| Commentary

350 Variations of the gross distribution agreement

| Commentary

350 Variations of the gross distribution agreement

One variation is for the distributor to account to the producer on ‘adjusted gross receipts’ rather than on the basis of remitted gross receipts. The cost of co-operative advertising is deducted from the receipts, leaving the distributor to pay for the cost of prints alone out of the distributor’s share, recovering the costs of advertising out of the receipts and leaving the balance to be remitted to the producer in the normal way. As the cost of prints and advertising in relation to film rentals varies in direct proportion to the success of

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