The film making world is becoming riskier, according to the 2005 Risks in Global Film making map published by Aon/Albert G. Ruben, an insurance broker for the entertainment industry. “Ten years ago, there was nowhere in the world a film maker wouldn’t go, but this is no longer the case,” said Chris Palmer, director of risk control for Aon. “Film makers are becoming more aware of the risks they encounter abroad and, in particular, the risks that affect actors, crew, and millions of dollars worth of equipment on loan for production.”

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