BETTER CONTRACTS – PRO EDITION – TROPICCOLOUR

Free Download Better Contracts – Pro Edition – Tropiccolour

If you’re a Creative, Director, Photographer, DP Producer, Production Company etc. Then you NEED these contract to protect yourself and your projects!

This product was developed and is used by 2 industry leading production companies BetterdaysLA & BuffNerds Media. Combined these 2 companies have produced some of the world’s biggest music videos for the industries biggest artists & brands such as Tyga, KYLE, Snoop Dog, Nipsey Hussle, Mariah Carey, MarshMello, YG,  Juicy J, YBN Cordae, Verizon, Netflix, Colgate, DirecTV, Macy’s and more!

30 fully editable & customizable contracts

Over 150+ pages of contracts

All contracts are fully up to date for 2020 legal codes

Includes product descriptions and instructions 

Contracts were created by high powered entertainment law firm & top industry producers

Over 10K in legal fees went into the making of these contracts

We can’t guarantee that these will work with the laws of any other country other than the USA, as these were made and based on US law, so buy at your own risk

1. Shopping Agreement is sometimes called an Attachment Agreement. This document allows a producer to enter into an agreement with an owner of some rights like a script, book, reality concept and to try to set up a project based on those rights. The producer could find a financier, a network, studio or other production company to develop, produce or finance the project. If the producer is successful in setting up the project, the producer separately negotiates with the third party and the owner of the rights separately negotiates with the third party. Both must conclude a deal for the project to move forward.

2. Talent Agreement is the same contract as the Shopping Agreement but specifically for talent that you are wanting to attach or bring on board a project to pitch and sell. This document allows a producer to enter into an agreement with the talent and have them officially involved in

the project based on those rights. If the producer is successful in setting up the project both must conclude a deal for the project to move forward.

3. Confidentiality Agreement allows a producer to have a third party keep certain information confidential that may be acquired by the third-party providing rights or services to a production. For example, the crew to a production may find out how the grand finale ends in a series and the producer will want that information kept confidential.

4. Mutual Confidentiality Agreement (MCA) allows a producer to have a third party keep certain information confidential that may be acquired and allows a third party to have a producer keep certain information confidential that may be acquired. For example a writer may disclose a script and the production company may develop a teaser for the script and both parties will be mutually confidential to not share information outside their agreement.

5. Non-Disclosure Agreement also called an NDA is used when a producer provides access to confidential material to a third-party and the producer wants any information obtained to be kept confidential. This typically is used when someone is given access to physical material that should remain confidential.

6. Liability Waiver is a legal document that a person who participates in any activity of production may sign to acknowledge the risks involved in their participation. By doing so, the company attempts to remove legal liability from the business or person responsible for the activity.

7. Production Agreement or Scope of Work (SOW) is used when a production company or individuals are being hired by a company or client to execute a project or video. This agreement mutually sets up the project guidelines, terms of payment, dates and deliverables the client/company is agreeing to.

8. Crew Deal Memo is an agreement that sets up terms of payment for a crew member. This is a shorter form agreement to the ICA and can be used on smaller project that don’t need as many legal terms. Or can be provided to companies to get a written agreement for payment terms rather than a verbal agreement in potential hires.

9. DP/Videographer Agreement is used when a producer hires a videographer on a production. This agreement can also be submitted by a videographer for their specific payment and project delivery terms.

10. Editor Agreement is used when a producer hires an editor on a production.

This agreement can also be submitted by an editor for their specific delivery dates, upfront of deferred payment and general project terms.

11. Director Agreement is used to hire a director on a production.

This agreement can also be submitted by a director for their pre-production, production and post-production terms, plus specific work dates, upfront of deferred payment and IP ownership.

12. BTS/Photographer Agreement is used when a producer hires a photographer or videographer to shoot Behind the Scenes footage during a production. This agreement can also be submitted by a BTS videographer for their specific payment and project delivery terms if delivering footage and editing BTS footage.

13. Area Release is used in an area in which you are filming so that people coming in and out of the shot will know they are filmed. It is better to get an Appearance Release for those appearing in your production but not always practical. No one will have to sign this document and it should be enlarged to put on a poster and placed in several locations at your shoot location. It needs to be printed big enough for people to notice and read. This release cannot replace the need for talent appearance releases.

14. Appearance Release (Agent/Fee) is used for anyone that you will film for your production and has a manager or agent who want the likeness and usage terms defined.

15. Background Talent Release (FEE)is used for any background talent that you will film for your production. Typically these people appearing in your production will not have speaking lines.

16. Background Talent Release (NO FEE) is used for any background talent that you will film for your production. Typically these people appearing in your production will not have speaking lines.

17. Talent Release or Personal Release (FEE) is used to hire an actor on a production.

18. Talent Release or Personal Release (NO FEE) is used to have an actor on a production but they are not receiving monetary compensation.

19. Model Agreement (FEE) is used to hire a model on a production.

20. Model Agreement (NO FEE) is used to hire a model on a production but they are not receiving monetary compensation.

21. Nudity Rider/Waiver is attached to an actor agreement when an actor will appear in sex scenes or partial nudity in a production. This describes all that the actor will need to do and terms of involvement.

22. Voice-Over Release (FEE) is used to hire the voice of someone, typically used in a documentary or commercial production.

23. Voice-Over Release (NO FEE) is used to hire the voice of someone, typically used in documentary or commercial production but they are not receiving monetary compensation.

24. Location Release (FEE) is used to obtain permission to release any location that you will film for your production along with a Fee you will pay to use for the agreed upon terms.

25. Location Release (NO FEE) is used to obtain permission to release any location that you will film for your production and states that you have the right to use the location and will NOT pay a fee to use it with the agreed upon terms in your project or production.

26. Vehicle Release (FEE ) is used when a producer wants to use a third-party’s vehicle to be filmed in a production.

27. Vehicle Release (NO FEE) is used when a producer wants to use a third-party’s vehicle to be filmed in a production.

28. Artwork Release is a document whereby a producer hires an artist to create artwork or uses preexisting artwork to specifically to be used in the production. This is most likely in the form of set dressing. Can be both paid and unpaid usage.

29. Logo Release is used when a producer wants to include a logo or property owned by a third-party in the productions.

30. Music Release (No Fee) is used to release a song written and recorded by an artist. This contract gives permission for a project to use the recording.

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