In this guide, we’ll explain why uploading certain documents is required or recommended when submitting your title.
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In this guide:
Why is there a documents section?
Documents you might add
File types we accept
💡 1. Why is there a documents section?
The Documents section allows you to store additional materials related to your title that a channel buyer will be able to see when considering licensing your title.
📄 2. Documents you might add
Clearance documents: These documents help prove your chain of title. In the traditional distribution industry, these are usually required for distribution. Several of our largest licensing partners do require clearance documents. If your title includes these documents, we will be able to avail your title to these partners.
🎵 Music Cue Sheets (for both a trailer + main video)
A music cue sheet lists every musical cue, its start/end times in the film/show, its duration, writer(s), publisher(s), and collection agency affiliation(s) (like ASCAP, BMI, GEMA etc).
📸 Image Clearances
If you license images from 3rd parties, you can upload your clearance agreements proving you have done so. (You can retract any sensitive information if you prefer).
Other documents: Any other digital files related to the title.
🗂️ Electronic Press Kit (EPK)
🗂️ Pitch Deck
🗂️ E&O Insurance
🗂️ Cast and Crew Bios
🗳️ 3. File types we accept
📚 4. Glossary
Avail Your Title = Filmhub presents your title as available for Channels to license
Chain of Title = A series of documents establishing who owns or controls the rights to a title
Clearance = Formal permission granted by the rights owner to use their image or music for a specified use
Electronic Press Kit = A producer’s resume or CV designed to provide channel buyers with essential information about their work
E&O Insurance = Errors & Omissions Insurance (also known as personal liability insurance)