IATSE Local 481

New England Studio Mechanics

Proudly representing technicians, artisans, and craftspeople in the motion picture industry in New England since 1989.

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Local 481 has released a statement on the Black Lives Matter movement and the death of George Floyd and subsequent protests. The statement can be found on our web site and contains a link to a Google Doc containing BLM resources and donation sites. read more
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The office staff and employees of the Local will be working entirely remotely. There will be no staff at the office in Woburn but we will be available by phone and email to assist members during normal business hours. Calls to the office will automatically be forwarded to staff working remotely. While some of our job responsibilities will change during this very challenging time, we are committed to providing information and guidance to you while continuing the daily operations of the Local.
Valuable resources and links to help you and your families stay informed as the COVID-19 pandemic progresses in our region and globally. read more
IATSE International President Matthew D. Loeb provides an update about the union's ongoing efforts to support members during the COVID-19 pandemic. read more
IATSE political and legislative director explains why OSHA mandates, pension relief and more Payment Protection Program loans are needed to protect entertainment workers. read more
The Massachusetts Production Coalition (MPC) has put together a list of 50+ productions that were shot in MA just in the last five years that are currently available to stream on various video on demand streaming services. read more

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IATSE Local 481
10 Tower Office Park Suite 218
Woburn, MA 01801

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