When producing a film or television program, there will undoubtedly be a Director involved.  It’s always best to have a Director’s Agreement in place before entering the pre-production stage, so that all issues including approvals, deliverables and payments are discussed and settled before everyone gets to work. 


Director’s Agreements can seem simple, but there are a lot of subtle differences between a good Director’s Agreement and a generic services agreement converted to be used to engage a Director.  It’s important for the Director and Producer(s) to have their relationship or arrangement set out in writing, to avoid disputes before, during or after the filming and editing stages of production.


If you need a Director’s Agreement, fill out the checklist below and we’ll be able to start working on an agreement for you.


If you can’t answer certain questions, that probably means you need further advice, so just put ‘I don’t know’ or get in touch!