DICE/Annual Production Policy

An annual dice production policy for the production company continuously involved in film production.

The annual DICE policy is one of our most popular products as it allows filmmakers the flexibility to work on many types of productions. The insurance policy offers realtime certificate generation, additions to insured endorsements, and any changes to your policy such as increasing limits or adding additional coverages take minutes, not days.

Eligible Productions

Over 50 types of eligible productions, including commercials, music videos, short films, feature films, and webisodes.

coverages

Available coverages include:
Area Description
Inland Marine Rented Equipment, Owned Equipment, Props, Sets and Wardrobe, Negative & Faulty Stock, Third Party Property Damage, Extra Expense, Office Contents, Cast, Worldwide coverage and more.
General Liability General liability (including increased limits), Stunt Buyback.
Automobile Automobile Liability, Physical Damage.
Workers Compensation Workers Compensation
Excess Liability Limits available up to 1 million.
Travel Accident Travel Accident to comply with guild requirements.
Volunteer Accident Accident coverage for volunteers.

Cast Extra Expense

Cast extra expense is now available for production programs. Coverage options include blanket coverage with sickness (no medicals required), blanket coverage without sickness, and family bereavement.

Cast limits available are 100%, 75%, 50% and 25% of Gross Production Cost.

Stunts, Animals, Precision Driving

Stunts, animals, and precision driving scenes are now available as a buyback option for the Short Term Productions program.

Multiple scenes can be declared to a single production and quoted online.

Eligible Stunts

Stunt Description
Animals Scenes involving the use of animals, such as dogs, farm animals, household pets, and zoo animals.
Arial Scenes Shoots from aircraft including airplanes, helicopters, gliders, balloons and unmanned aircraft (drones). Includes scenic shots from private or commercial aircraft that do not involve aerial acrobatics or other hazardous maneuvers. For aerial scenes other than drones. Does not include aircraft liability.
Falls Scenes involving scripted and choreographed falls.
Fight Scenes Fight scenes that are choreographed, structured, and sequenced. These scenes may involve physical contact between actors and the use of weapons.
Precision Driving Controlled driving on public roads, race tracks, off-road, chase scenes, skidding, collisions, explosions, motorcycles.
Pyrotechnics Fireworks, flashboxes, demolition, explosions, and other pyrotechnic effects.
Recreational Vehicles The use of recreational vehicles such as ATV's, go carts, mopeds, motorcycles, scooters, segways, snowmobiles, and similar type vehicles.
Water Scenes Canoes, kayaks, shots on lakes, shoots primarily in water, surfing, pools.
Weapons Scenes that involve prop guns, squibs, blanks, knives or other similar weapons.

Insurance for
Every Production

Cover all kinds of things that can go wrong on set.

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