Moving forward, it’s important to know we’re committed to the health and safety of the crew, clients, cast, as well as the general public. We’ll carefully assess the risk of each production and take the necessary precautions to keep everyone safe. You know, like a Favorite Brother would do.

1

Safety Briefing

Safety documentation will be thoroughly communicated to crew members several days prior to arriving on set.

2

Smaller Group Sizes

A reduction in the number of people on set to stay aligned with the current CDC and local Health Department guidelines.

3

Social Distancing

All personnel on set will remain at least 6 feet apart at all times.

4

Hand Hygiene

Hand sanitizer and hand washing stations will be available on set.

5

BYOT (Bring Your Own Tools)

Tools will not be shared among crew members. Crew members sharing gear (e.g. cameras, lights, and grip gear, etc.) will be required to wear disposable gloves and replace them frequently.

6

Personal Protective Equipment

Masks and gloves will be required while on set and will be available to those who do not have access to them.

7

Meals

Individually prepackaged meals will be provided without the need for shared utensils or bowls, with social distancing being practiced during all meals.

8

Sanitization of Gear

Gear will be sanitized at the end of every shoot with 70% isopropyl alcohol.

9

Closed Set

No visitors are permitted on set.

10

Common Sense

Let’s hold each other accountable to keep each other safe. This is new territory that we all need to navigate together.

In addition, we offer live stream capabilities.

Our clients and crew members will have access to a live feed of everything happening on set, whether they are in another room entirely or in the comfort of their own home. While this may require additional time, this will help us limit the number of individuals on set, allowing anyone the ability to view and offer feedback.