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Hollywood film and TV workers strike but Kiwi counterparts can’t

Kiwi screen industry workers granted the right to collectively bargain in late 2022, but they can't stage industrial action.

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Dita De Boni Fri, 15 Sep 2023

The sight of actors, technicians, and almost anyone US film and TV industry-adjacent – brandishing placards and picketing their studios and workplaces – is no longer unusual, with strikes and industrial action lasting as long as the summer sun in Hollywood this year.

In early May, the Writers

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Hollywood film and TV workers strike but Kiwi counterparts can’t
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