The fate of the film industry was unclear just a few short months ago when the WGA went on strike this past May. Fast forward through Summer and the outlook seems brighter. Thankfully, conflict between the Writer’s Guild Association and Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers has been settled after nearly five months.
Reportedly, the WGA and AMPTP made a deal based on the tentative agreement that was reached. Still, the deal must await approval before the strike officially ends.
Details surrounding the film industry’s writer’s strike agreement have not yet been released. Technically, the WGA remains on strike but picketing ends. The strike is on until the negotiations committee votes. Until then, on whether to pass the agreement on to the WGAW Board and WGAE Council for approval. Evidently, negotiations were at a standstill over AI and staffing elements.
As for the actors, the SAG-AFTRA remains on strike and heads back to negotiate with AMPTP. So far, the WGA members will not return to work until their fellow actors reach an agreement as well. Check back for more updates regarding the final stages to end the strike.
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