As Missouri begins to re-open, and motion media production returns in our state, we wanted to create a resource page to offer guidelines and information on best safety practices.
Productions that shoot on location will have different safety challenges from those shot in a studio environment. There are many hurdles to safety, and we hope that this page can educate anyone who needs information on how the industry as a whole is handling this new normal.
Production Companies have also expressed concern that many crew and talent work as freelancers, and may work on multiple projects each week. If all projects aren’t working with safety in mind, this may affect our crew and talent pool for all productions.
We must all work together, maintain safe distances while on set, wash hands frequently, wear masks, and follow guidelines to stop the spread of Covid-19, and. It’s up to each of us to be vigilant and to do our part.
Undoubtedly, there will be updates and additional information as we continue to navigate this pandemic. We will update this resource page as necessary. If you would like to suggest a website link to add to this page- email us at email@example.com
Missouri State and City Resources:
Kansas City Film Office – Detailed Suggested Guidelines can be found here. Along with links to KC Public Health Office, KC PPE resource, and Mayor’s office for re-opening and recommended safety guidelines.
City of St. Louis to Provide Free Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to Small Businesses – Eligible small businesses and sole proprietors must be located in the City and have no more than 10 on-site employees.
National Industry resources:
National & Government Resources
*The above links are resources compiled as of May 14, 2020.