IPA Performer Categories and Preference of Engagement Quiz

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IPA Performer Categories and Preference of Engagement Quiz
You'll need to correctly answer at least 6 of the 12 questions below (at least 50%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: What does "IPA" stand for?
Question #2: The IPA is negotiated between ACTRA and which two organizations?
Question #3: The IPA generally covers ACTRA performers in the majority of non-French, non-commercial film/television/digital productions shot in Canada.
Question #4: It’s important that you as a performer understand the basics of the IPA because it sets forth the minimum rates and working conditions for the majority of non-French, non-commercial film/television/digital productions shot in Canada.
Question #5: Generally, what is the minimum amount of lines a performer must have to be categorized as a Principal Performer?
Question #6: Stand-Ins fall into which Performance Category?
Question #7: Solo Singers fall into which Performance Category?
Question #8: What is the "count" in IPA productions? In other words, how many Background Performers on any given day on a Production must be ACTRA members paid at the regular Background Performer rates in the Agreement?
Question #9: The count includes Stand-Ins and Photo Doubles.
Question #10: In the IPA, a production can offer a background performer role to an AABP member before offering it to a full member if the performers are equally available and suitable for the role.
Question #11: How far away does an Ontario shooting location on an ACTRA set have to be from the ACTRA Toronto office in order for there to generally be no "count" for background performers?
Question #12: On Ontario sets more than 40 kilometres from the ACTRA Toronto office, productions may choose to seek and hire ACTRA members living nearer to the shoot location AND DO NOT have to adhere to preference of engagement.
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