Could unrest from writers, directors, and actors bury Hollywood?

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“They made us an offer we had to refuse,” says one sign in the writers’ strike. Illustration by Evan Solano/KCRW.

After more than two weeks of striking, film/TV writers and their supporters are finding new ways to keep up the energy at the picket lines.

WGA West Vice President Michele Mulroney says they’re prepared for a lengthy strike to meet “desperately” needed goals.

More labor unrest could be on the horizon in Hollywood, as actors and directors ramp up their own negotiations.