‘Top Chef: Family Style’ Recognizes IATSE After a 5-Hour Strike

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IATSE members walk the picket line, striking "Top Chef Family Style." Photo by IATSE.
Reprinted from the Motion Picture Editors Guild site on May 19, 2021.
Big congratulations to the production and post-production crews of Top Chef Family Style! By standing together and standing strong, they were able to win an IATSE contract with health and pension benefits, improved working conditions, and better pay. Five hours after it began, the strike against this show has successfully ended, and union members may return to servicing this production.
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MPEG Facebook page 5/20

 

IATSE Strikes ‘Top Chef Family Style’

Reprinted from an IATSE Tweet on May 19, 2021.

IATSE press release 5/19

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