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AFM President Ray Hair Blasts Lionsgate and Hunger Games

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Uploaded on Dec 20, 2011

When the American Federation of Musicians (AFM) discovered that entertainment company Lionsgate had made preparations to go to London to do the score for a uniquely American movie, The Hunger Games, International President Ray Hair contacted Lionsgate music executives and protested. He asked the company to stay in North America and do the score with AFM musicians, under a Union agreement like those the company has with the actors, writers, directors and stage crew. When the production heads refused to budge, Hair pushed back, taking Lionsgate to task in this video.

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