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What Is A Film Title Report?

Updated: May 2

A Film or Television Title Report is the final compilation and detailing of the history of the use of the title you have chosen for your production in all types of media – film, television, publishing, music, etc. It summarizes the Title Search and identifies any potential legal hazards for your title. It is necessary that your chosen title does not infringe on any previously existing trademarks or copyrights, and that the title you have chosen will not be mistakenly associated with another well-known film titles. The Title Report also provides information about any other previous and current projects being produced with the same title. Although titles are not subject to copyright, they can fall under trademark protection if they have become so ubiquitous that they are indelibly linked to the film. The Title Report documents the fact that your use of a particular title is not likely to raise any legal issues, which is what allows you to obtain Errors and Omissions Coverage

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