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Producing, Financing, and Distributing Film: A Comprehensive Legal and…

by Donald C. Farber

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Although the book is outdated in several aspects, you can still learn a few things from it. Some legal concerns are illustrated in a manner that is accessible for those who are not very familiar with how producing film actually works. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0879101075, Paperback)

(Limelight). The original edition of this book, long out of print, was published almost 20 years ago. The decades since then have brought enormous changes to the business side of moviemaking, requiring that the new edition be totally rewritten. This is, then, a brand new book and one that has been most eagerly awaited. In it, three experts in entertainment law carefully explain the complex procedures involved in bringing a film to the screen, from acquiring rights and financing, to negotiating workable agreements with artists and craftspeople, to distributing and exhibiting the finished motion picture. Clear, concise, and above all authoritative, this book cuts a pathway through a jungle and is an essential reference for the teacher of film, the independent producer, the would-be filmmaker, and anyone interested in the business of making movies.

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