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Sections 1-60General Provisions. These apply to all performers.
(except in many cases, background performers. See Schedule X part I, or X part II)
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This is for everyone.
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This is not intended to be a political tool.
Schedule APerformers employed by the DAY
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Simply all the data, as I can gather it.
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Schedule BTelevision freelance performers whose
weekly guaranteed salary is $5,150 or less per week
and who are guaranteed less than $32,000 per television picture
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Theatrical freelance performers whose
weekly guaranteed salary is $6,350 or less per week
and who are guaranteed less than $65,000 per theatrical picture.
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My goal is to have every contract we have ever worked under entered into this database.
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That will show our gains and losses over the existance of
the Screen Actors Guild(and eventually AFTRA(AFRA))
Schedule CTelevision freelance performers whose
weekly guaranteed salary is more than $5,150 per week
and who are guaranteed less than $32,000 per television picture
and
Theatrical freelance performers whose
weekly guaranteed salary is more than $6,350 per week
and who are guaranteed less than $65,000 per theatrical picture.
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It will also give you a great idea as to which sections have been greatly neglected.
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Schedule DTelevision multiple picture performers receiving $5,150 or less per week
and guaranteed less than $32,000 per television picture
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Theatrical multiple picture performers receiving $6,200 or less per week
and guaranteed less than $60,000 per theatrical picture.
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Schedule ETelevision contract performers whose weekly guaranteed salary
is $5,150 or less per week
and
Theatrical contract performers whose weekly guaranteed salary
is $6,200 or less per week.
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If you spot an error, let me know please

- Charlie Bodin
cb28825@hotmail.com
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Schedule FTelevision contract performers whose weekly guaranteed salary is
in excess of $5,150 per week
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Theatrical contract performers whose weekly guaranteed salary is
in excess of $6,200 per week
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Television multiple picture performers receiving
more than $5,150 per week or
who are guaranteed $32,000 or more per television picture;
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Theatrical multiple picture performers receiving
more than $6,200 per week or
who are guaranteed $60,000 or more per theatrical picture;

Performers employed under television "deal contracts," or otherwise, who are guaranteed $32,000 or more per television picture
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Performers employed under theatrical "deal contracts," or otherwise, who are guaranteed $65,000 or more per theatrical picture
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Performers employed in multi-part closed-end pictures receiving more than $4,650 per week
and who are guaranteed $40,000 or more for the multi-part picture.
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Schedule G-I Professional singers employed by the day
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Schedule G-IIProfessional singers employed by the week on television at $5,150 or less per week and professional singers employed by the week on theatrical productions at $6,200 or less per week.
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Schedule H, Part IStunt performers employed by the day
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Schedule H, Part IIStunt performers employed by the week on television at
$5,150 or less per week
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Stunt performers employed by the week on theatrical productions at
$6,200 or less per week.
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Schedule H, Part IIIStunt performers employed by the week on television at
more than $5,150 per week
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Stunt performers employed by the week on theatrical productions at
more than $6,200 per week.
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Schedule H, Part IVStunt Performers employed under term contracts
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Schedule IAirplane Pilots
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Schedule JDancers
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Schedule K, Part IStunt coordinators employed by the day at less than the
"flat deal" minimum.
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Schedule K, Part IIStunt coordinators employed by the week at less than the
"flat deal" minimum.
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Schedule K, Part IIIStunt coordinators employed under "flat deal" contracts.
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Schedule X, Part IBackground actors employed in the
Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Las Vegas,
Hawaii and Sacramento Zones.
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Schedule X, Part IIBackground actors employed in the
New York Zone.
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EXPLANATION of how to read this sheet:
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Beginning year of Contract
is in the light grey column.
Anything in RED indicates a change from the previous year. If there is a number (1, 2, 3, etc.) in red that means the previous contract's info can be found(for comparison) next to the corresponding number 2 boxes over. If there is NO number, then the RED type means that is a new addition to the contractThese red boxes are to get your attention when scrolling that there is a change.
The **** indicate which line the change can be found on.
This is the column where you can find what was previously in our contract in the marked spot where a RED number is:
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Example2014The minimum wage for a day performer shall be (1)$880.00 for the period July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015; (2)$906.00 for the period July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016; and (3)$933.00 for the period July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017.
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(1) $825.00

(2) $842.00

(3) $859.00
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