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CREW AGREEMENT (American Version)

Low Budget Independent Film

Note: Please answer all of the following questions. You must fill in all the blanks. If you are uncertain how you want to answer a question, write in "XX" and you can modify the contract later. Your answers will complete an existing contract. When finished, you'll be able to view and print your contract or copy it into a word processor.
Name of Production Company.
Film Title
Address of Production Company.
(e.g. 2345 Ventura Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 91364)

Which State's laws will govern this Crew Agreement. (e.g. California)
Which State's laws will govern this Crew Deal Memo. (e.g. California)
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$17.99 Contract Template Package

You can purchase our LEGALLY VETTED CONTRACTS/ AGREEMENTS and RELEASES TEMPLATE PACKAGE for $17.99. You will be emailed the American and Canadian versions of this contract package for the independent and DIY filmmaker. Two separate folders - one for Canadian and one for US. SAMPLE AGREEMENTS

PACKAGE INCLUDES: Actor Agreement, Actor Nudity Rider, Artwork Release, Assignment of Contracts, Composer Agreement, Crew Agreement (paid and volunteer), Documentary Depiction Release, Film Clip License, Location Agreement, Location Release, Option Agreement (independent film), Option Agreement Literary, Product Release, Quick Depiction Release, Still Photo Release, Synchronization, TV Music Rights.



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