Despite best efforts to ensure otherwise, anyone who’s ever worked in the entertainment industry knows that once you step on set ‘everything that can go wrong, will go wrong’.
With such great potential for error, minimising disruption to filming is essential. Having a suitable insurance policy in place can help, providing peace of mind to the production team and allowing their creative juices to flow more easily.
Breeze Underwriting’s Entertainment Insurance package targets risks for individuals and companies across the industry.
Our market leading film & television production package targets risks for individuals and companies including small independent productions through to large studio financed blockbusters, targeting risks for individuals and companies globally:
Commercial Producer’s Indemnity
Financial loss to the production company where a named person suffers an accident, illness or even death during the policy period. Typical people insured are principal actors, directors and producers.
Props, Sets and Wardrobe
Physical loss or damage to props, set and wardrobe used in connection with a production.
Physical loss or damage to equipment (cameras, lighting and sound) used in connection with a production. Cover can also include equipment such as edit suites and associated equipment.
Loss of money used in connection with a production such as ‘petty cash’ and ‘production floats’ on location.
Providing protection to the production company for sums, which they become legally liable to pay as compensation (excluding punitive or exemplary damages) in relation to:
- Bodily injury (including death and illness); and
- Loss of or damage to property including loss of use.
Additional expenses the production company incurs, following physical loss or damage to cameras, equipment or facilities.
Negative Film and Tape Risk
Physical loss or damage to negatives or videotape cover is also extended to provide for faulty stock, faulty camera and faulty processing losses.