Voices of IATSE: What Crew Members Are Seeking From Their Next Contract

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Reps from four West Coast IATSE locals share what their members need the most as it gets more expensive to work in showbiz

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Members of IATSE picketing in Los Angeles in July 2023. (Credit: Momodu Mansaray/Getty Images)

For hundreds of thousands of working-class people in the entertainment industry, labor talks that will shape the future of their profession in a post-strike landscape are underway between IATSE and Hollywood’s studios, and there’s a lot that needs to be tackled.

Through the end of April, each of the 13 IATSE locals that operate under the Hollywood Basic Agreement are taking turns negotiating with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) about issues specific to their members. So far, four of those locals have announced tentative agreements on their issues, but the negotiation process is expected to be a long one.

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  1. Larry Avatar
    Larry

    I lost work because of covid i never got sick had to reapply with local union been there almost 12years I lost my senority they haven’t even called me at all to reach me I wanted to renew my badge looks like I lose my 401 everything

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