We have a fairly hearty set of deliverables for our North American distribution on Alien Uprising. They include a bunch of things, but I'm selecting out the ones which are going to be the biggest deal for use to create. We have to deliver all these things, along with the movie itself, in about 30 days.
A legible .pdf of each document, in addition to providing originals where required:
3. Music – must deliver:
Music cue sheet – in proper form, listing song, duration, use, publisher.
Composer agreement, with list of which songs on cue sheet are composed.
Synchronization and master use license for all songs (unless use license is not applicable). Licenses must contain: proper grant of rights to utilize the music in the film as contemplated by this agreement, must contain waiver of injunctive relief.
All textless titles, foreign titles, or textless sections should be recorded 2 minutes after end of program on part 2 of the D-1 or digibeta masters. The time code on the textless section should match that of the texted D-1 or digibeta source. Slate should indicate if textless materials are present.All films rated by the MPAA should have rating tags at the end of the program (NTSC only). A written 100% quality control report from the video facility approved by Distributor must be prepared for each video master described above.