August 2003
Daily Variety;8/18/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 31/32, SPECIAL REPORT. p40
Trade Publication
Highlights the outreach programs of the Screen Actors Guild, the Directors Guild of America and the Writers Guild of America for independent film productions in the U.S.


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