How to choose between a DICE Annual Policy and a Short Shoot policy
A Short Shoot Policy is intended for those producers who are conducting shoots lasting 15 days or less, using rented equipment and with budgets of $250,000 or less. This makes it ideal for short film producers, student projects or anyone else who will be filming on a short term basis and requires insurance. Equipment coverage can apply to any rented film production equipment as well as rented props, sets and wardrobe up to the specified policy limits. Commercial General Liability coverage can also be purchased either together with equipment coverage or on a standalone basis. If you would like a free, no-obligation quote or to purchase coverage, visit our Short Shoot policy website (Canada). If you're in the US, get a short shoot insurance quote here.
A DICE Package Policy is intended to provide insurance for documentaries, corporate videos, commercials, educational films, music videos and more. It is best suited for producers who are planning to produce projects other than feature films or TV series. This can provide coverage for a full year for Rented and Owned equipment as well as Props, Sets and Wardrobe, Office Contents, Vehicle Physical Damage and more. Commercial General Liability coverage can also be purchased either together with the equipment coverage or on a standalone basis. If you would like more information or to request a free non-obligation quote, please visit our DICE policy website here.
Note: If you're planning more than one short-term production within a calendar year, our recommendation is that you go with a DICE policy.
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