âa. Such a platform is encouraged to enter into good faith discussions with the guild prior to its launch in order to reach an agreement on the number of national subscribers attributable to this platform for the purpose of implementing the provisions of Sideletter No. 35 of the 2020 Basic Agreement regarding high-budget SVOD programs. â1. With regard to recruitment after 1 July 2020, 2017 and subject to the agreement on other conditions pursuant to paragraph 2. Below: The DGA agreements include the Basic Agreement (BA), which includes recording projects filmed under an agreement with the Association of Film and Television Producers (AMPTP), and apply to directors, assistant directors and production managers, who work in film and television. The Freelance Live and Tape Television Agreement (FLTTA) is intended for live video and recording projects and applies to directors, associate directors, interns and associate production managers working in this field. This section also contains contracts and/or information on commercials, documentaries, experimental projects, industrial films, Internet/mobile projects, low-budget films, reality TV and DGA contracts with various TV channels. Click the image to visit the Agreements area.
This section contains the DGA agreements, including the Basic Agreement (BA), the Independent Live and Tape Television Agreement (FLTTA) and the Commercial Agreement. It also includes the DGA`s Creative Rights Manual and price lists. We hope you find this section informative and useful, whether you are a member of the DGA or an employer. “MANDATORY DGA SECURITY TRAINING COMPLETED” means that the person who participates in the DGA Mandatory Security Training (CSATF “A” – DGPTP Security Passport Training) has the right to work and to have successfully completed it. Click on the image for more information on creative rights and read the Creative Rights Guide. “COVID-19 PREVENTION TRAINING NOT COMPLETED” refers to the individual`s right to work on a basic DGA agreement or that a FLTTA project has been suspended until the individual has successfully completed the COVID-19 prevention course. “COVID-19 PREVENTION TRAINING COMPLETED” means that the individual has successfully completed the COVID-19 prevention course required as a condition of employment under the COVID-19 agreement to return to work in the industry. Review the rules on electronic transmissions during the term of the agreement and, if an agreement is reached, implement them.â re-inspect all previously audited agreements and review all agreements that have not been previously reviewed. Subject to the following paragraph, all high-budget SVOD programs that begin main filming on or after July 1, 2020 and all episodes of a high-budget SVOD series (except those mentioned in the previous paragraph) that begin main filming on or after July 1, 2020 in accordance with a license agreement entered into before July 1, 2020 1, 2 are subject to acquired rights (i.e. lateral letter No 35 of the 2017 basic contract applies instead of letter of credit No 35 of the 2020 basic contract), with the exception that the minimum wage rates and ancillary rates correspond to points 2 and 3 above. 31.
Training (U-11.C.) and (P-20) – The parties agree to continue their discussions and reach an agreement on the funding and provision of safety and harassment prevention training for workers. The Parties agree to implement all mutually agreed changes during the term of the Basic Agreement and the FLTTA, including changes to the contributions and operation of the DGACA and XXXXX-Xxxx. â(1) With respect to recruitment after 1. July 2020, 2017 and pending the agreement of other terms pursuant to subsection (3) below, the employment of a person to perform duties (which, if that person were performed by free television, would be covered by the BA) for a drama program produced for thirty (30) minutes or more in the United States with a budget of less than (i) 2. which it concludes before 1 July 2020. The notice must include the licensee`s name, the duration of the License Agreement, the license fee, the number of Programs or the number of Program Minutes to be produced under the License Agreement, the estimated start date of the main recordings, the expected delivery date of the Program or Series, and whether licensee has the opportunity to order additional Programs or Series under the License Agreement, and, if so, whether the essential terms and conditions applicable to such additional programmes or series are set out in the licence agreement or are under negotiation. .