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History and Governance

The Motion Picture Industry Pension and Health Plans are trust funds established by collective bargaining agreements between many of the unions and employers in the motion picture production industry. They are primarily supported by employer contributions, as provided by these agreements.

The Agreement establishing the Motion Picture Industry Health Plan was signed on October 20, 1952, and the Agreement establishing the Motion Picture Industry Pension Plan was signed on October 26, 1953 by various employers in the Motion Picture Industry and over 40 Unions and Guilds representing employees in the Motion Picture Industry.

Contributions are received from employers engaged in the production of motion pictures or engaged primarily in the business of furnishing materials or services for motion picture productions and which have entered into a collective bargaining agreement(s) with one or more participating unions.

Although maintained as two separate legal entities, beginning in 1990, the two Plans merged to form the Motion Picture Industry Pension & Health Plans.

The Plans are governed by separate Boards of Directors appointed in equal number by the participating unions and employers, and contributions, until necessary to pay insurance premiums or benefits, are invested with the advice of professional investment counsel.

Participating Unions
International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes (I.A.T.S.E.), Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States and Canada, AFL-CIO, CLC.
The Animation Guild, Local 839 Grips/Crafts Service, Local 80
Art Directors Guild & Scenic, Title and Graphic Artists Local 800 International Sound Technicians, T.V. Engineers, Video Projection Technicians, Local 695
Cinematographers, Local 600 Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild, Local 706 I.A.T.S.E.
Costume Designers Guild, Local 892 Painters, Local 729
Costumers, Local 705 Property Crafts, Local 44
Electricians, Local 728 Script Supervisors/Production Office Coordinators and Accounts, Local 871
Film Editors/Story Analysts, Local 700 Script Supervisors and Production Office Coordinators, Local 161
Film Technicians, Local 683 Studio Mechanics, Local 52
First Aid, Local 767 Teachers, Local 884

Basic Crafts and Other Unions and Guilds
American Federation of Security Officers, Local 1 Plasterers, Local 755
Casting Directors, Local 817 Plumbers, Local 78
Drivers, Local 399 Service Employees, SEIU Local 1877
IBEW, Local 40 Studio Security and Fire Association
  Studio Utility Employees, Local 724
Office & Professional Employees, Local 174 UNITE HERE, Local 11

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