Rebecca Rhine

national executive director, International Cinematographers Guild

Rebecca Rhine on KCRW

Some of the three-year agreement’s highlights include a 10-hour break between shifts, a 54-hour weekend rest period, penalties for not taking meals during work, health and pension…

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