Monthly Archives: June 2013

Asked & Answered: Can I set my sports movie in a real sports league?

Christian writes:I have a story in mind that takes place in a popular sports league. It's not based on actual events, it just involves the specific league.Since it's probably very hard to actually get the rights to write about the league, should I write the script with a made up sports league? (like Any Given Sunday)

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4 reasons why receiving Producer Credit may not be all it’s cracked up to be.

4 reasons why receiving Producer Credit may not be all it’s cracked up to be. It’s a common practice in the entertainment industry. Producers operating on shoestring budgets will, in an effort to secure the property and/or services of talented individuals, ofer them some kind of producer credit in lieu of the usual compensation those… Continue Reading

Entertainment Law Update 41- Video Chat with the Interns

  Call us with your feedback:(310) 243-6231   &nbsp     Hosts: Website: http://firemark.com http://theatrelawyer.com, Twitter: @gfiremark Website: http://createprotect.com Twitter: @tamerabennett Entertainment Law Update is brought to you by Clio, the best way to manage your practice online. Clio allows you to manage your matters, clients, time, bills, trust accounts and more all through a… Continue Reading

Entertainment Industry Insights Podcast: Ken Davenport

 Entertainment Industry Insights Podcast Episode 3:  Ken Davenport    In this episode of Entertainment Industry Insights, I speak with Broadway Producer  Ken Davenport. Ken Davenport is a Broadway producer whose credits include Macbeth, Kinky Boots, Godspell, Chinglish, Oleanna starring Bill Pullman and Julia Stiles, Speed-the-Plow, Will Ferrell’s You’re Welcome America, Blithe Spirit starring Angela Lansbury,… Continue Reading

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