PRODUCTION VALUE

The European Scheduling & Budgeting Workshop

Why Production Value?

What is Production Value?

The Production Value Tutors

The Production Value Partners

Are you a Junior Assistant Director?

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Are you a producer with a project to schedule & budget?

Are you a producer planning a limited series?

Production Value Reports

Surveys on impact of Production Value

Production Value in the Press

Working Conditions for Filming

Working Conditions in Ireland

Permits:

EU citizens are treated as equal. Other citizens need a working permit.

Working Hours

Overtime

Rates

Please refer to the SPI/SIPTU AGREEMENT.* See note below
SPI IS THE IRISH PRODUCER'S ASSOCIATION.
SIPTU IS THE MAIN UNION REPRESENTING FILM WORKERS.

There are three tiers of minimum payment depending on the scale of the budget involved. SEE CURRENT RATE CARD. Rates are linked to ELIGIBLE IRISH SPEND.

Social Benefits

Employer’s part is 10.95% 
Holiday pay is + 8.0 %

Allowances

Per diem for working away from home: negotiable. normally 20-30 euro per day
Per diem for working away from home on non-shooting day: normally 40 euro per day

Mileage Allowance: .49 euro per kilometer.
However free travel zones around the Dublin area.

Actors' Rates (Minimum)

Daily: 850 euro minimum for buyout.
Weekly: 5-day work for 4-day pay.

Equity agreement currently being renegotiated. 

For stunt performers, average 750 euro per day

For Children/Minors - average rate 250 euros per day. A special Government licence is required for these performers. Chaperone (100-150 per day by negotiation)

Extras

Background Artist: Day rate average 110 euros per day. 
Walk-On Artist: Average Daily rate 200 euros per day.

Sources of Information

* SPI/SIPTU AGREEMENT FOR SHOOTING CREW

A new agreement is currently being negotiated but not finalised yet so technically, the 2010 Agreement is still in place. However, rates have evolved and a list of the current market rates are attached separately. These are not part of any formal agreement, but budgets should reflect these market rates

The Films That Got Made

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