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    Literary Management Representation Agreement for Screenwriters


    Prepare a professional agency contract for a client quickly and easily with this Literary Management Representation Agreement for screenwriters.

    • The manager will be paid a percentage of any gross compensation paid to the screenwriter for any work procured under the Agreement.
    • The manager has the right to produce and package any script by the screenwriter and is entitled to producer's fees and credits for production and distribution.
    • The parties agree that the contract is between the writer and the manager as individuals, and not with any firm, agency or other entity that the manager is employed by.
    • This is a generic legal contract which is not country-specific and can be used almost anywhere.

    If you represent screenwriters, then this Literary Management Representation Agreement is an ideal template for you. You can personalize each copy, customize it to reflect your unique services, and re-use it as often as your business requires.

    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 10-March-2021
    SKU: 7203
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    Script Submission Agreement


    Are you a film or TV producer who solicits scripts from screenwriters? Have the writers make their submissions in writing under the terms of this Script Submission Agreement.

    • The screenwriter acknowledges that the submission of the script and the execution of the Agreement does not create confidential or fiduciary relationship between the screenwriter and the producer.
    • The screenwriter represents that the material submitted is an original work, and that s/he is the sole owner.
    • The screenwriter will not be entitled to compensation for the use of similar or identical material developed independently of the writer's submission.
    • The screenwriter releases and indemnifies the producer against claims, loss and damages.

    Don't accept any original material unless it's accompanied by a signed Script Submission Agreement. If you do, you could open yourself up to a future legal claim.