電影製片相關財經英文名詞解釋翻譯(15點)

FINANCING: 1.Discount: to discount, for example, a distribution agreement means the assignment to a lender of the benefit of a distribution agreement under which advances are payable on delivery of the film in return for a loan, which can be used to meet the costs of production of the film as they are incurred.... 顯示更多 FINANCING:
1.Discount: to discount, for example, a distribution agreement means the assignment to a lender of the benefit of a distribution agreement under which advances are payable on delivery of the film in return for a loan, which can be used to meet the costs of production of the film as they are incurred. The agreement is “discounted” because the sum made available by way of loan is less than the amount of the advance. The difference covers the lender’s fees and legal expenses and the interest calculated to be payable on the loan during the period under the contracted repayment date.

2.Discounted cashflow or DCF: an investment appraisal technique that takes account of the time value of money by assessing the present value of future income and expenditure. It is often used in valuing intellectual property or to show the viability of a project.

3.Grossing-up clause: a clause customarily found in loan documents which provides that, where withholding taxes are imposed on payments by the borrower to the lender, the borrower will pay an additional amount to the lender so that the lender receives what it would have received had there been no such taxes. The additional payment is referred to as a “gross-up payment” and the requirement to pay as a requirement to “gross up”.

4.Hedge: in a financing context, any technique to offset the impact of movements in interest rates or currency exchange rates. Typical examples of hedging instruments are swaps, options and forward rate agreements.

5.Increased costs clause: customarily found in loan documents, this clause provides that if there is a change in regulatory requirements after the loan agreement is signed that raises the cost to the bank of making or maintaining a loan (or reduces its effective return), the borrower will compensate the lender.

6.Interparty Agreement: the interparty agreement regulates the relationship between various financing parties to a film.

7.Letter of credit (LC)
更新: 8.Output deal: agreement between a film producer and distributor – or between a film producer and a television company – under which the distributor or television company obtains in advance the distribution or television rights to a number of films to be made or distributed over a period of time.
更新 2: 9.Pledge holder agreement: an agreement under which a processing laboratory agrees with the financiers of a film not to part with possession of the original negative and the principal film material without prior written consent of the financiers.

10.Pick-up: a film for which the distribution righ
更新 3: -ts are acquired after it has been made.
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