• For the first time in South Africa, there is the possibility of a statutory mechanism that secures the economic content of the rights that performers are routinely required to transfer to the producer. Through the Copyright Amendment Bill we have a realistic hope of negotiating equitable contracts.

  • In recognition of SAGA’s success in building solidarity with actor unions around the world and in maintaining its affiliate membership of the International Federation of Actors (FIA), IMDbPro has, once again, agreed to provide access to our members at an exclusive 25% discount.

  • SAGA is drawing attention to an industry in crisis, with 78% of women working in film and TV saying they are discriminated against because of their gender. It's video series pull back the veil of magic around the world of cinema to reveal that women both on camera and behind the camera face often insurmountable obstacles to succeeding.

  • The Copyright Amendment Bill and the Performers Protection Amendment Bill ensure that actors will never again be forced to sign away all their rights.  But international and local media organizatio

Adrian Galley

Vice-Chair
Adrian Galley - Vice-Chair

Adrian Galley works professionally as an actor, voice artist scriptwriter and broadcast journalist. Broadcast stints include Channel Africa, Radio RSA, SAfm, 702 and Cape Talk where he was the morning news anchor for some years.

As a writer he is responsible for episodes of award-winning television series such as Going Up, Suburban Bliss and SOS. He has served on the executive of the South African Scriptwriters Association, the forerunner to the Writers Guild of South Africa, and on the Executive of of SAFREA, an association of freelance media professionals.

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