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1. Sales Agent Fee. Sales Agent shall be entitled to deduct and retain a Deferred Sales Agent Fee in respect of the first Gross Receipts received up to £[ ] in accordance with paragraph 2. Sales Agent shall be entitled to deduct and retain the Sales Agent Fee from Gross Receipts received beyond the first £[ ] as set forth in the paragraph 2(c), such fee being inclusive of all sub-Sales Agent fees and any Sales Agent or similar fees (whether or not paid to affiliates, subsidiaries or other companies related to Sales Agent) with respect to the exploitation and Sales Agent of the Film.

2. Allocation of Sales Agent's Gross Receipts. Sales Agent agrees that Gross Receipts derived from the Territory shall be applied as follows:

a. First, to Sales Agent until Sales Agent has received £[ ] to be applied by Sales Agent in reduction of the Advance;

b. Second, on an ongoing basis, to the payment to Sales Agent of its Sales Agent Costs it being understood that Sales Agent Costs incurred by Sales Agent will be capped at five per cent (5%) of gross revenues payable to Sales Agent and, in addition, its Excluded Sales Agent Costs;

c. Third, on an ongoing basis, to the payment to Sales Agent of the Sales Agent Fee;

d. Fourth, of the next £[ ] of Gross Receipts (after deduction of the fees and expenses permitted under subparagraphs (b) and (c)), on a pro rata pari passu basis, £[ ] shall be paid to Sales Agent in reduction of its Advance and £[ ] shall be paid to the Producer to be applied to recoup the contributions of the Producer's investors in the Film (less any amounts paid to the Sales Agent on account of permitted fees and expenses);

e. Fifth, the next £[ ] of Gross Receipts (after deduction of the fees and expenses permitted under subparagraphs

(b) and (c)), shall be paid to the Producer to be applied to recoup the contributions of the Producer's investors in the Film;

f. Sixth, Gross Receipts (after deduction of the fees and expenses permitted under subparagraphs (b) and (c)), shall thereafter be allocated between Sales Agent and the Producer on a pro rata pari passu basis until the Sales

Agent has received its Deferred Sales Agent Fee of £[ ] and the Producer has received £[ ]; g. Seventh, the balance ('Net Receipts'), to the Producer is accordance with below:

i. First, the Producer in relation to all unrecouped development costs for the film;

ii. Second, the Producer in relation to all unrecouped overheads costs relating to the film;

iii. The balance (Producer's net profits) to those set out below; iv. Producer:

Director: Writer: Talent Pool:

Equity Investors: 25%

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