Film License

In common usage, a license refers to any limited grant of rights to a film, with the owner retaining other rights to the film.

For example: A pre-sale is merely a license entered into prior to completion of a film. Thus, licenses encompass a broad array of grants of rights, ranging all the way from a one-day pay-per-view television license to a grant of all worldwide rights for a term of 25 years.

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