Meaa strikes new deal for crew working on international features

Isabela Moner in ‘Dora the Explorer’ (Photo: Paramount Pictures).

The Us majors and other international producers who plan to shoot feature films in Australia will no longer have to negotiate fees for each production with local crews.

The Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance has struck an in-principle deal with the six Hollywood studios for a template agreement covering crew working on features budgeted above $15 million.

Meaa members also voted to extend the template agreement to other offshore film producers.

Legendary Entertainment’s Godzilla vs. Kong, which was lured to Queensland by the federal government’s Location Incentive Program, will probably be the first production to take advantage of the new agreement.

The four-year deal, which will run until June 30 2022, includes a guaranteed 2 per cent annual increase in minimum rates which will be separate from any margins negotiated for individuals. For those employed on a daily basis the minimum rate is
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