The Strike Order extends to productions produced under the Codified Basic and Television Agreements as well as related contracts like:
Low Budget Theatrical Agreement
Moderate Low Budget Project Agreement
Ultra Low Budget Project Agreement
Special New Media Agreements
However, producers that otherwise fall within the scope of the strike order may apply for an Interim Agreement. Once such applications are vetted and, if approved by SAG-AFTRA, the union offers an Interim Agreement, and the producer accepts it by returning a signed copy. Once that process is complete, performers may render services on that specific production without being in violation of the strike order.
Interim Agreements are not required for productions signed to one of the SAG-AFTRA agreements listed in the Notice of Non-Struck Work, such as:
Many of our members can and should keep working under those contracts without an Interim Agreement in place.
Rate sheets reflecting the general wage increases in the Interim Agreement are available at the following links:
This list is updated daily. If you don’t see a particular production listed, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about the status.
Have questions about how the Interim Agreement works, how it benefits SAG-AFTRA members, and why we're offering it? Find the answers to these questions and more below.
If you would like to apply for an Interim Agreement, please contact your assigned business representative. If you do not yet have a business representative assigned, please first complete the Signatory Application and you will receive further directions regarding applying for an Interim Agreement. If you have questions about the Interim Agreement, please email email@example.com.