Established in the year 1958 it was named as CINE ARTISTES’ ASSOCIATION. Later, in 1997, with the advent of Television and private channels, the name was changed to CINTAA (Cine & TV Artistes’ Association). Governed by an elected executive committee that works on an honorary basis; CINTAA has its membership base of over 9,000 members. Our Association (CINTAA) is an autonomous body registered under the Indian Trade Union Act, having following aims and objectives:
- To nurture a feeling of fraternity and unity among its members and to regulate their professional relations with their employers;
- To promote and encourage high standards of professional conduct and integrity amongst its members and to enhance their skills by holding paid workshops at subsidized rates.
- To mediate in professional disputes between members and producers, directors, studios, TV networks, web networks, employers, etc. arising out of any breach or dispute of the terms of their contracts or agreements, with a view to settle them.
- To Endeavour to provide aid against sickness and injury, unemployment, infirmity, old age and death to its members.
To provide legal assistance or advice to members in respect of matters arising out of or incidental to, their employment including legal consultancy and other such support services.