Tell AMPTP to Give Behind-the-Scenes Workers a Fair Deal
After months of negotiating successor contracts to the Producer-IATSE Basic Agreement, and the Theatrical and Television Motion Picture Area Standard Agreement, the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) announced it does not intend to make any counteroffer to the IATSE’s most recent proposal. Throughout the bargaining process, the AMPTP has failed to work with us on addressing the most grievous problems in their workplaces, including: Excessively unsafe and harmful working hours. Unlivable wages for the lowest paid crafts. Consistent failure to provide reasonable rest during meal breaks, between workdays, and on weekends. Workers on certain “new media” streaming projects get paid less, even on productions with budgets that rival or exceed those of traditionally released blockbusters. Join us in telling AMPTP to make a fair deal with film and television workers!
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