This section outlines where and how the film is to be financed. It outlines the financial contributions to be advanced from each co-producer and when they fall due. This is extremely important and must be calculated in conjunction with the co-production structure being used, as some treaties require a minimum amount to be contributed by a co-producer.
It is also where the cash flow of the film is outlined, the bank and the account are named and any compliance issues of handling the transactions are dealt with.
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