Clearance report - they will go through your script and tell u what all rights you might have encroached on they will find all that needs clearance
Stay at one place and shoot out that location,
You save on break and set up time,
It all also saves on transport.
Split shooting - part day and part night
Payroll Company provides workers compensation
Casting directors union is TEAMSTER.
One has to give lunch 6 hours from time of call time, and food has to be provided every 6 hours,
If that is missed then one has to pay meal penalty.
Turn around time is 12 hours for an actor between shoots
Example of shoot schedule :
7 am call time
1300 is lunch 1345 lunch ends
1745 is mealtime again, or meal penalty kicks in
Stunt adjustment - gets difficulty fee
1. Production policy covers
2. Errors and Omissions – Rights issues
3. Cast Insurance - if cast member is incapacitated Insurance will pay for downtown and reshoot cost, or for replacement of cast.
Essential Elements - identify the essential element (cast) & the whole movie expense will be reimbursed to financier, for every bit of money that has been spend.
This insurance comes into play when a movie is shut down.
SUI – STATE UNEMPLOYMENT
FUI - FEDERAL UNEMPLOYENT
FICA – SOCIAL SECURITY
WC – WORKERS COMP
RESPONSIBILITY OF SCRIPT SUPERVISOR
2. Feeding lines / script accuracy
3. Timing – they read the script and times how long the script is in preproduction stage itself
4. Timing – during shooting.
5. Notes for editor - Type of shot, if panning, all shot notes
Location Managers – are represented by - teamsters.
Except in NY, where DGA is the union.
Line producers take UPM credit to get benefits, which is a DGA position.