Preparation and Wrap: In the past, most costume departments were expected to have a more “reasonable preparation and wrap” normal day. Under the new agreement, the preparation and packaging have not completely disappeared, but it was recognized first and, secondly, fixed at half an hour at the beginning and half an hour at the end of each day. This should not change from production to production, superiors will not have to negotiate how long their department provides for free. This is an important step to get rid of it completely in the future. Bectu has worked on negotiating a series of collective agreements covering film, television and theatre workers. We also encourage agreements that guarantee best practices such as apa and implement a number of professional rating systems, which will be described below: a review of the agreement will take place in early 2019. This will be an opportunity to see if it works, how it works and whether changes need to be made. We ask for feedback on this, both positive and negative. Especially contact if you think it has been poorly implemented or that it has worked with productions that have tried to bypass it or find ways to get around it. Please send us with confidence to email@example.com This agreement will concern you when you are working on a great movie, defined as a film with a budget of $30 million or more. The fine details may be a little accustomed, but the most important points are covered below. By far, the greatest success of these negotiations is the erosion of “hours that are given free of charge.” This is a set of guidelines that apply to all feature films with a budget of more than $30 million.
It was adopted by a massive majority of 87.61%, and it took more than five years of negotiations to achieve it. It is a firm working agreement to which all productions must comply and which must be referred to so that producers no longer have cherry pickers! The agreement between UK Theatre and Bectu covers most commercial and subsidised theatres outside London. The agreement between BECTU and SOLT (Society of London Theatres) includes West End Theater in London. If you have a request for the agreement or would like to report an infringement or abuse, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org UK Theatre / BECTU Agreement April 2017 (updated in January 2019) The PACT/BECTU agreement for large motion pictures with a budget of more than USD 30 million came into force on 2 April 2018. The text of the agreement – a few comments are available here: The full agreement can be accessed by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page or on bectu`s website. You can print and keep your own copy.