Costume Designer Agreement
The Costume Designer Agreement gives the Producer the right to utilize their designs in a film production.
Costume designers design, create and hire the costumes for the cast. They start by working with directors, producers, writers, the production designer and hair and makeup designer to contribute to the look and storytelling of the production.
This is a legal document that details the terms and conditions between the Production Company and a Costume Designer.
It covers the essential elements of the relationship such as:
- Date of Recording
- Ownership Rights
- Release Date
- Name of Podcast
- Use Rights
- And More.
The Costume Designer is a core role in a film, working closely with the Production Designer to bring the idea to life.
This Film Costume Designer Agreement is an industry-standard agreement, fully customizable for your production with essential deal terms including, time on set, compensation & credit.
Having the right deal in place is essential to protecting you and your production. Without the right contract in place, you can expose yourself, your company, and your film.
For films, it is essential to document every deal properly to have a clean chain of titles for distribution or acquisition.
Creating a film contract ensures that the parties making the agreement will have all the proper terms and conditions laid out in advance of the engagement.
Other names for this Document:
Costume Design Agreement, Costume Design Contract, Costume Designer’s Personal Services Contract, Costume Designer for Film Contract,
Approximate time to complete contract: 6-7 Minutes
Single-Use Contract Unless Purchased with a Subscription
What Is It?
The Costume Designer Agreement covers the essential contract terms between a Production Company and a Costume Designer:
This standard Film contract covers:
- The Start Date of the Agreement
- The name of the Film Production
- The Release of Rights
- The Use Rights of the Recording, including promotion and advertising rights.
- The Rights and Responsibilities of the Parties
- Work-For-Hire Language
- The transfer of intellectual property rights
- Alternative Dispute Resolution Issues, including Venue & Choice of Law
How to Use This Document
Use this document to explain the relationship between a Production Company and a Costume Designer.
Some things needed to build your custom Costume Designer Agreement:
- Names of the Parties
- Addresses of the Parties
- Emails of the Parties
- Name of the Film Production
- Dates of Recording
- State for Venue and Choice Provisions
Once you have completed drafting the Costume Designer Agreement, you will be able to save to edit further, download a PDF or send to the other party for electronic signature.
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