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A Production Agreement is a specific type of Service Agreement whereby one entity, the production services provider (or producer), contracts to produce an art or media project for the client. Production Agreements can be between large entities, like two big companies, or they can be individual-to-individual (in other words, a small client hiring a small producer).
Production Agreements tend to include provisions that allow specificity to develop around the relationship. For example, the project that the two parties will be working on is described, but so are any required specifications (i.e. for movies, the type of film it needs to be shot on, or specific sound software that music needs to be mixed on). The Production Agreement will also contain the more business-oriented provisions required, like the payment structure.
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This document should be used when two parties are looking to enter into a production agreement with each other, regardless of what the specific production is for. This agreement can be used for any kind of art or media project and will outline the details of the parties' relationship and understanding.
In this document, basic information is listed, such as the names and identifying details of the parties. From there, however, the agreement becomes more robust and all the pertinent details of the contract are entered, such as the project details, the fee structure, the project specifications (if any), specific clauses about marketing and royalties, and termination information.
When this agreement is filled out, it should be printed and signed by both parties. It's a good idea to have each party keep a copy.
Production Agreements in the United States are generally subject to the laws of the individual state and follow general commercial contract rules.
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