Union Musicians performed on the five film scores nominated for the 92nd Academy Awards.
The Edmonton Local 390 member has spent the past 45 years weaving her culture and heritage into her music, helping Native people reclaim the narrative of their lives.
After more than two years of tough negotiations with the major studios, musicians reached a tentative agreement with many substantive improvements—yet the fight for streaming residuals continues.
The Ask Musicians for Music (AM-FM) Act would give musicians a say before their work is played on the radio.
Musicians rallied with a brass band outside Disney, calling on the studio to put its “decency-over-dollars” philosophy into practice and pay musicians fairly.
The NYC Local 802 musician discusses his work as a music director, conductor, arranger, and keyboardist on Broadway and how he values his union membership.
Film & TV Musicians protested & performed live music outside the NABShow New York Streaming Summit.
TV & film musicians take their fight for a fair contract to Hollywood events, studio executives’ homes and UCLA’s campus.
Musicians held rallies from coast to coast calling on film and TV producers to negotiate a fair contract that includes streaming residuals.
Being named a MacArthur Foundation Fellow allowed the Los Angeles Local 47 violinist to devote himself full-time to Street Symphony, which provides music and human connection to the homeless, incarcerated, and other under-resourced communities in Los Angeles