It wasn't that long ago that my writing partner and I got burned by a cinematographer. We didn't get burned bad, but it was enough to wake me up to the importance of release forms and contracts.
If you were part of the lounge discussion a while back, it looked like this:
Dozens of you offered me sound advice, some of which we took after talking to a lawyer.
The issue was resolved and we found an incredible DP who got the job done.
My takeaway was simple:
ALWAYS HAVE A SIGNED CONTRACT, no matter the size of the project.
Last week I was the Production Coordinator for a regional commercial, and you better believe no one walked on set or left the set without giving me their John Hancock.
I have read and heard stories about productions that were brought to a standstill because a contract or form wasn't signed. To better understand what kind of release or contract you need to have for your actors on crew, we turn to our friends at FilmDaily.
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