• IATSE Strike: Which Film and TV Projects Will Shut Down - and Which Will Keep Shooting

    1 day ago - By The Wrap

    Backed by tens of thousands of below-the-line film and TV workers, IATSE has set the countdown clock on talks with Hollywood studios. If a deal isn't reached on a new bargaining agreement by Sunday evening at midnight, the union will begin its first-ever Hollywood strike, shutting down almost every film and TV project currently shooting or in postproduction.
    Dozens, if not hundreds, of film and TV productions will come to a sudden halt if the union walks out - but there are two major exceptions, thanks to separate agreements that IATSE has made for certain productions. The first is for...
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  • IATSE Strike: Everything We Know About Potential Hollywood Shutdown

    2 days ago - By The Wrap

    Below-the-line film and TV workers in the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees put Hollywood on notice, setting a Monday deadline to reach a new employment deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers - or else shut down much of domestic production.
    If a deal is not reached by Monday, Oct. 18, at 12:01 a.m. PT, union members will begin a nationwide strike that would set in motion the biggest work stoppage over a labor dispute since the 2007-08 strike by the Writers Guild of America. It would be the first strike for IATSE in its 145-year history.
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  • Hollywood Workers Set Strike Date For Oct. 18

    Hollywood Workers Set Strike Date For Oct. 18

    2 days ago - By Huffington Post

    The union representing behind-the-scenes workers on film sets says the studios haven't shown “any sense of urgency” in contract negotiations.
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