Hurricane film protection is a new policy to help film industry workers and photographers in coastal regions protect themselves from the wrath of hurricanes.
The new policy, developed by a panel of film producers and distributors, is designed to help protect film and television workers in the Gulf of Mexico, the Carolinas and the Caribbean.
While the Film Act of 1947 does not specifically protect film producers, this new policy is a major step forward to ensure film workers are protected during disasters. “
This is an exciting time for filmmakers and producers in these industries, and we are looking forward to working with Film and TV Alliance to implement this innovative and innovative policy that will protect their film and tv productions from catastrophic storms.”
While the Film Act of 1947 does not specifically protect film producers, this new policy is a major step forward to ensure film workers are protected during disasters.
The Film Alliance has been working with film producers to make sure that the industry is protected during hurricanes and hurricanes, and they are committed to continuing this commitment.
“The film industry has been lobbying for the new policy for years.
Earlier this year, Hollywood and its allies in Congress asked the White House to extend hurricane protection to film and other production industries, arguing that it would help ensure jobs.
The policy will be introduced in the House of Representatives on Thursday.