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1 Directors Guild of Canada 111 Peter Street Suite #600 Toronto, M5V 2H DGC/CMPA Standard Agreement 2014 RATE SHEET Effective January 3, 2014 January 1, 2015 Version Updated January 8, 2014

2 Tier Levels Defined Type of Motion Picture Budget Range (Total) Tier Administration and Training (%) Vacation Pay (%) Retirement Contribution (%) Health and Welfare (%) Theatrical Motion Pictures $10,803,281 and over A (includes Features) $6,014,927 - $10,803,280 B $3,679,720 - $6,014,926 C $2,381,476 - $3,679,719 D $1,352,520 - $2,381,475 E under $1,352,520 F Television Motion Pictures $8,095,384 and over A (includes Television Motion Picture $6,071,538 - $8,095,383 B And Direct To Video) $3,373,077 - $6,071,537 C $2,381,476 - $3,373,076 D $1,247,440 - $2,381,475 E under $1,247,440 F Mini-Series $6,486,686 and over A (per each 2 hours of broadcast time) $4,717,590 - $6,486,685 B $3,538,192 - $4,717,589 C $2,381,476 - $3,538,191 D $1,247,440 - $2,381,475 E under $1,247,440 F Television Series ½ hour episode $1,037,869 and over A 1.5* (includes Pilots, Anthologies, $754,814 - $1,037,868 B Episodic Television Series, $518,935 - $754,813 C Spinoffs, Television Drama Specials, $377,407 - $518,934 D Variety Series and Variety Specials) $141,755 - $377,406 E under $141,755 F Television Series 1 hour episode $1,721,920 and over A 1.5* (includes Pilots, Spinoffs, Anthologies, $1,356,307 - $1,721,919 B Television Drama Specials, $955,312 - $1,356,306 C Episodic Television Series, $613,286 - $955,311 D Variety Series and Variety Specials) $255,158 - $613,285 E under $255,158 F Serial and Strip Programs $542,523 and over A ½ hour $483,553 - $542,522 B $342,025 - $483,552 C $212,292 - $342,024 D $124,744 - $212,291 E under $124,744 F Serial and Strip Programs $1,085,045 and over A hour $955,312 - $1,085,044 B $684,051 - $955,311 C $271,262 - $684,050 D $215,467 - $271,261 E under $215,467 F New Media Productions $43,244 and over A (per minute of finished material) $31,451 - $43,243 B $21,622 - $31,450 C $15,725 - $21,621 D $5,907 - $15,724 E under $5,907 F *As per Article ON5.05(d), a 0.25% fringe reduction will apply to those Tier A Television Series that engage 25% or less DGC Directors. CFTPA Levy (%) Total (%) Page 2

3 DIRECTORS MINIMUM RATES FOR THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES (includes Features ) (DR16.00) Rate Guaranteed Period Tier Per Week Prep and Shoot A $10, Weeks B $ 9, Weeks C $ 8, Weeks D $ 7, Weeks E 3% of Total Budget 8 Weeks F 2.75% of Total Budget 8 Weeks Minimum Time Allowance for Theatrical Motion Pictures (DR9.04(a)): The Director shall be allowed at least the following minimum time allowances for the preparation of the Director s cut: Budgeted at one million dollars ($1,000,000) or less, 4 weeks after completion of the assemblage of sequences Budgeted at two million dollars ($2,000,000) or less, 6 weeks after completion of the assemblage of sequences Budgeted at more than two million dollars ($2,000,000), 8 weeks after completion of the assemblage of sequences MINIMUM RATES FOR TELEVISION MOTION PICTURES (Anthologies, Made for Television Movies, Mini-Series, Pilots, spinoffs, and Television Drama Specials, Variety Specials and Variety Series) (DR17.02) Length Guaranteed Days Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F Prep & Shoot ½ hour 10 Days $15, $14, $12, $10, % of the total Budget 2.75% of the total Budget 1 hour 20 Days $31, $28, $24, $20, % of the total Budget 2.75% of the total Budget 1 ½ hour 30 Days $61, $55, $48, $41, % of the total Budget 2.75% of the total Budget 2 hours 45 Days $92, $83, $72, $61, % of the total Budget 2.75% of the total Budget Minimum Time Allowance for Television Motion Pictures, Excluding Episodic TV Series (DR9.04(b)): The Director shall be allowed at least the following minimum time allowances for the preparation of the Director s cut: Having a running time of 30 minutes or less, within 1 day plus time and opportunity to make changes, if necessary, but not to exceed 1 more Day after completion of assemblage of sequences Having a running time of 60 minutes or less but more than 30 minutes, within 4 Days after the completion of assemblage of sequences Having a running time of 90 minutes or less but more than 60 minutes, within 15 Days after the completion of assemblage of sequences Having a running time of 2 hours or less, but more than 90 minutes, within 20 Days after the completion of assemblage of sequences Page 3

