We all love watching the fine work that comes out of production companies. If you think about the many risks facing production and entertainment companies, most people might run like Forrest Gump! But we at MovieInsure.com knows that with risk also comes rewards. Here are a few of the risks faced by the entertainment industry:
Film Schools- The Film School program is designed specifically for film schools at universities. This annual policy provides a comprehensive basket of coverages for school sanctioned productions. This program is flexible enough to allow for small film schools with just a few students up to large film schools with hundreds of students. Over 50 types of production are eligible. We can write school all throughout the U.S.
Short Term Productions – Are you shooting for just a week or two? We have the entertainment insurance just for you. Short term coverage provides the spectrum of insurance coverages at competitive premiums for productions with budgets less than $1,000,000 and duration up to 60 days.
Entertainment Equipment Floater- We can provide insurance on your equipment anywhere in the world. All risk, worldwide coverage for scheduled entertainment related equipment including Cameras, Production, Editing, Musical, Theatrical and miscellaneous items.
Recording & Editing Studios – If you are involved in recording or editing we can insure your property and liability. The Studio program is designed for entities continuously engaged in the business of providing a studio facility to the entertainment industry. The studio may be used for recording, editing, pre-production and post-production as it relates to film production, musical production and related uses.
Our mission is to serve filmmakers with the best policies their dollar can buy. Our diversified staff utilizes state-of-the-art technology to make your insurance experience with us as effortless as possible. Simply put, we are “Independent Brokers/Agents” representing you the “client”. We are licensed professionals and bring a personal touch to the delicate relationship between you, the “client” and the “insurance company.”