Please visit the BCCFU website for access to all rates and borders for the three individual unions and the documentation required to comply with the agreement. The website leads manufacturers to slice and fringe sheets on the basis of the specific type of production, as follows: negotiations were concluded at the end of July 2004 and focused on the complementary multi-governmental agreement of the International with the AICP. Indigenous 600, 798 and 161 have agreed to be included in the IATSE-AICP agreement and indigenous bargaining rights have been entrusted to The International. The special conditions that these three Aboriginal people have obtained for many years are maintained in the new agreement. Wages have increased by 3% per year, plus an increase of 2% for locker room service, in order to reduce past inequalities. The drafting of the contracts is complex, but the documents are about to be finalized and the signing is expected to take place in the coming weeks. For the first time, the new treaty has a useful notification provision. Salary documents must be made available to the Union. The Department of the Navy has been recognized.
A low-budget definition has been defined. IATSE Local 891 is one of three unions that form the British Columbia Council of Film Unions (BCCFU). The BCCFU Masteragrement is negotiated with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) and the Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) and provides conditions for productions at all budget levels. A printed copy of the BCCFU Master Contract 2018-2021 was sent to all eligible members. A PDF version is below. The check-off was set up for the first time by contract for all craftsmen and locals. Food penalties are pursued by the Hollywood Basic Agreement. The budget is defined in accordance with Articles 2.03 and S1.02 of the agreement, expressed in Canadian dollars and is defined as “the total budget of a project and includes compensation for tax credits and production incentives, but does not involve any contingencies of up to 10% of the budget, financing costs and obligations.”