Working with SAG doesn’t have to be a pain in the ass for indie producers...

Working with SAG for the first time can feel like scaling a mountain of paperwork, requirements and stress.

If you’re producing your first SAG film or web series, you probably have a lot of questions:

If you're in the middle of pre-production, you probably have a million things to worry about and not enough time.

You want to spend your precious time on creative decisions -- not spending hours searching the web, trying to figure out the SAG contracts, paperwork, and rules.

And if you can't afford a payroll company, you don't want to spend hours after production trying to figure out how to calculate Pension & Health payments, taxes, and where to send them.

It doesn’t have to be so hard.

What if you had…

The Indie Producer's Guide to Navigating SAG

I’m putting together a detailed guide on how to navigate SAG.

It’s for indie producers who don’t have a huge budget and don’t have someone on their team with years of experience dealing with the union.

The guide guide is going to cover all of the questions above and many more, like:

I’m also going to include:

You’ll have everything you need to fill out your application and get the ball rolling in a single afternoon.

In the mean time...

The guide isn't done yet.

But, if you sign up now, I'll send you a free checklist with every step in the SAG process. It's a step-by-step guide to the entire process, so you won't miss a single step.

And I'll let you know when the full guide is done.

(seriously, the checklist alone will get you 80% of the way there)


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About the author

Robert Carter is a writer, director, producer, and web developer in Chicago. Since 2015, he's made a web series and three SAG short films. Right now, he's working on producing his first SAG ultra low budget feature.