4 DIRECTORS MINIMUM RATES FOR TELEVISION SERIES (DR17.03) Length Guaranteed Days Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F Prep & Shoot ½ hour 10 Days $12, $11, $10, $ 8, % of the total Budget 2.75% of the total Budget 1 hour 18 Days $26, $23, $20, $17, % of the total Budget 2.75% of the total Budget 1 ½ hour 2 hours If a Producer is contemplating producing at this broadcast length, then the parties to this Agreement will meet to discuss the appropriate rates. Minimum Time Allowance for Episodic Television Series (DR9.04(c)): The Director shall be allowed at least the following minimum time allowances for the preparation of the Director s cut: Having a running time of 30 minutes or less, within 1 Day plus time and the opportunity to make changes, if necessary, but not to exceed 1 more Day after the completion of assemblage of sequences Having a running time of 60 minutes or less, but more than 30 minutes, within 2 Days after the completion of assemblage of sequences MINIMUM RATES FOR DERIVATIVE PRODUCTIONS Per Minute of Finished Material Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F $ $ $ $ Negotiable Negotiable MINIMUM RATES FOR STRIP PROGRAMS Length Guaranteed Days Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F Prep & Shoot ½ hour 2 Days $3, $2, $2, $1, $1, Negotiable 1 hour 3 Days $5, $4, $3, $3, $2, Negotiable MINIMUM RATES FOR SERIAL PROGRAMS Length Guaranteed Days Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F Prep & Shoot ½ hour 2 Days $3, $2, $2, $2, $1, Negotiable 1 hour 3 Days $5, $4, $4, $3, $2, Negotiable MINIMUM RATES FOR VARIETY SPECIALS AND VARIETY SERIES Length Guaranteed Days Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F Prep & Shoot 1/2 Hour 6 days $5, $4, $3, $ $ Negotiable 1 Hour 9 days $7, $6, $5, $ $ Negotiable 1 1/2 Hour 14 days $9, $8, $7, $ $ Negotiable 2 Hour 18 days $13, $1, $10, $ $ Negotiable Page 4

5 DIRECTORS MINIMUM RATES FOR NEW MEDIA PRODUCTIONS (EXCLUDING DERIVATIVE PRODUCTIONS) Tiers A to D The minimum daily rates and additional use fees for Directors shall be: TIERS MINIMUM BASE DAILY RATES A $1, B $1, C $1, D $ *See DR19.05 (a) for applicable rights acquisition fees. The Producer shall provide the number of days the Director is being contracted for in the Contract for Service and shall pay out those days even if not worked, subject to force majeure pursuant to Article For clarity, additional days beyond the contracted number of days shall be paid at the daily rate above. Tiers E and F The Minimum rates and additional use fees for Directors shall be: Projected Length Min. Base Rates Tier E Obligatory Rights Acquisition Fees Min. Base Rates Tier F Regular Additional Use Fees Guaranteed Period for Prep and Shoot 1-30 minutes 2% of total budget 1% of total budget 2% of total budget 0.75% of total budget 10 days minutes 2% of total budget 1% of total budget 2% of total budget 0.75% of total budget 18 days minutes 2% of total budget 1% of total budget 2% of total budget 0.75% of total budget 27 days 91 minutes and over (per each 2 hrs of broadcast time) 2% of total budget 1% of total budget 2% of total budget 0.75% of total budget 36 days *See DR19.05 (b) for applicable rights acquisition fees details Additional Prep and Shoot Days Tiers E and F For additional prep and shoot days beyond the guaranteed days above, the daily rate shall be the minimum fee payable (3% or 2.75% of the total budget on Tier E or F, respectively) divided by the number of guaranteed prep and shoot days applicable to that type of Production as above. For example, for a one hundred and twenty minute Tier F Production with a budget of $700,000, the daily rate would be $700,000 multiplied by 2.75 percent, divided by 36. This equals $ per day. Page 5

