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ABOUT THIS MODULE

Approaching and asking a location owner to use his or her property for your film shoot can be a daunting task. In this module, you will not only learn how to approach a location owner, but which contracts and forms are needed, proper protocol, how to deal with problems and how to help a location owner prepare himself for the whirlwind that is the production process.
 

IN THIS MODULE

  • 34:47 video that shows you how to effectively work with a location owner
  • Illustrated companion guide
  • Blank location agreement you can use on your productions
  • Blank Location Release form
  • Blank Non-Filmed Location Agreement

LEARN

  • How to approach a location owner about using his or her property for your shoot
  • How to establish your credibility
  • How to speak and present your case to a location owner
  • The necessary contracts and agreements to protect yourself legally
  • How to conduct a walk through
  • How to deal with problems if the location owner decides to pull out at the last minute
  • The location release form and its importance
 "Jason proves that top-notch production values are within the reach of anyone who has ever dreamt of making his own movie. You’ll learn far more about filmmaking with this practical, thorough and meticulously organized site than you ever will watching "Project Greenlight." Jason knows what he’s talking about, because he’s actually done it!"
 
   - Steve Skrovan, Executive Producer,
         Everybody Loves Raymond
 
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