Film crews became ‘collateral damage’ of Hollywood strikes
Hundreds of thousands television crew workers were unemployed for up to 10 months because of strikes called by actors and writers
A Toronto production assistant whose income dried up because of Hollywood strikes lost his housing and ended up living in his car. A New York set dresser slipped out of sobriety amid the stress. A New Mexico assistant director fell into deep depression and took his life...
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