6 DIRECTORS ADDITIONAL USE FOR THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES ALL TELEVISION USE AND ALL MEDIA Obligatory Rights Acquisition Fees for Tiers A to D Rights Acquisition Fee Period Prepayment (%) Due Date In Perpetuity 90% At time of production ALL TELEVISION USE AND ALL MEDIA Obligatory Rights Acquisition Fees for Tiers E to F Tier Min. Base Rate Obligatory Rights Acquisition Fees E 2% of total budget 1% of total budget F 2% of total budget 0.75% of total budget Page 6

7 DIRECTORS ADDITIONAL USE FOR TELEVISION MOTION PICTURES (EXCLUDING STRIP OR SERIAL PROGRAMS) ALL TELEVISION USE AND ALL MEDIA Obligatory Rights Acquisition Fees for Tiers A to B Rights Acquisition Fee Period Prepayment (%) Due Date In Perpetuity 110% At time of production ALL TELEVISION USE AND ALL MEDIA Tiers C & D OPTION 1 Rights Acquisition Fee Period Prepayment (%) Due Date In Perpetuity 110% At time of production ALL TELEVISION USE AND ALL MEDIA, EXCLUDING COMPACT DEVICES Tiers C &D OPTION 2 Obligatory Rights Acquisition Fees Rights Acquisition Fee Period Prepayment (%) In Perpetuity 75% Due Date At time of production COMPACT DEVICES Tiers C & D Rights Acquisition Fee Period Prepayment (%) In Perpetuity 30% Due Date Prior to date of use Page 7

8 NEW MEDIA PLATFORM Tiers C & D Rights Acquisition Fee Period Prepayment (%) In Perpetuity 5% Due Date Prior to date of use ALL TELEVISION USE AND ALL MEDIA, INCLUDING COMPACT DEVICES Obligatory Rights Acquisition Fees for Tiers E & F Tier E F Rights Acquisition Fee Inclusive of Min. Fee Inclusive of Min. Fee Page 8

9 DIRECTORS ADDITIONAL USE FOR STRIP PROGRAMS ALL TELEVISION USE AND ALL MEDIA Rights Acquisition Fee Period Prepayment (%) Due Date In Perpetuity 50% At time of production ADDITIONAL USE FOR SERIAL PROGRAMS ALL TELEVISION USE AND ALL MEDIA Rights Acquisition Fee Period Prepayment (%) Due Date In Perpetuity 50% At time of production ADDITIONAL USE FOR NEW MEDIA PRODUCTIONS (EXCLUDING DERIVATIVE PRODUCTIONS) ALL TELEVISION USE EXCLUDING COMPACT DEVICE AND ANY NEW MEDIA PLATFORM OPTION 1 ALL TELEVISION USE AND ALL MEDIA Rights Acquisition Fee Period Prepayment (%) Due Date In Perpetuity 110% At time of production OPTION 2 Rights Acquisition Fee Period Prepayment (%) In Perpetuity 75% Due Date At time of production Page 9

