The 5th annual Made In Hollywood Honors for Television event, held Sept. 12 at 1600 VINE, celebrated Emmy-nominated TV shows filmed in Los Angeles and throughout California. Continue reading
Free screenings in September for Local 47 members
Hannoah Entertainment announces a free film screening of “Cello” for members of Local 47. The new 17-minute short dramatic film about one man’s battle with ALS and the choices he faces, stars renowned soloist and cellist Lynn Harrell in his acting debut. Continue reading
For his upcoming album “It’s Christmas Time Again,” Charles Billingsley flew in from Virginia specifically to use L.A. union musicians and singers, and a great L.A. studio to record full big band, orchestra and choir. Continue reading
We join the world in mourning the loss of Chris Cornell, who died the evening of May 17, 2017. He was 52.
A member of AFM Local 47, Chris was a dynamic musician and one of the greatest voices of this generation. The frontman of influential ’90s grunge group Soundgarden, he went on to join two supergroups, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog, in addition to enjoying a successful solo career. Continue reading
AFM Local 47 is proud to host a booth at this year’s Film in California Conference on May 20, 2017 at CBS Studio Center on Radford Avenue. Continue reading
Composer Jeremy Turner led an AFM Local 47 orchestra at the Warner Bros. Eastwood Scoring Stage in January to score the Netflix docu-series Five Came Back. Continue reading
* Updated 2/13/2017 to include winners, marked in bold italics *
Congratulations to all nominees in the 59th annual GRAMMY® Awards!
The excerpted list below highlights recordings performed here in Los Angeles with members of the American Federation of Musicians Local 47, nabbing 49 noms (and 11 wins!). We salute not only the musicians directly nominated, but also the many recording and music prep musicians behind the scenes whose work shines through on these recordings! Continue reading
The Halo series is known for epic battles, intense multiplayer battles, and iconic music, recorded here in Los Angeles.
For Halo Wars 2, an impressive 80-piece orchestra led by Wataru Hokuyama and contracted by Mark Robertson recorded the musical score at Fox Studios. The next installment of the Halo saga arrives on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC on Feb. 21, 2017. Continue reading