For below-the-line workers, when will work pick up?

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“I'm hopeful that we've learned from these two negotiations with the writers and SAG — that we will make some more strides. … All I can do is stay hopeful,” says set dresser Matthew Atzenhoffer. Photo by Shutterstock

Now that both the SAG and WGA strikes are over, how are below-the-line workers in Hollywood faring? 

Following big wins for SAG-AFTRA and WGA, members of IATSE — the union representing below-the-line workers — are preparing for their own negotiations.

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Christian Bordal