The APFTQ represents more than 130 independent film and television production firms in Quebec. These companies specialize in feature films, advertising films and all genres of TV production (animation, drama, documentation, vaudeville). The association negotiates all collective agreements with artists` and technicians` associations and acts on behalf of its members with governmental and industrial organizations. « The AQPM thanks the members of all the bargaining committees involved, » said AQPM President and CEO Hélène Messier. « This agreement will ensure the stability of the sector for the next three years and maintain the partnership between producers and performers. » This collective agreement covers all terms and conditions of employment with respect to all film and television productions in Canada, with the exception of British Columbia, which has a separate collective agreement. The three-year agreement is subject to ratification, but the agreed tariffs will come into effect immediately. ON ACTRA ACTRA (Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists) is the national association of professional artists working in English-language recorded media in Canada. ACTRA represents the interests of more than 25,000 members across the country – the foundation of Canada`s much-vaunted professional performance community. actra.ca The ACTRA Independent Production Agreement sets out the terms, conditions and rates for in-front and off-camera performers participating in English-language productions in Canada, with the exception of British Columbia, which works under a separate collective agreement. The current 2016-2018 agreement expires on December 31, 2018. An example of fair treatment is downloading a single copy of an article or part of an article for your own research or private study.
The materials contained in this database are protected by the Canadian Copyright Act and, apart from exercising fair use rights, no unauthorized use or reproduction is permitted without the consent of the copyright holders. If you are prepared to limit your use of this database to uses permitted by the Canadian Copyright Act, click Accept below. The three-year contract sets out terms, rates and conditions for Canadian actors and producers The fatigue of actors on film and television sets in Canada is also discussed in a subsidiary letter in the new CAP. Under the new agreement, at the end of the working day, actors can now prove with a producer that they are too tired to go home, and it is up to the manufacturer to make alternative means available to the actor to return home. For example, moving to a hotel room, transporting to a nearby transit stop or returning. Negotiations on the new agreement lasted nine days in November between ACTRA, CMPA and AQPM, with 85.8% of ACTRA members voting for the new three-year IAP that will come into force on January 1, 2019. . .