SAG-AFTRA Pandemic Thriller ‘Song Bird’ Order ‘Doesn’t Work’ Saved – Various1 min read
Sag-AFTRA has withdrawn the “not working” order for the Michael Bay-produced epidemic thriller “Sungbird”.
The Performers Union announced on its website on Friday, a day after its members told them not to work on the project: , And members are free to work with this product immediately and effectively. “
Sag-AFTRA did not elaborate. “Songbird” was announced in mid-May as a low-budget production that would be shooting in Los Angeles. SAG-AFTRA said on Thursday that the agency had failed to complete the signing process and that no applicable SAG-Aftra agreement had been signed, and a spokesman insisted that manufacturers were not transparent about their protection protocols, adding: Let’s accept. “
Sag-Aftara also warned members on Thursday that they could be disciplined if they worked for “Sunbird”.
“Sungbird” is a description of the near future created by Bay-Adam Goodman’s Invisible Narratives and Catchlight Studios. Adam Mason is managing from a script he wrote with Simon Boys. The story is set for the next two years where the epidemic did not go away as the virus continued to change. ICM Partners and Endeavor teamed up last month to sell “Sunbird” in the virtual ear market.
The producers did not respond to a request for comment on the SAG-AFTRA announcement. “Sungbird” was one of the first headlines to hit the product in Los Angeles after the COVID-19 crisis stopped production in March.