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An exclusion is an item or risk specifically not covered by an insurance policy or other contract. Some exclusions are possible with the approval of the Production Office.


Below are the most common, but not all, of the film exclusions:


  • Film Production Budgets of $100,000 or more

  • Film shoots lasting 30 days or longer

  • Filming outside the USA and Canada

  • Minors

  • Aircraft, Air-Balloons or Drones

  • Watercraft

  • Any water activities (pool, ocean, river, lake)

  • Trains or Railroads

  • Filming on rooftops

  • Motor Vehicles, High Valued, Antique or Specialty Autos.

  • Auto Chase, Crash, or Other Dangerous Scenes

  • Filming above 50 feet, Underground, or Under Water

  • Stunts (See Stunts section for more comprehensive list of stunts)

  • Pyrotechnics

  • Animals

  • Skydiving, the use of planes, scuba diving, parasailing, major stunts, extreme sports or any other hazardous activities

  • Rigging of Persons or Property

  • Sports or Athletic Events/Exhibitions

  • Prop Weapons

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