Film health and safety expert Romona Rossol says that non-studio working conditions are often unsafe. For example, “New York Cityleases abandoned buildings for one dollar. Those buildings often contain feces, used condoms, dead animals, lead paint and asbestos among other things. No third world country would ask its labor to work under such situations. These work sites are among the most dangerous in the world” (Rossol conversation, 2007).
- 1980s – present: In contract negotiations, IATSE rank-and-file are like boiled frogs…resulting in contracts that are “family killers.”
- 2006–There may still be time for the unions…
- 2007–“Greed alone cannot innovate” Runaway Production hollows out the labor force, film content, and contributes to hollowing out America’s middle class
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