After a month of holding discussions and giving permission to resume film shootings from September 1st, the producer’s guild of the film chamber has announced some of the key decisions it has taken during this time. The new decisions include no daywise payments to actors and technicians; no transport and accommodation expenses for the staff of any actor or technician would be given by the producers.
The decisions also include that the producers should only pay an actor their remuneration and nothing else. Strict implementation of the call sheet timings has also been called for, so that it would benefit the producers. The eight-week OTT window has once again been reiterated, and the placement of any OTT and satellite partners in the film titles or the theatrical release publicity has been asked to be avoided.
Talks regarding VPF expenses are said to be currently going, with the decision expected to be taken in the days to come. The film chamber has also announced that several meetings have been scheduled in the month of September, where more key decisions would be taken, which would be announced accordingly.
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