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RIGHTS AND CONTRACTS
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contracts (movies), contracts (publishing and magazines, U.K.), contracts (magazines), contracts (publishing), copyright and rights, and plagiarism.

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CONTRACTS (MOVIES)

  • legal matters [Screenwriting FAQ]
    Includes:
    VII. Legal Matters
    A. Danger Signals
    1. A Deal But No Money
    2. Partnership Agreements
    B. Standard Release Forms
    1. About Release Forms
    2. One Example
    3. Two Other Examples
    4. A Fourth Example
    C. Rights for a Sequel
    D. Buchwald vs. Paramount
    E. Parody
    F. Fair Use
  • screenplay optioning [Screenwriting FAQ]

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CONTRACTS (publishing and magazine, in the United Kingdom)

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CONTRACTS (MAGAZINES)

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CONTRACTS (PUBLISHING)

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COPYRIGHT AND RIGHTS

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PLAGIARISM

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