Did you know that Screenrights is just one of a worldwide network of collecting societies that may be holding money for the use of your films, TV shows, documentaries and other screen projects?
Screenrights International Can Help
Knowing what to register, when and where can be complex and time consuming.
We can collect secondary royalties for rightsholders in the film from around the world efficiently and cost-effectively. Sources of these secondary royalties include retransmission, private copying, public lending, public performance, educational copying and other uses.
Registering for Screenrights International is free and simple, with no fixed term contract. We only charge a competitive fee of 11% at the point of payment.
You only need to register your program once to collect available royalties for any or all of these uses. If you are already a Member of Screenrights and MyScreenrights user, you can do it all online. If you are not yet a member, get in touch with Gaëlle Clark now.
Here’s a quick summary of the benefits of joining:
Trusted Relationship with our network of collecting societies
Register once, with us, and we’ll take care of the rest
Responsive, transparent client service
Flexibility, no fixed term contract
$0 upfront, with a competitive rate of 11% charged only at the point of payment
Online claim management, royalty payment reports and 24/7 access to registrations via MyScreenrights
What Our Clients Say
As one of Australia’s leading producers of children’s and family content selling to over 120 countries worldwide, ‘MyScreenrights’ allows us easy access to vital information on royalties due from the airing of our shows internationally. Screenrights database system is simple, clear and easy to access enabling SLR to know at any time the royalty status of our productions throughout the world.
The Saul Zaentz Company is most appreciative of the excellent services performed by Screenrights.
We selected Screenrights to represent our international royalty interests for their efficiency and transparency. Royalty collections have become increasingly valuable for rights holders and Screenrights has been an important part of the move to bring clarity to a previously indecipherable sector.
Screenrights already collects returns from most societies in Europe, Canada and the United States.
These societies hold royalties for the Retransmission, Private Copying, Other Copying (Educational), Public Lending and Public Performance of programs.
Get in Touch
Manager, International Service
Gaëlle Clark has been in a client-facing role at Screenrights since 2012 and in her current role oversees Screenrights’ international royalty collections.