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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
Very detailed. Excellent for homework assignments to let students watch at home.
 
   -  Daniel Levin,
       University of Houston
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