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Reel Women Seen Wins 2019 Best Foreign Short Film Award, May 1st, 2019 - Toronto, ON -- ACTRA production Reel Women Seen won the Best Foreign Short Film at the 2019 Artemis Women in Action Film Festival in Santa Monica, California, which brings the total to five awards received by the ACTRA National Women’s Committee for this short film.
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Marie Kelly succeeds Stephen Waddell as ACTRA National Executive Director, April 8th, 2019 - Marie Kelly has been tapped to helm ACTRA, the national union of professional performers working in the English-language recorded media sector in Canada, as National Executive Director and Chief Negotiator.
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Federal Budget Forgets Canada’s Screen Industry, March 20th, 2019 - Toronto, ON -- Yesterday’s federal budget announcement was an opportunity to invest further in Canadian recorded media creators, as has been done in recent federal budgets. ACTRA and ACTRA Recording Artists’ Collecting Society (RACS) were pleased to see the $20 million provision over two years for the Canada Music Fund, as well as other arts and culture budget measures, but were disappointed Canada’s screen-based industries were overlooked.
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ACTRA names Noreen Golfman 2019 ‘Woman of the Year’, March 6th, 2019 - Toronto, ON -- This year, Canadian performers are shining the spotlight on Newfoundland-based ACTRA member Noreen Golfman by naming her the 2019 ACTRA National Woman of the Year. ACTRA bestows this honour annually on an ACTRA member who excels in both her artistic and advocacy achievements.
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ACTRA’s short film Reel Women Seen launches for public use as advocacy tool, March 4th, 2019 - Toronto, ON -- ACTRA production and award-winning short film Reel Women Seen is now publicly available to stream via ACTRA National’s YouTube channel for use as an advocacy tool. The short film brings awareness to the gender inequalities that exist in Canada’s film and television, which coincides with the International Women’s Day 2019 theme of calling for a more gender-balanced world.
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Urgent action needed to support creation, production and discoverability of Canadian content: ACTRA, January 16th, 2019 - TORONTO, ON -- The Canadian union representing over 25,000 English-language performers in film, television and digital media has laid out its future vision in its submission to the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel.
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