Following the shooting in the film production of "Rust", we examine what insurance coverage exists for film productions and how it applies.
November 08, 2021 at 05:50 AM
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Summary: In light of the tragic event that unfolded in the production phase of the proposed movie, “Rust” when Alec Baldwin unknowingly shot a gun containing a live bullet, we decided to take a look at what is entailed in film production, and what type of insurance policy would be available to cover this activity.
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