10 COMPACT DEVICE Rights Acquisition Fee Period Prepayment (%) Worldwide In Perpetuity 30% Due Date Prior to date of use NEW MEDIA PLATFORM Rights Acquisition Fee Period Prepayment (%) Worldwide In Perpetuity 5% Due Date Prior to date of use * For Tiers E & F please see page 5 of this document 2 ND UNIT DIRECTORS MINIMUM RATES FOR THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F Weekly $10, $ 9, $ 8, $ 6, $ 5, $ 4, Daily $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, MINIMUM RATES FOR TELEVISION MOTION PICTURES Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F Weekly $7, $6, $5, $4, $3, $2, Daily $1, $1, $1, $1, $ $ Page 10

11 PRODUCTION MINIMUM RATES Classification Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Production Manager Assistant Production Manager/Unit Manager $3, $ $3, $ $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ st Assistant Director $3, $ $3, $ $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ nd Assistant Director $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ rd Assistant Director $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ Trainee Assistant Director Set Production Assistant 2 nd Set Production Asst (8 hour shift) $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ n/a $ n/a $ n/a $ n/a $ n/a $ Location Manager $2, $ $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ $1, $ Assistant Location Manager/Locations Scout Location Production Assistant 1 (LPA1) Location Production Assistant 1 (LPA1) (4 hour call) Location Support Personnel $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ n/a $ n/a $ n/a $ n/a $ n/a $ See Page 12 for Location Support Personnel (LSP) information All minimum rates negotiable Cannot be less than the minimum wage. See mandatory fringe package. Page 11

12 ART MINIMUM RATES Classification Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily All minimum Production Designer $4, $ $4, $ $3, $ $2, $ $2, $ rates negotiable Art Director (Head of Dept) $3, $ $3, $ $3, $ $2, $ $2, $ Art Director $2, $ $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ $1, $ st Asst Art Director/ Set Designer 2 nd Assistant Art Director Art Department Trainee (PA) Cannot be less than the minimum wage. $2, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ See mandatory $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ fringe package. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ACCOUNTING MINIMUM RATES Classification Production Accountant Tier A Tier A Series Feature Tier B Tier B Tier A Series Feature MFT Tier C Tier C Tier B Series Feature MFT Tier D Tier D Tier C Series Feature MFT Tier E Tier E Tier D & E Series Feature MFT Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily $2, $ $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ $1, $ Tier F All minimum rates negotiable 1 st Assistant Accountant (General) 1 st Assistant Accountant (Payroll) 2nd Assistant Accountant 3rd Assistant Accountant Trainee Assistant Accountant $2, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ Cannot be less than the minimum wage. $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $ $ $ $ See mandatory $1, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ fringe package. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Page 12

13 PICTURE EDITING MINIMUM RATES FOR THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES, MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIES, MINI-SERIES Classification Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Supervising Picture $3, $ $3, $ $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ Picture / $3, $ $3, $ $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ st Assistant Picture Assistant Picture (per 11.35(c)) Assistant Picture Post Production Assistant $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ All minimum rates negotiable Cannot be less than the minimum wage. $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $ $ $ $ See mandatory $1, $ $1, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ fringe package. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ MINIMUM RATES FOR ANTHOLOGIES, PILOTS, SPINOFFS, STRIP PROGRAMS, TV DRAMA SERIES, TV SERIES, VARIETY SPECIALS, VARIETY SERIES Classification Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Supervising Picture $3, $ $3, $ $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ Picture / $2, $ $2, $ $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ st Assistant Picture Assistant Picture (per 11.35(c)) Assistant Picture Post Production Assistant $2, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ All minimum rates negotiable Cannot be less than the minimum wage. $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $ $ $ $ See mandatory $1, $ $1, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ fringe package. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Page 13

