| Commentary

275 Screen credit

| Commentary

275 Screen credit

Failure by the producer to negotiate contractual screen credit provisions correctly can be as damaging to a film as a failure to acquire the underlying rights. One of the circumstances in respect of which an injunction may be granted preventing a film from being exploited is the failure by a producer to comply with a screen credit obligation. Since the loss by an individual of an opportunity to enhance his or her reputation is a loss which might not be capable of being adequately compensated by way of damages, the courts may grant an injunction restraining distribution

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