Insurance may be one of the last arrangements you make in your production, but it is for certain one of the most important. Done properly, it can mean all the difference in executing a safe, smart, and profitable production.
In this panel, we bring perspectives from production executives and risk management & insurance professionals to explore real-life production disasters – ranging from weather delays to death of cast family members to #MeToo related turnover and reputation damages – and how you can learn from these incidents and prevent them (or at least contain their consequences). You’ll also learn how the standard coverage provisions that come with an “off the shelf” policy can be customized to better protect your production, your cast & crew, and your creative vision.
Jeremy Alter, Touched with Fire, Inland Empire
Mark Ballin, Partner, Claim Specialists International
Bob Jellen, Managing Director, HUB Entertainment Insurance
Peter Oillataguerre, President, Physical Production, MGM Studios
Jacqueline Volmer, Senior Entertainment Underwriter, Chubb Insurance
Rachel Klein, Producer/Director/CEO, Fire Starter Studios; 30 for 30 The Fab Five, NEA: United States of Arts