Dealmaking in the Film & Television Industry: From Negotiations to Final Contracts
Addressing a general, non-attorney readership, Dealmaking is a highly accessible (no impenetrable legalese) guide to entertainment law's peculiarities and practical applications for everyone working in film and television -- producer, writer, director or actor. Armed with this book, filmmakers can save themselves thousands of dollars in legal fees as they navigate the shark-infested waters of the entertainment business.
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