Actors Feature Film Collective Agreement

This book option agreement can be used when a production company wants to create a film or production based on an author`s book. The AFFCA is a common collective agreement between Media Entertainment Arts Alliance (MEAA) and Screen Producers Australia, which covers agreed pay rates, terms of employment and residual rights and payments for all performers in Australia. If you are not currently a member but would like to access the agreements, please complete our industrial application form. The chords are constantly updated, but let us know if you can`t find what you need. This model contract is intended for the engagement of actors for broadcasting programs after July 11, 2016 under ATRRA MOU 2016, as agreed by the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) and Screen Producers Australia. This previous “Artist`s Deal Memo” (television) is intended for producers who will hire actors/artists to perform in a drama/comedy series, drama/comedy series (extra-diversity), a sketch comedy, a pilot program or single-play for the television show This Artist`s Deal Memo, which will hire actors/artists for feature films as part of the Actorss Feature Film Collective Agreement. This example cast agreement (with no deferred fees) should be used if a producer who is not a member of Screen Producers Australia (SPA) is hired by actors to produce a low-budget film or video. This example cast agreement (no deferred fee)?should be used if a producer who is not a member of Screen Producers Australia (SPA) is hired by actors to produce a low-budget film or video. This model of agreement contains the most common conditions that the producer and performers must consider and agree on. However, the document was written primarily from the producer`s point of view. This example cast agreement (with no deferred fees) should be used if a producer who is not a member of Screen Producers Australia (SPA) is hired by actors to produce a low-budget film or video.

If the producer is a member of SPA, they are required to enter into a contract with the occupation and crew using contracts negotiated between the Australian union and the professional organization for actors, journalists and employees of the entertainment industry Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) and SPA. Further information on the payment of interpreters and crew is available on the MEAA website or on the SPA website, in order to post summaries of interprofessional agreements setting minimum prices and conditions and to access the Actors Film Contract, the actor`s standard contract for television game programmes; and related collective agreements: for crew members – the MPPCA; for feature film performers – the AFFCA; and for cast members in television productions – ATPA and ATRRA.

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