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After being arrested for months because of the CVIV-19 pandemic, will Hollywood productions be stopped by a giant strike? IATSE, a union representing cinema and television technicians - from the costumers to the editors via the electricians - threat to stop the work next week if studios do not work for wages but also On the daily duration of the filming for these women and men of the shadow, without whom the dream factory can not produce neither films nor series.
IATSE To Seek Strike Authorization From Members
IATSE moved one step closer to a strike against the film and TV industry Monday, telling its members that it will now ask them for strike authorization. “Today, the AMPTP informed the IATSE that they do not intend to respond to our comprehensive package proposal presented to them over a week ago,” the union leaders said in a message to members. “This failure to continue negotiating can only be interpreted one way. They simply will not address the core issues we have repeatedly advocated for from the beginning.
with our correspondent in Los Angeles, Loïc Pialate
in 128 years, the International Alliance of Employees of the Stage (IATSE), never docked. But his 60,000 members have enough. On an instagram dedicated account, technicians evoke 136 days of work in a row, regularly forgotten lunch breaks and wages barely greater than a minimum of 13 euros per hour in California.The success of streaming
two main reasons: the need to catch up because of COVID-19 first, the success of streaming then. At the time of traditional television, a season stretched from September to June and left rest beaches at the teams during the summer. But with Netflix and the others, the viewer has become accustomed to having new content all year round. In addition, some collective agreements have also been negotiated before the advent of streaming platforms with - pay-salary conditions - less favorable.one billion dollars
on their side, producers believe they have made satisfactory proposals in a pandemic context. In 2007, the scriptwriter strike had put Hollywood stopped for 100 days, costing a billion dollars to the local economy.
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