Welcome to the IATSE Local 480 Film Technicians of New Mexico Website. Members can log in to find production office contact numbers, read newsletters and announcements and search the roster.
Production companies should contact our office to obtain a password to search our roster.
Our members work "below the line" in these crafts in film and television and our goal is to provide them with the benefits of safe working conditions, health coverage and retirement.
Local members are encouraged to keep their credits and personal information updated. The appropriate pages can be accessed from the Members Area menu options at the top of this screen.
2013 ASA Contract Information
The new ASA contract has not yet been printed and will not be available until IATSE International releases it. For the time being, we simply have to follow the expired ASA and the ASA MOU from August 2012, both of which can be found in the section of this website labeled "contracts".
Working America and IATSE have partnered to create Reel Working America. As a member of Reel Working America, you'll be part of the movement to protect the middle class and worker's rights across the country.
The .pdf linked above outlines a simple plan to help the film industry in New Mexico thrive in a new era.
This .pdf document linked above details the Economic and Fiscal Impacts of the New Mexico Film Production Tax Credit on the state of New Mexico as shown by Ernst and Young.
A study on the economic impact of the California Film and TV Tax Credit Program on the County of Los Angeles as shown by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC).