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What is a contingency in relation to a film budget?

Asked by Samuel, Last updated: Jan 22, 2020




1. A contingency is a sum of money set aside in case the film goes over budget.
2. A contingency is a deposit used to secure a location or similar reservations in pre-production.
3. A contingency is a budget breakdown s reference to salaries maintained by payroll.
4. A contingency is the amount of money spent on copyright material.
5. A contingency is not located in the film s budget.

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J.Spencer

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Answered Dec 10, 2018

1. A contingency is a sum of money set aside in case the film goes over budget. Contingency or contingency budgetis an...Read More
 

Anika Nicole

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Answered Oct 15, 2018

The correct answer to this question is 1. A contingency is a sum of money set aside in case the film goes over budget. A contingency budget is a money that is set aside to...Read More
 

John Smith

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Answered Sep 08, 2016

Here, the correct answer is 1. A contingency is a sum of money set aside in case the film goes over budget. A contingency is emergency money. If the film should run over budget, you can rel...Read More
 

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