In the October edition of the Motion Picture & Theatrical Trade Division newsletter: Small Screens Pay Big Dividends for Teamsters, Netflix Hit ‘House of Cards’ Brings D.C. Politics to Baltimore.
As chairman of the California Film Commission, Steve Dayan has championed the cause of fighting runaway production and giving companies more incentive to film in Los Angeles.
But, as head of Teamsters Local 399, Dayan finds himself in a high-profile standoff with a prominent Hollywood vendor whose owners say the union wants to drive up costs and make it more difficult to operate locally.
(CHICAGO) -Teamsters Local 727 members already are hard at work on the set of a new sci-fi Netflix series from the makers of “The Matrix.”
International Brotherhood of Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa today announced the appointment of Tom O’Donnell, President of Teamsters Local 817 in Great Neck, New York, as Director of the Teamsters Motion Picture and Theatrical Trades Division.
For the third consecutive year, more than 1,000 truck drivers, students and military veterans across Illinois completed safety and licensing training with Teamsters Joint Council 25.