Production write-through contract

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A production write-through contract is an arrangement, specific to the film industry, where a screenwriter enters into a commercial agreement with a studio that guarantees the screenwriter the right to do all the necessary rewrites to his or her screenplay. The screenwriter will be on the set throughout the production of the film, and will do the rewrites that a production rewriter would otherwise do.[1]

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ A book about entertainment law is required as a proper source for this term.