14 SOUND EDITING MINIMUM RATES FOR THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES, MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIES, MINI-SERIES Classification Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Supervising Sound $3, $ $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ $1, $ All minimum rates negotiable Sound / $2, $ $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ $1, $ st Assistant Sound Trainee Assistant / Post Production Assistant $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $ $ $1, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Cannot be less than the minimum wage. See mandatory fringe package MINIMUM RATES FOR ANTHOLOGIES, PILOTS, SPINOFFS, STRIP PROGRAMS, TV DRAMA SERIES, TV SERIES, VARIETY SPECIALS, VARIETY SERIES Classification Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Daily Supervising Sound $2, $ $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ $1, $ All minimum Rates negotiable Sound / $2, $ $2, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ st Assistant Sound Trainee Assistant / Post Production Assistant $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $1, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Cannot be less than the minimum wage. See mandatory fringe package Page 14

15 MINIMUM RATES (HOURLY) 6 hour minimum call FRINGES Tier LOCATION SUPPORT PERSONNEL (LSP) (ON20.00) Tier A Tier B Tier C Tier D Tier E Tier F $15.29 $14.10 $14.10 $13.73 $13.73 Negotiable (Cannot be less than the minimum wage) Vacation Administration & Training Fund Health & Welfare Or Non-Member Equalization CMPA Levy A 4% 1.5% 5% 2% 12.5% B 4% 1.5% 5% 2% 12.5% C 4% 0.5% 5% 2% 11.5% D 4% 0.5% 5% 2% 11.5% E, F 4% 0% 4% 2% 10% Total OVERTIME & TURNAROUND Overtime for first 5 days After 12 hours, overtime = hourly rate x 1 ½ After 16 hours, overtime = hourly rate x 2 Turnaround Infringement Turnaround rate = hourly rate x 2 Work on a 6 th day 6 th day rate = hourly rate x 2 After 12 hours, overtime = hourly rate x 3 Work on a statutory holiday Rate = hourly rate x 2 LSP s who are required to work on a holiday will receive the requisite premium payments required by this Agreement even if the District Council has agreed to a holiday variance for Guild Members engaged on a daily or weekly basis. (ON20.07(b)) Work on a 7 th day 7 th day rate = hourly rate x 3 After 12 hours overtime = hourly rate x 3 MEAL ALLOWANCE AND BREAKS, SHELTER ALLOWANCE If a hot meal is not provided to the LSP, the Producer will supply the LSP with a meal allowance of $15.00 per Call. (ON20.09(a)) Where an LSP has responsibilities at a remote location and where it is not possible to get prior approval of overtime, no prior approval of overtime is required if the LSP remains at the location without being relieved. (ON20.09(b)) Where health and safety requires the use of a vehicle for shelter between November 15 and March 15, the LSP will be paid a one-hour bonus per Call at the applicable minimum rate. (ON20.11(a)) PERMITTEES If the District Council cannot supply competent Guild Members to fulfil the duties of an LSP, the District Council may issue a work permit to a Permittee. EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT Under no circumstances should a LSP be paid less than the applicable minimum wage. In accordance with the Employment Standards Act, the rate of pay for an LSP who exceeds 44 hours a week is increased to one and one half (1.5) times their regular rate no matter what tier the production falls under. Page 15

