What do we use the data for?
Casting, to be able to classify the people interested in taking part in projects in a more detailed fashion, so that it is easy to facilitate the selection process for our clients.
Locations, to have a visual reference of the most relevant features of the properties on offer.
Production, to be able to draw up the documents needed to manage shoots, putting the different teams involved in the project in touch with each other.
Staff, to select the people who may join our teams in the future
Clients in order to draw up production, newsletter and marketing documents.
How long do we store the data for?
Our databases are mainly used to contact the different parties involved, as the rest of the data may evolve and requires frequent updates. In any case, we will retain the data on our systems for as long as the relationship with the interested party continues.
Except for in the case of Newsletters, our legitimate reason to handle data is so that we can maintain a commercial/provision-of-services relationship with the interested party.
In the case of minors under 13 years of age, we will not handle their data without prior explicit consent from their parents or legal representatives.
In the case of Newsletters, we use data as we already have consent to do so - this consent can be withdrawn at any time, with no retroactive effects.
Sharing data with third parties
Notwithstanding any legal obligations which may mean we are obliged to disclose data to third parties, the data belonging to people taking part in castings may be shared with third parties who take part in the same (for example the catering service). Except for in these two cases, we will never share data with third parties without prior explicit consent from the owner of the same.
Within the framework of your activities we will collect the following type of data:
- Identity details
- Contact details (telephone, email etc...)
- Bank details.
- Information on hobbies, skills, tastes (for castings).
- Health information (for castings and only in order to manage menus and diets).
- Access the personal data.
- Rectify the personal data.
- Withdraw the personal data.
- Present a claim or letter for the custody of your rights at the Spanish Data Protection Agency or at the autonomous region's data protection agency, if applicable.
- Be informed of any security incident which may affect your rights.