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Hobbit meeting held in Wellington

October 13, 2010 at 9:09 pm by xoanon  - 

From tvnz.co.nz: A meeting has been held today in Wellington between the warring Hobbit movie factions. The minister for economic development, Gerry Brownlee, facilitated the meeting between representatives of the Screen Production and Development Association (SPADA), Actors’ Equity, and Council of Trade Unions. Brownlee said it was a useful and productive discussion. He said the parties have agreed to work together to update the conditions of engagement for performers in the New Zealand screen production industry. The parties believe this process will help to ensure New Zealand remains an attractive screen production environment. Brownlee said no further comment will be made.

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2 responses to “Hobbit meeting held in Wellington”

  1. Jason says:

    I guess this means they are cowtowing to the unions. NZ doesn’t need the unions’ endorsement to be an “attractive” place to film movies, it became that after LoTR. The only thing threatening that status is these unions’ false allegations of poor treatment, or whatever else they came up with.

  2. Jason says:

    I guess this means they are cowtowing to the unions. NZ doesn’t need the unions’ endorsement to be an “attractive” place to film movies, it became that after LoTR. The only thing threatening that status is these unions’ false allegations of poor treatment, or whatever else they came up with.

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