16 OVERTIME (ON2.00) Overtime shall be calculated for each 1 hour or portion thereof, based on ¼ hour increments of time worked, including paid meal breaks. (ON2.05) A Producer shall only be obligated to pay premium pay where the Producer or its duly-authorized representative grants approval for the performance of the work which attracts the premium pay. (ON2.09) PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT 6 th Day Rate Daily Rate Contracted Rate x 1 ½ Weekly Rate Contracted Rate divided by 5 x 1 1/2 7 th Day Rate Daily Rate Contracted Rate x 2 Weekly Rate Contracted Rate divided by 5 x 2 First 5 Days, After 14 Hours Daily Rate Contracted Rate divided by 8 x 2 Weekly Rate Contracted Rate divided by 40 x 2 6 th Day, After 14 Hours Daily or Weekly Rate 6 th Day Rate divided by 8 x 2 7 th Day, After 14 Hours Daily or Weekly Rate 7 th Day Rate divided by 8 x 2 First 5 Days, After 16 Hours Daily Rate Contracted Rate divided by 8 x 3 Weekly Rate Contracted Rate divided by 40 x 3 6 th Day, After 16 Hours Daily or Weekly Rate 6 th Day Rate divided by 8 x 3 7 th Day, After 16 Hours Daily or Weekly Rate 7 th Day Rate divided by 8 x 3 ART, EDITING, AND ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 6 th Day Rate Daily Rate Contracted Rate x 1 ½ Weekly Rate Contracted Rate divided by 5 x 1 1/2 First 5 Days, After 12 Hours 6 th Day, After 12 Hours Daily Rate Contracted Rate divided by 8 x 2 Daily or Weekly Rate Weekly Rate Contracted Rate divided by 40 x 2 6 th Day Rate divided by 8 x 2 7 th Day Rate Daily Rate Contracted Rate x 2 Weekly Rate Contracted Rate divided by 5 x 2 7 th Day, After 12 Hours Daily or Weekly Rate 7 th Day Rate divided by 8 x 2 First 5 Days, After 16 Hours Daily Rate Contracted Rate divided by 8 x 3 Weekly Rate Contracted Rate divided by 40 x 3 6 th Day, After 16 Hours Daily or Weekly Rate 6 th Day Rate divided by 8 x 3 7 th Day, After 16 Hours Daily or Weekly Rate 7 th Day Rate divided by 8 x 3 STATUTORY HOLIDAY RATES (The statutory holidays are listed in article ON4.02) Daily Rate Contracted Rate x 2 Weekly Rate Contracted Rate divided by 5 x 2 PER DIEM (ON9.03) The Producer shall pay to each Guild Member in advance a per diem allowance of (totaling $65.00) on a Distant Location: Breakfast $10.00 Dinner $25.00 Lunch $15.00 Miscellaneous $15.00 If certain meals are provided by the Producer on a Distant Location, the per diem meal allowance may be reduced by $10.00 for breakfast, $15.00 for lunch and $25.00 for supper. Page 16

17 TURNAROUND (ON2.08) Regular Work Week Each Guild Member must have a turnaround or rest period between each work Day not less than 10 hours free from work. The minimum rest period for each Guild Member on a regular work week shall be 50 consecutive hours free from work for Television Motion Pictures. For Theatrical Motion Pictures, the minimum rest period for each Guild Member on a regular work week shall be 54 consecutive hours free from work. On 2 occasions in a four-week cycle, and with 48 hours written notice to the Guild, the Producer may reduce the weekend turnaround for Theatricals by 4 hours. 6 Day Work Week The minimum rest period for each Guild Member on a 6 day work week shall be 34 consecutive hours free from work. 4 Day Work Week In the event of a holiday resulting in a 3 day weekend, the minimum rest period for each Guild Member on a 4 day work week shall be 72 consecutive hours free from work. Turnaround Encroachment For each 1 hour or portion thereof, based on ¼ hour increments of encroachment into any applicable turnaround or rest period, in addition to the Guild Member s Contracted Rate, the Producer must pay to each Guild Member thus affected premium pay calculated in accordance with the following formulae: Daily Rate Contracted Rate divided by 8 x 2 Weekly Rate Contracted Rate divided by 40 x 2 MEAL BREAKS (ON3.00) The Producer shall ensure that each Guild Member has a paid meal break of at least ½ hour, at intervals that will result in no Guild Member working longer than 6 consecutive hours without a first paid meal break and 8 consecutive hours without a second paid meal break, failing which, each affected Guild Member will receive an additional $20.00 to a maximum of $20.00 per day. If the Guild Member is given a non-deductible meal appropriate to the time of Day, prior to the general crew call, then the first paid meal break may be 6 hours following the general crew call. The Producer shall have the right to complete a shot in progress to a maximum of 10 minutes into the paid meal break without incurring the meal penalty. Any Guild Member working away from the shooting crew is responsible for determining his/her own meal periods. For clarity, such Guild Member shall not incur meal penalties. Notwithstanding the removal of meal penalties, if lunch is not provided, a Guild Member shall be reimbursed up to a daily maximum of $15 upon provision of a receipt(s) by the Guild Member. USE OF PERSONAL VEHICLES (ON9.06) With respect to the minimum reimbursement, the Producer must pay either: (a) 42 cents per kilometre, or (b) a flat rate of $35.00 per Day plus all gas expenses incurred for work related purposes. STUDIO ZONE (ON9.01) Studio zone is the area within the boundaries of Winston Churchill Boulevard to Highway 7 to Highway 50 to Major Mackenzie to Highway 30 to the Seventh Concession to Lakeridge Road (23) to Lake. The studio zone is deemed to include Kleinberg Studios, the main street of the Town of Kleinburg, Eaton Estate, McLaughlin Estate (aka Parkwood Estate) and Toronto Islands. Page 17

