The Film & Music Company

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URL: http://www.thefmco.com/
Twitter:
Facebook:
Accepting Submissions:Yes
Submit Online:No
Submit By Mail:Yes
Submissions Reviewed:No
Types Accepted:
  • Vocals
  • Instrumentals
Charge For Submissions:No
Up Front Money:No
Royalty Free:
(non-broadcast use)
No
Exclusivity:
(Exclusive, Non, Semi)

(Semi = Free to place on own
but not with another library)
Semi-Exclusive
Re-Title: Yes
Set Own Price:No
Contract Length:In Perpetuity
Payment Schedule:Unknown
License Fee Split:
(writer/library)
50/50
PRO Split Based on 100%:
(writer/library
writer/library/publisher
or writer)
50/50
Requires Licensee To File Cue Sheet:Unknown
Pays On Blanket License:
YouTube Content ID:
Active Site:No
Offers Subscriptions To Clients:
Notes:

10 Replies to “The Film & Music Company”

  1. Wouldn’t it be “semi” exclusive since, according to their website, you’re restricted from shopping the same music to other libraries?

      1. No problem Art. It’s great that you keep up with all these posts so the site is as up to date as possible. Kudos for your efforts.

  2. Steve
    Do you know anything about their track record with placements?

    Are you going to ask them if they would consider adding a clause to the contract whereby you could remove tracks with a certain amount of notice, maybe after 1-2 years?

    Thanks

    1. anon,

      Sorry I haven’t seen or heard anything about their track record on placements or pay outs yet. I know of someone else that has asked about them on another forum but she received no reply about it.

  3. Here’s the deal with them.

    Submit Via Uploads – No
    Submit Via Mail – Yes
    Submissions Reviewed – No
    Charge for submissions – No
    Up Front Money – No
    Royalty Free – No
    Exclusivity – Non-exclusive
    Retitle – Yes
    Contract Length – Perpetuity
    PRO Split Based on 100 % – 50
    License Fee Split – 50
    Requires Licensee to File Cue Sheet – No

    1. P.S. I did not vote here on them. I was accepted in to their library and just got their contract. I most likely will not sign with them because of the Contract length and no option to have music removed from their library.

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