Annual DICE Producers' Insurance Policy

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An annual policy is a very convenient way of administering your insurance if you anticipate multiple productions in the next twelve months. The DICE Insurance policy covers smaller budget Documentaries, Corporate Videos, Commercials, Educational Films, Music Videos, Training Videos, Shorts — virtually everything except for Feature Films and TV Series.

 

Premiums can start as low as $1,600, but can increase based on gross production costs, as well as coverage options selected. We can consolidate all coverages into one package with one renewal date. This is for ease of payment and simplicity.

 

The following is hypothetical example of a DICE package including $20,000 in Owned Mobile Equipment and $20,000 in Owned Fixed Equipment. Policy Territory is Canada/US only.

 

 (Note the below is for Canadian based producers. For USA, CLICK HERE)

 

 

Coverage

Limit of Liability

Deductible

Negative Film

$150,000

NIL

Faulty Stock

$150,000

$2,500

Props, Sets & Wardrobe

$50,000

$1,000

Rented Equipment

$250,000

$2,500

Owned Mobile Equipment

$20,000

$1,500

Owned Fixed Equipment

$20,000

$1,000

Extra Expense

$50,000

$1,500

Vehicle Physical Damage

$250,000 Per Vehicle

10%/$2,500 Min $7,500 Max

Office Contents

$100,000

$1,000

Third Party Property Damage

$1,000,000

$1,500

Money & Securities

$10,000

$1,000

Commercial General Liability

$2,000,000

$500

 

 

Premium: $2,300

Agency Fee: $100

Applicable Provincial Sales Taxes will apply

Higher Limits Available at an Additional Premium

Additional Insured Certificates are available at no additional cost

 

In order to film on many municipal streets in Canada you will need a $5,000,000 General Liability limit. This package provides continual coverage which allows you the flexibility to take on last minute projects without having to scramble to negotiate insurance coverage.

 

You can find our application for the annual DICE policy here.

 

We would be happy to discuss any questions you have to help you complete the application. Please be sure to attach a resume showing your experience when submitting your application.  

 

If you have any questions, please contact one of our offices.

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Front Row Insurance has always been a go-to for us, from last minute camera rental needs to fairly priced insurance rates. In a world where cameras are cheap and everything else around a production is not, it's nice to see alternative options for independent filmmakers.
Scott Drucker
Co-director of Who is Arthur Chu?, the feature documentary that premiered at Slamdance