Shocking Death On Set Shows What’s At Stake In IATSE Contract Fight

By Sarah Hughes, Labor Notes. -

The union representing 60,000 film and television crew workers reached a tentative agreement with Hollywood producers October 16. The deal averted a first-ever national strike by the Theatrical [...]

Tentative Deal Reached To Avert IATSE Strike

By Justin Anderson, Real Screen. -

The tentative deal is for the Basic and Videotape Agreements, which affect some 40,000 film and television workers. According to IATSE, the proposed contract addresses issues at the heart of [...]

IATSE Authorizes Strike With ‘Yes’ Votes Totaling 98 Percent

By Chris O'Falt and Chris Lindahl, IndieWire. -

IATSE members have overwhelmingly voted in favor of a strike authorization, the union announced Monday morning. Ninety-eight percent of all votes cast were in favor of a strike, and 90 percent of [...]

Cinematographers Guild Urges Members To Authorize Strike

By David Robb, Deadline. -

Leaders of IATSE’s largest local – the International Cinematographers Guild Local 600 – are urging their members to authorize a strike against film and television productions across the country. [...]

IATSE Gearing Up For Possible Strike Against Film And TV Industry

By David Robb, Deadline. -

IATSE is gearing up for a possible strike against the film and television industry, which would be the first industry-wide strike in the union’s history. The union and management’s AMPTP will [...]