After all, movies are a form of business. A lot of capital and other resources are involved in business transactions. Failure to document these transactions through written agreements can create significant uncertainties and losses. In addition, investors and banks began to force producers to enter into written contracts with them, as well as with the occupation and crew of the film. During production, various debts arise from non-compliance with obligations and negligence of crew members. Therefore, the responsibility in the film development process also needs to be clarified. The basis of a film is in the script commonly known as the screenplay. Normally, the film script is created by the director or a separate screenwriter. The script owner enters into a script contract with the producer. In general, the producer acquires an exclusive right to block a script until production of the film begins. The co-production agreement also deals with the distribution of profits among producers.
Provisions for reimbursement (cost cover) and the distribution of net profit between producers are provided for in the agreement. The right and obligations of the parties, such as the right to verify the production process and the keeping of accounts, are also part of the co-production agreement. Dispute settlement mechanisms and conditions for termination of co-production are also included in the agreement. The Confidentiality Agreement (NDA) for films (film) is intended to be used for the publication of an original film concept, action or screenplay. The cinematographic material you wish to protect must be confidential information, i.e. it should only be passed on to persons bound to secrecy. If you have disclosed your film concept without the secret, for example vis-à-vis the actors or a producer, you will have more trouble imposing this NDA. There are three other requirements to protect a cinematic concept: your idea must be new and original; Your idea had to be requested and the purpose of disclosing your idea is to generate revenue. If you want to use this NDA for another audiovisual format, replace the term “movie” with the type of media (TV show, documentation, music video, etc.). The whole process of cinematography is chronophetural, as time is one of the determining factors that influence the commercialization and success of the film.. . .