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Short-term production policies available

If you shoot multiple productions throughout the year, then an annual D.I.C.E. policy is your best option. Having film production insurance may be a good option if you run a production company if you own equipment that you currently rent out to productions.


Worldwide Coverage

Annual & Short-Term Coverage Term

All Budget Gross Production Cost

Certificates at no additional cost

Excess liability

E.A.S. Event Safety Alliance



General Liability

General liability insurance can help cover medical expenses and attorney fees resulting from bodily injuries and property damage for which your company may be legally responsible.

Inland Marine

Rented Equipment, Owned Equipment, Props, Sets and Wardrobe, Negative & Faulty Stock, Third Party Property Damage, Extra Expense, Office Contents, Cast, Worldwide & more.

Errors & Omissions

Protect against lawsuits alleging copyright infringement, invasion of privacy, and more.


Covers your employee dishonesty, forgery or alteration, and theft, disappearance or destruction of money and securities.


insurance covers damage to computers, media, and data with regard to electronic equipment.


Automobile Liability, Hired/Non-Owned Auto, Physical Damage.

Workers Compensation

Provides medical expenses, lost wages, and rehabilitation costs to employees who are injured or become ill while on the job.


Covers the costs of an injured person’s medical expenses up to the selected limit no matter who is at fault.

Volunteer Accident

Protects your volunteer workforce for medical costs associated with an accidental injury incurred while working on behalf of the production.


Excess liability in excess of an underlying liability policy.  Limit up to $10,000,000.


Eligible stunts include aerial, flight scenes, animals, precision driving, water, falls, pyrotechnics, weapons.