcast, Pocket Casts and TuneIn. The views expressed by the guests are their own and not that of SAG-AFTRA. Any mention of products or services does not imply SAG-AFTRA's endorsement. Click here to listen!

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of SAG-AFTRA - Fall / Winter 2021