Venice, Italy). American actress Jessica Chastain expressed her support for the Hollywood actors’ strike at the Venice Film Festival this Friday and admitted that she was “nervous” about it, as her own team had advised her not to do so.
“I’m very lucky and I know it, this profession is amazing and that’s why we actors are often made to feel like we have to keep quiet to protect future job opportunities,” “The Eyes Said the winner of the Oscar for ‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ (‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’, 2022).
“I believe this is the environment that has allowed workplace abuse for decades and also led to abusive contracts for union members,” the actress said at a press conference to introduce Mitchell’s film “Memory.” Is responsible.” Franco, who is competing for the Golden Lion.
Chastain, who was wearing a T-shirt with the symbol of the Hollywood actors union SAG-AFTRA, recalled that it became clear that interim agreements with independent production companies, which AMPTP (Alliance of Motion Picture and Television) producers), allowing them to participate in events such as this festival.
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“The independent creators here today who have signed these agreements are telling the world and AMPTP that actors deserve fair compensation, protection from artificial intelligence, and a share of streaming revenue,” he said.
“I hope that being here today will encourage other independent producers and actors to come forward and support the union and I hope that the strike ends soon,” said Chastain, who admitted to sticking her neck out. Concluded with a revealing gesture.