The Actors Feature Film Collective Agreement 2012

This previous “Artist`s Deal Memo” is intended for producers who will hire actors/artists for feature films as part of the Actors Features Feature Collective Agreement (AFFCA). 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. The Australian Film Commission (AFC), the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS), Australia and the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) worked on these safety guidelines for the film and television industry, published in 1995. This previous “Artist`s Deal Memo” (television) is intended for producers who will hire actors/artists for a drama/comedy series. Series/comedy drama (except variety), a sketch comedy, a pilot or individual game program for the AFFCA TELEVISA exhibition is a common collective agreement between Media Entertainment Arts Alliance (MEAA) and Screeners Australia on pay rates, terms of employment, rights and remaining payments for all actors in Australia If you are not currently a member but wish to access the agreements, please complete our 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 ATRRA 2000 actors, as agreed by the Media and Arts Alliance (MEAA) and Australia`s screen producers. Note: can only be used in certain circumstances after July 11, 2016. See paragraph 6 of 5.11 ATRRA MOU 2016. SASA is an agreement between the Australian Writer`s Guild (AWG) and screen producer Australia on the agreed terms of payment for a writer`s services and the acquisition of work rights for Australian television series and series. This book option agreement can be used when a production company wants to create a film or production based on an author`s book. This standard contract is intended for the commitment of extras and stand-ins for the production of feature films.