IATSE and AMPTP Will Keep Talking Thursday as Strike Deadline Looms

IATSE and Hollywood’s major employers will keep going on contract negotiations Thursday as the clock ticks down to Monday’s deadline for the union to call a strike.

Sources close to the situation confirm that the sides will be back to virtual bargaining sessions on Thursday. On Wednesday, IATSE ratcheted the pressure on the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers by setting at a deadline of 12:01 a.m. PT Monday for a walkout if the sides haven’t reached an agreement on a new three-year film and TV contract.

Sources say the sticking points in the negotiations continue to be the details around working conditions: the schedule of meal breaks

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