Over 9,000 professional artists and technicians are members of IATSE Local 891, the largest IATSE local in Canada. Chartered in 1962, IATSE Local 891 represents motion picture workers throughout British Columbia and the Yukon.
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Recruitment, training and retention -- key factors in success of BC motion picture industry

A new workforce report predicts robust industry growth and recommends continued recruitment initiatives and career pathway development for the skilled motion picture workforce. [Read the report]

(POSTED 2019-12-13)

IATSE 891 Supports new Global Pact on Sustainable Action

The professional artists and technicians of IATSE 891 are immensely proud to have been an early endorser of the Creative Industry Pact for Sustainable Action (the Pact). PACT is an agreement to inspire all in the creative industries, across the globe, to work together for a more sustainable future. The world economy must pivot away from fossil fuels and resource depletion to mitigate the risks posed by climate change, and create a cleaner and more equitable home on Earth. The creative industries can lead the way through collaboration on common goals. [Details]

(POSTED 2019-12-02)

Damn Good Editors website to showcase BC talent

BC’s film editors have emerged from their editing suites to take the spotlight as the Damn Good Editors that they are. You can meet them – they’re a pretty interesting bunch -- see all the cool projects they’ve worked on, and check out why it makes total creative sense to work with them at [Damn Good Editors]

(POSTED 2019-09-18)

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Upcoming Events

Motion Picture Industry Orientation Course

January 25, 2020

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Motion Picture Industry Orientation Course

February 02, 2020

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Motion Picture Industry Orientation Course

February 09, 2020

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Motion Picture Industry Orientation Course

February 15, 2020

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