Workers on Metro Vancouver film set told Black Lives Matter clothes inappropriate

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – A film production company is apologizing after a producer told employees that clothing in support of Black Lives Matter was inappropriate.
Slumber Productions says a producer on the set of “Gone Mother” “misinterpreted the guidelines for appropriate workplace attire and asked crew members to change clothing.”
“No crew members were asked to leave set or disciplined in any way,” it noted.

(Source: Selah Kyd/Facebook)

Daryl Litke with Unifor, which represents the set workers in question, says the union has since been in talks with the production company.
“What they’ve presented to us is that the senior producers in the company are very, very distressed — dismayed, by what happened and they will be taking immediate action to … try to deal with the thought process and decision of the producer on set to ask these people to change their clothing,” Litke told NEWS 1130.
“They feel that this surely ……

Read More

*This article contains affiliate links*

Trending Posts

Related Posts