The StuntList News Archive

UBCP/ACTRA COVID-19 Safety Guidelines, Phase 3

Announcement from UBCP/ACTRA The Premier of the Province of British Columbia has just officially announced that B.C has now moved to Phase 3 of re-opening. As such, the Province welcomes all production activity to restart or begin and all motion picture activity is encouraged across B.C. The B.C. Motion Picture Industry COVID-19 Best Practices Coalition (the Coalition) has developed guidelines that have been reviewed by the Province and WorkSafe BC. Please click here for the Safety Guidelines . Creative BC will be sending the Guidelines to the 400 companies and organizations that have signed

UBCP/ACTRA Diversity Roundtable

From UBCP/ACTRA UBCP/ACTRA RELEASES 2020 DIVERSITY ROUNDTABLE SERIES The Diversity and Inclusion Committee highlights Indigenous and LGBTQ performers in the latest panels UBCP/ACTRA's Diversity and Inclusion Committee has continued its critical initiative designed to amplify the conversation surrounding diversity in entertainment. The latest roundtable discussions feature Indigenous and LGBTQ performers including Canadian Screen Award winner Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers (THE BODY REMEMBERS WHEN THE WORLD BROKE OPEN) and Vancouver-based actress Luvia Petersen ( Continuum, Ghost Wars ) among others.


From UBCP/ACTRA Update on Supports for Members Amid COVID-19 Pandemic The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) has been extended by an additional 8 weeks, and we want to thank the hundreds of UBCP/ACTRA Members that took the time to complete the ACTRA National petition that called on the Federal Government to make this change. The CERB provides temporary income support to employed or self-employed workers who have stopped working and are without employment or self-employment income for reasons related to COVID-19. The new Canada Emergency Response Benefit is paid in blocks of four weeks in

UBCP/ACTRA Awards Submissions 2020

UBCP/ACTRA awards submissions are due July 15th 2020. Please read submission guidelines carefully, as they have changed since last year's awards. Click Here for details. Good luck everyone!

Repeat Run of BCFED Health & Safety Center Webinars

Attention: Stunt Coordinators, Assistant Stunt Coordinators, Fight Choreographers, Key Riggers AND/OR Anyone who wants to understand basic Occupational Health and Safety topics as we transition back to work in BC. These ‘repeat webinars’ are 90 minutes long and you can ask questions FREE! Several Stunt coordinators have already done these sessions and found them helpful. You must register for each individual session and then they will email you the zoom link for the session. Click Here to Register Click Here to Register Click Here to Register If you have any questions please contact: LORI

FPC Announces Re-opening of Fitness Center & Extended Clinic Hours

FITNESS CENTRE RE-OPENING: JUNE 15 Thank you to everyone who took our Fitness & Performance Centre (FPC) re-opening survey. We were overwhelmed by the amount of positive feedback, and are so happy to see so many clients ready to return to training in the FPC. Based on your feedback, we are preparing for a phased re-opening of the Fitness & Performance Centre on Monday, June 15, 2020. We are currently working through all of your questions and will share a detailed re-opening strategy next week. In addition to our FPC re-open we are also working on launching an online training portal as well as

Canadian Screen Awards Stunt Coordination 2020

Congratulations to Angelica Lisk-Hann, Tally Rodin on winning the first ever Canadian Screen Award for Stunt Coordination! For a video of all the winners, please check link in post: Canadian Screen Awards 2020 . Stunt Coordination Award: 37:50.

FPC Re-Opening Survey

Message from Fortius Fitness & Performance Centre (FPC) Dear Fortius Clients, We are looking forward to welcoming you back to the Fortius Fitness & Performance Centre (FPC). As we prepare a re-opening schedule, we are ensuring every measure is taken to protect the health and safety of our clients and team members. In-line with the Fraser Health Authority safety protocols, this means our FPC services and offerings will look a bit different than usual. This includes pre-booked workout times for members, limited occupancy, increased sanitization of equipment, and social distancing measures. The