User Ratings (5)
Anonymous

"Shot one day with this company in Silicon Valley and all seemed well. Two months later I contacted the producer (Mitch Glasser) asking when I could expect to see a check and was told that he was sick and out of the office but would make sure I was paid as soon as he returned. After a number of emails that went unanswered and phone calls that weren't returned, I filed a complaint with the California State Labor Board. When next I spoke to Mitch he said that this had become a legal matter and he would communicate no further with me, although he could have saved me a lot of calories if he'd just said that during our first post-shoot email exchange. Seven months after the shoot we had a preliminary hearing via conference call, during which 3 Screen's representative said that they had always intended to pay me and tried to make me look poorly to the hearing officer by complaining that I had contacted their client and asked for help getting paid. This strategy didn't work, and the hearing officer told them that they would likely lose in an actual hearing and if so I would win 30 days worth of pay as a penalty. They agreed to pay me in full within ten days, and they didn't, but the check did finally show up between two and three weeks later. To date no one else on the crew has been paid, nor has the grip/electric vendor."

Reviewed on 5/22/2013

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Anonymous

"3 Screen Productions is the most unprofessional production company I've ever worked for. I shot for Mitch Glasser on June 30th, 2010 who is now the VP for Production at Track Marketing Group www.linkedin.com/pub/mitchell-glasser/1a/56/44 and to this date have still not been paid for my work. They owe me $650.00. I just found the invoice in my books and decided to send them a copy again. I'm also going to be sending a copy to Mitch Glasser, since he was the one who hired me for the job. I want to see if he's really a good guy and take care of the people who work for him. I'll keep you all posted. "

Reviewed on 2/17/2013

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Anonymous

"They still owe my company $3,000. STAY AWAY!!!! "

Reviewed on 1/05/2012

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Neal B., Freelance Camera, Boynton Beach, FL

"To date, 3 Screen Productions - 1880 North Congress Avenue, Boynton Beach, FL, still has not paid me for my freelance camera work. I have spoken with Mitch Glasser, who states he is no longer with the company. He was the producer/director and main contact for me at 3 Screen Productions. Apparently from what I'm told, the company still owes out a lot of money to vendors and I'm guessing I'm at the bottom of that list. No one has contacted me at all to give me any updates. At least Mitch answered my phone call and said, not to worry, that I will get paid. He is a good guy caught up in a bad deal with his old company, 3 Screen Productions. It's going on almost a year and a half of non payment for my services. I'll be contacting Mike an Ron from 3 Screen Productions this week to hopefully have them send me a check so I can update this post to something more positive."

Reviewed on 10/02/2011

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Neal B., Freelance Camera Operator, Boynton Beach, FL

"I'm a NJ freelance camera operator and was hired by Mitch Glasser, a friend of a friend, from 3 Screen Productions - 1880 North Congress Avenue, Boynton Beach, FL, to do a shoot in Red Bank, NJ. The shoot was completed and the footage aired - I still have not been paid and it's a year later. The kept giving me a ton of excuses and promised to pay. The fee was only around $600 and they still haven't paid. Mitch kept promising me that I would be paid, but as of today, still no payment. Next to Princeton Partners if Princeton, NJ, 3 Screen Productions is another scummy production company and I do not recommend doing business with. "

Reviewed on 6/29/2011

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