This model agreement contains the most common conditions to be taken into account and agreed upon by the producer and the actors. However, the document was drafted primarily from the producer`s point of view. This model contract applies to actor engagement under ATRRA 2000, as agreed by the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) and Screen Producers Australia. Note: Can only be used in certain circumstances after July 11, 2016. See clause 6 of 5.11 ATRRA MOU 2016. This precedent of the Artist`s Deal Memo is intended for use by producers who will hire actors/artists for feature films under the Actors Feature Collective Agreement (AFFCA). The Australian Film Commission (AFC), the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS), Screen Producers Australia and the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) collaborated on these safety guides for the film and television industry, published in 1995. This type of cast agreement (with no deferred costs) should be used when a producer who is not a member of Screen Producers Australia (SPA) hires actors to produce a low-budget film or video. If the producer is a member of SPA, he is required to enter into contracts with the crew and the occupation, which have been negotiated between the Australian union and the professional organisation of actors, journalists and employees of the entertainment industry Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) and SPA. For more information on the payment of occupancy and crew, visit the MEAA website or the SPA website to view summaries of branch agreements that set minimum prices and conditions and to access The Actors Film Contract, the actor`s standard contract for TV drama programmes. and related collective agreements: for crew members – the MPPCA; for feature film actors – AFFCA; and for actors in television productions — ATPA and ATRRA. SASA is an agreement between the Australian Writer`s Guild (AWG) and Screen Producers Australia, which covers the agreed terms for the payment of an author`s services and the purchase of exploitation rights to the work for Australian television series and series. This precedent for the Artist`s Deal Memo (Television) is intended for producers, actors/artists engage to perform in a serial drama/comedy, a serial drama/comedy (non-vaudeville), a sketch comedy, a pilot or individual game program for television exhibitions This document contains the terms and conditions of the programs commissioned by ABC from the production industry agreed by ABC Television and Screen Producers Australia.
Our suite of negotiated agreements and model contracts is regularly updated and is available to members under exclusive license or on a project basis. These resources are subject to the copyright of Screen Producers Australia, which is jointly owned in respect of negotiated agreements and in full in respect of model contracts. Unauthorized use of these resources constitutes a violation of the rights of Screen Producers Australia and is prosecuted accordingly. This standard contract applies to the hiring of actors for television programmes after 11 July 2016 as part of ATRRA MOU 2016, as agreed by the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) and Screen Producers Australia. AFFCA is a collective agreement between media Entertainment Arts Alliance (MEAA) and Screen Producers Australia, which covers agreed wage rates, working conditions as well as rights and balances for all performers in Australia This document sets out the terms of engagement of actors who work as synchronous spokespersons for television and online animation productions agreed by the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) and Screen Producers. . .