ARTICLE 3 REMUNERATION AND REWRITES

 

301
There shall be no minimum Script Fee. All Script Fees are negotiable. Payment of the Script Fee is the total remuneration payable by the Producer to the Animation Writer unless otherwise negotiated.

302
Payment of the negotiated Script Fee shall be as follows:


  1. i) on delivery of Outline (Treatment in the case of a Feature Film)   20%
    ii) on delivery of First Draft   40%
    iii) on delivery of Second Draft   30%
    iv) on delivery of Polish   10%
  2. Where no Outline (or Treatment in the case of a Feature Film) is required the Script Fee shall be paid as follows:
    i) on delivery of First Draft   50%
    ii) on delivery of Second Draft   40%
    iii) on delivery of Polish   10%
  3. When the Producer contracts for a single element or component of a script, the Script Fee shall be allocated and paid as follows:
    i) on signing of the contract   25%
    ii) on delivery of the stage   75%

303
Subsequent to the delivery of the last contracted stage, or termination of an Animation Writer there shall be no restrictions with respect to script changes, rewrites or hiring of another Animation Writer other than as individually negotiated.

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