Over 8,500 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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Help improve the BC Labour Laws

The BC government plans to revise BC's labour and employment laws. The laws need to change because workers are too vulnerable; workers must be safe and respected at work, and working conditions must be fair. Workers are asked to support the BC Federation of Labour campaign to support important changes. [Details]

(POSTED 2019-04-12)

Melissa Beaupre, IATSE 891 Grip, featured in New York Times article

Melissa Beaupre an eight-year member of IATSE Local 891, takes centre stage as one of the North American female grips featured in a recent New York Times Article. IATSE Local 891 is proud to have 57 female Grip members and 43 more coming up the ranks. [Read the article here] [Details]

(POSTED 2019-04-12)

Jane Still honoured for contribution to BC motion picture industry

Jane Still, long-time IATSE Local 891 Costume Department member, received IATSE Local 891's Women in Entertainment Award at an industry Celebration and Fundraiser held March 9 in Vancouver.

(POSTED 2019-03-15)

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Upcoming Events

Motion Picture Industry Orientation Course

May 25, 2019

In Focus Film School
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Motion Picture Industry Orientation Course

May 25, 2019

Capilano University
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Motion Picture Industry Orientation Course

June 01, 2019

In Focus Film School
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Motion Picture Industry Orientation Course

June 08, 2019

In Focus Film School
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