About SAGE

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About SAGE

The South African Guild of Editors is a voluntary, non-profit organisation which represents film and video picture editors, assistant editors and sound editors. In its 25 years of existence, SAGE has become a recognised player in the Film and Television industry.

 

What does SAGE do?

SAGE aims to promote the art of editing. We represent post-production workers' interests at industry and government levels. We facilitate masterclasses, workshops, internships — and we host screenings and social events. We also offer a standard rate card, a pre-employment checklist and a job offer reporter

 

SAGE Acronym

The SAGE acronym, S.A.G.E., indicates peer recognition of excellence in a field. It is the highest honour that SAGE can bestow on an editor. 

SAGE Constitution

SAGE is governed by a constitution. It guides the objectives and operations of the guild. The last time the constitution was ammended was in 2012.

SAGE is a non-profit organisation
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