18 FRINGE BENEFITS DIRECTORS GUILD OF CANADA - ONTARIO CATEGORY VACATION PAY ON4.01 HEALTH & WELFARE ON5.02 NON-MEMBER EQUALIZATION PAYMENT ON5.03 RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION ON5.04 ADMINISTRATION & TRAINING FUND ON5.05 MEMBER'S CHECK-OFF ON5.06 PERMIT FEES ON18.00 Guild Members All Categories Except Permittees Member Payable by Producer to DGC N/A Payable by Producer to DGC DGC (HST applicable) 2% of Gross deducted from Member & paid to DGC N/A Non-Canadian Permittees Excluding DGA, U.S.IATSE, including IATSE Local 829 Payable by Producer to Permittee, if applicable. N/A Payable by Producer to the DGC Payable by Producer to Permittee DGC (HST applicable) 2% of Gross deducted from Permittee & paid to DGC $50/day capped at $200/week deducted from Permittee & remitted to DGC (HST Applicable) DGA, U.S. IATSE & IATSE Local 829 Permittees Only Payable by Producer to Permittee if applicable N/A N/A N/A DGC (HST applicable) 2% of applicable DGC minimum deducted from Permittee & paid to DGC as administration charge $50/day capped at $200/week deducted from Permittee & remitted to DGC (HST Applicable) DGC/DGA Dual Card Members permitted to work under a DGA contract the non-loan-out Member if applicable N/A N/A N/A DGC (HST applicable) 2% of applicable DGC minimum deducted from Member & paid to DGC as administration charge Except for Directors, $50/week or portion thereof deducted from Member & remitted to DGC (HST Applicable) For Directors, $200/week or portion thereof deducted from Member or paid by Producer & remitted to DGC (HST Applicable) Non-Canadian Production Accountants (for Tier A only) Permittee if applicable N/A N/A Payable by Producer to Permittee DGC (HST applicable) 2% of applicable DGC Minimum deducted from Permittee & paid to DGC as administration charge $100/week deducted from Permittee & remitted to DGC (HST Applicable) Canadian Permittees All Categories (except Director and LSP)** Permittee N/A DGC Payable by Producer to Permittee DGC (HST applicable) 2% of Gross deducted from Permittee & paid to DGC Except for Directors and LSP s, $50/week or portion thereof deducted from Member & remitted to DGC (HST Applicable) For Directors, $200/week or portion thereof deducted from Member & remitted to DGC (HST Applicable) LSP Permittee Payable by Producer to DGC If LSP is a Member DGC if LSP is not a Member N/A DGC (HST applicable) 2% of Gross deducted from Permittee & paid to DGC N/A ** Permit fees for Canadian Directors shall be $200/week or portion thereof deducted from Permittee and remitted to DGC. For financial caps on contributions, see article ON7.00. CMPA Levy: Provided that the Producer is a member in good standing of the CMPA, the Producer shall remit directly to the CMPA an amount equal to 2% of all Gross Remuneration paid to Guild Members to a maximum of $5,000 per feature, MFT, Pilot, part of a Mini-Series, or $2,500 per Episode of a Series (article ON6.01). HST is applicable on the CMPA levy. Page 18

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