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Editorial - Screen says - What price talent'

One does not need a crystal ball to see the current Canadian actors' strike has implications for the whole industry. In fact, a little history may be more instructive than futurology. Since the beginning of cinema, the introduction of innovations has led to conflict - from talkies to multi-year contracts. Underlying many of those disputes has been the demand for a fair share of profits.

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