Organizers obtain pacts for 'Gravedancers,' 'Two Weeks'
HOLLYWOOD — The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has signed deals covering below-the-line crew on a pair of low-budget features.
IATSE said it reached an agreement on “Gravedancers,” which was being shot in Greensboro, N.C., following a job action and picket line. Pact includes full retroactive benefits, a one-time wage bonus and a contractual structure that provides for overtime, meal penalties, turnaround and other provisions.
“Gravedancers” is produced by Al Corley, Bart Rosenblatt and Eugene Musso for Code Entertainment.
IATSE organizers also obtained a pact for “Two Weeks,” which was shooting in Nashville, with wage increases of 50%-70% and retroactive benefits along with two separate tiers of wage deferrals.