10 Questions with Gabriel Pfeiffer

June 12, 2020

New Mexico-based 1st AC Gabriel Pfeiffer started his career at Panavision, in Dallas, TX. He transitioned to the freelance world and worked his way through various camera department classifications, on projects such as Briarpatch, Stargirl, […]

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Industry Virtual Art Gallery Raises Emergency Funds

June 9, 2020

A boy dashes down a deserted street in Istanbul. Sun-bathers congregate on a rocky outcropping in Marseilles long before the term “social distancing” became part of everyday language. And in […]

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Black Lives Matter Protests Nationwide

June 8, 2020

In the wake of George Floyd’s murder, Black Lives Matter protests, marches, and rallies have been taking place daily across the country and around the world. Many Local 600 members […]

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A Day in the Life with Nicola Goode

June 5, 2020

Local 600 Unit Still Photographer Nicola Goode, SMPSP, who lives with her 16-year-old son, Dylan, in a hilltop house near the Santa Monica Airport, and maintains a storefront studio near […]

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Black Lives Matter

June 2, 2020

Still photographer Kyle Kaplan (The Tale, Boy Erased, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot) joined Local 600 when he moved to Atlanta in 2017. When he isn’t shooting features, he’s out […]

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10 Questions with Wolf Schneider

May 29, 2020

Unit Publicist Wolf Schneider has been an IATSE member for 14 years, compiling a strong industry biography that includes features like Running With The Devil, Corporate Animals, Sicario, Sicario: Day of the Soldado, Only […]

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A Yard Sale With a Heart

May 26, 2020

The Local 600 Hardship Fund got a boost and several ICG members landed great deals on some valuable equipment, all via an inventive Memorial Day weekend fundraiser. The three-day Virtual […]

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Keith Sherman – Surviving COVID and More

May 19, 2020

“The only thing we can count on, is change,” says Keith Sherman. Sherman should know. The New York-based press agent — a Local 600 member since 2005 as well as […]

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DITs Join the COVID Fight

May 12, 2020

Not all scientific research takes place in a lab. Nor are all the people running the tests and crunching the numbers microbiologists or infectious disease specialists. As the fight to […]

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Julie Donovan: The Logistics of Stitching

May 5, 2020

Question: What’s a person who freely admits she can’t sew doing in an organization that is furiously stitching masks to send to hospitals all over Georgia? Answer: Making a difference. […]

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A Generous Menu at Roots Café

April 28, 2020

The much-loved coffee, sandwiches and baked goods available at Brooklyn’s Roots Café now come with something extra: a generous serving of love, compassion and hope. When they took over the […]

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On the Road and Back: Scott Browner Lends a Hand

April 21, 2020

Under different circumstances, making the 20-mile trek up and down the 101 Freeway in Los Angeles several times a week wouldn’t have been the way that Scott Browner chose to […]

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