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FilmTake offers several easy ways to save when you download multiple licensing reports.

Each Report Series is constructed to deepen your understanding of sales markets, distribution advances, licensing rates, release windows, and contractual terms.

Exclusive financials from Netflix, Sony, Starz, iQiyi, and hundreds of film buyers will aid producers, sales agents, distributors, and funders navigate the current state of content distribution.

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The intelligence in each Report Series is unparalleled helping you to accurately value film, television, and streaming content with recent licensing rates and distribution advances.

  • Create and present well-founded financials
  • Price and value content accurately
  • Close financing fast with clear and credible data
  • Substantiate third-party reporting and projections

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The Netflix English Film and TV Rate Series includes streaming rates between Netflix and a studio for rights in Canada, the U.K, and the U.S.

Accurately value distribution revenue with unprecedented access to SVOD and PayTV licensing rates from Netflix, Starz, and iQiyi, as well as advance values from Sony.

Uncover how much all-rights distributors around the world paid for advance rights to independent films across genres and budgets.

The SVOD PayTV Series reveals rare details about licensing rates at Netflix and Starz (Lionsgate), including, subscribers, windows, and more.

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(1) Netflix Film Rate Card Report

The Netflix Film Rate Card Report includes financial and contractual insights from three separate agreements between Netflix and a U.S-based studio for rights in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada.

Whether preparing projections, vetting accounting reports, or calculating revenue estimates, the Netflix Film Rate Card Report provides uniquely valuable licensing data for industry pros.

(2) 2019 Netflix Rate Report Series

The 2019 Netflix English-Speaking Rate Report Series delivers unmatched financials to help you accurately value film and television content in several English-Speaking territories.

The 2019 Netflix English-Speaking Film and Television Rate Report Series includes findings for three separate licensing agreements between Netflix and a U.S. film and television studio for streaming rights in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

(3) Film Advance Series

The Film Advance Series includes 941 minimum guarantee advances from 75 films released around the world over the last five years. These 75 films accounted for over $1 billion in theatrical receipts.

There are over 15,000 data points in 54-page Film Advance Series, which are contained in MS Excel format for maximum usability.

(4) Netflix SVOD Report

With the Netflix SVOD Report go inside Netflix’s licensing agreement with Relativity Media.

The report includes Netflix licensing fees and financials for 43 films released by Relativity Media in the United States and Canada from 2010 through 2018. The slate includes a wide variety of budgets and genres accounting for over $1 billion in box office receipts.

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There are over 3,000 data points in the XLSX Workbook, including Netflix licensing fees for Relativity releases, global subscriber data, content obligations, and other intel for custom research.

(5) iQiyi SVOD Report

The iQiyi SVOD Report takes you inside the SVOD licensing agreement between iQiyi and a US-based studio that extends through 2019. Along with Warner Bros., the Licensor in the report is one of the world’s largest production and distribution companies measured by library and revenue.

iQiyi is China’s largest video portal with 480 million monthly viewers. When this report was published the number of paying subscribers ranged from 5 to 20 million. The pay-SVOD service costs the equivalent of $4.50 per month. Baidu, known as Google of China, launched iQiyi in 2010 with US-based Providence Equity Partners.

iQiyi has around 9,000 films in its library through licensing agreements with Warner Bros., Lionsgate, Fox, Paramount, Universal, and several European and Asian distributors.

(6) Starz Pricing Guide

The Starz Pricing Guide includes values for 50 slate films available for premium television exhibition from 2014 to 2020 on the Starz pay television and SVOD service. Starz is now owned by Lionsgate.

Access licensing values for films available for premium television exhibition from 2014 to 2020. The 50 film slate must consist of a combination of:

  • “A” films released on more than 800 screens with at least $25 million in advertising;
  • “Art” films released by the studio’s independent label; and
  • “B” films with at least $250,000 in P&A or at least $4.5 million in negative costs

(7) Sony Classics Advance Report

Whether you’re packaging, producing, buying, or selling a film, the SPC Advance Report is the only resource available with minimum guarantee advances across an entire slate of films.

The SPC Advance Report includes advances for 175 films released by Sony Pictures Classics since 2004. The advances total $233M, and range from $12K to $12M in all major genres, and most languages.

In addition to minimum guarantee advances for 175 films, the workbook also includes box office data, release metrics, and performance ratios to help you in your research.