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Working Conditions for Filming

Working Conditions in Netherlands

General

In The Netherlands are no strict rules for working hours and rates.

You have to negotiate with each crewmember, or arrange a budget with the Head of Department, who will make the deals with the assistants (for example: light, grip, make-up, wardrobe)

Permits

The Netherlands is part of the EU. No special working permits needed.

Working hours

Standard (most common) day scheme:

Overtime

Depending on negotiations:

Night shoots

Rates

Allowances

Actors' Rates

There are no standard rates for actors in The Netherlands. It depends on experience, quality and popularity. Rehearsals and fittings are paid 50%, or included in the flat deal for the main actors.

Agency fee is usually between 10 and 15%. More common to pay 12 or 15%

For children on set are very strict rules.

Extras

Day rates for extras + fees from casting agencies:

When you're not working with a casting agency, extras are usually paid 35 - 40 euros on set.

Catering for extras is seperate from crew & cast when there is a large amount of extras.

If there is a small group of extras, they get the same catering as crew & cast.

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