Contracts for the Film & Television Industry, 3rd Edition

Contracts for the Film & Television Industry, 3rd Edition

Mark Litwak
Format: Paperback
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  • Paperback: 483 pages
  • Publisher: Silman-James Press; 3 Expanded edition (June 01, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 1935247077
  • EAN: 9781935247074
  • Item Dimensions: 1.0 x 8.8 x 11.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds

Description

Contracts for the Film and Television Industry is an invaluable collection of sample entertainment contracts accompanied by legalese-free discussions of their key concepts and terms. The third edition of this popular handbook is revised and expanded (adding 18 new contracts) making it the ultimate entertainment-law guide for all independent filmmakers, who, armed with it, can save themselves thousands of dollars in legal fees. Contracts for the Film and Television Industry contains 80 contracts covering: Basic provisions of entertainment contracts; Depiction and copyright releases; Literary submissions and sales; Artist employment; Collaborations; Music; Financing; Production; Distribution and exhibition; Merchandising; Retainers; and much more, including a glossary of relevant terms.
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