Your film production has everything set. From the actors, actresses, extras, stunt doubles, props, wardrobe, film, and cameras. Your on location ready to create your next Oscar worthy film, but suddenly production halts due to a heavy downpour. Instead of capturing your next big picture, your camera captures a big storm. Your film piece is delayed and now you are spending more that what your budget permits.
Don’t let this happen to your production! Eliminate the stresses and uncertainty of weather by relying on US Weather Insurance to cover your expenses. We provide cost containment weather insurance which can be purchased by any organization that experiences an increase in expenses due to inclement weather. It protects against the increased costs above and beyond what you expected.
Film production can benefit largely from this type of insurance because when inclement weather becomes a factor, it can create a huge impact on the filming schedule. Once the script is locked, any modification you make to the story or schedule, no matter how minor or major, will subsequently impact the budget. If you’re on a tight budget, you won’t have the luxury of shooting your film over a period of several months. Your budget may only allow you to schedule a 12-day shoot (every additional day is going to cost you money). Most likely, all 12 days will not be full of sunshine. By insuring your film production, you can guarantee that if bad weather hits, you’ll be covered.
Other companies and associations that are most likely to use cost containment weather insurance are municipalities, airports, hospitals, homeowners associations and malls that frequently become affected by snowfall and rain. Businesses such as a snow plow company may also choose to obtain this insurance to offset increased expenses during an unpredictably heavy snowfall season.
If you didn’t include disastrous weather in your script, there is no need for it to make a debut during filming. Contact US Weather Insurance at 888-882-5440 and provide us with the following: