The latest SAG/AFTRA rates began on July 1, 2019 and will remain in effect until June 30, 2020 The SAG pay scale for 1-hour standard regulators displays functions exactly like 1/2 hour. However, the salary is higher per week – like all SAG rates, considering that you have to pay the health and pension in addition. For new media projects under $250,000 (but more than $50,000), you expect to pay a minimum of $125 per day to performers. As with other low-budget agreements, there is only one de day player rate. SAG-AFTRA (“Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists”) is a trade union Representing more than 160,000 film and television artists, radio actors, video games, advertisers (on radio and television), news anchors, singers and recording artists (both royalty artists and background singers), performers in commercials and actors working as stuntmen and specialized acts. It is dedicated to protecting the interests of its members and improving wages, working hours and working conditions, and it does so through a series of contractual agreements (some of which are grouped above) applicable when one of its members participates in a production. You can also use software such as Wrapbook, which automatically calculates SAG rates and fringes for you. By collecting information from your players as soon as you rent them, Wrapbook can raise SAG rates and your Occupation -Crew pay all from an easy-to-use app. And unlike other SAG AFTRA theatrical agreements, you don`t need to provide theatrical performance as part of this agreement. 1.

SAG FilmPreise SAG Basic Theatrical Scale: $1,030.00 / Tag $3,575.00 /WEEK SAG Low Budget Scale: 65% of base rates. Currently $669.00 per day $2,323.00/week SAG MPA Scale: 35.00% of base rates. Currently $360.00 per day $1,251.00/week SAG UPA – Short Film Scale: 20% of base prices. Currently $206.00/Day Coordinator Stunt Scale: $1,030.00/day All EU members are insured for all projects that employ SAG-AFTRA members under the SAG-AFTRA basic agreement and the SAG-AFTRA television agreement. However, there are subsequent classifications of projects that require additional contracts. When signing these contracts, the signatory also signs the default basic agreement and remains subject to the conditions and guidelines set out in this document. It is important to note that television prices differ from theatre prices, especially since they are determined by the length and number of episodes in which an actor appears, as well as for how long the actor is employed one after the other during the show (day, three days, weekly) and not just on the budget of the project. The network, cable and streaming also differ. While theatrical SAG prices depend on the budget, SAG`s exchange rates depend on where and how many times you will run the ad.

The Moderate Low Budget Project Agreement (MPA) includes non-episodic content productions that have been shot between $300,000 and $700,000 for the total value of the United States. The agreement must be executed by performers at least one week before any work. The MPA applies to films: originally published in one of the following, but a first publication in one of the following programs is not necessary: SAG rates for several programs are set on a weekly scale, with 2,585 USD per week for 1/2 hour and 1 hour programs, 3,038 USD per week for 90-minute programs and 3,580 USD per week for two-hour programs.