Publication Order Form
IFTA publications are made available to non-IFTA members for purchase.
The IFTA Legal Committee and the IFTA Legal Department draft the IFTA Model International Licensing Agreements ("MILA") and other materials and guides on licensing and rights management.
The MILA has long set the standard for licensing international rights in motion pictures and television programming. The model agreements were first published in 1986, and have since been updated in 1994, 2000, 2005, 2007 (with an Internet and Wireless Rider), and 2010 to keep pace with the evolving marketplace.
Brief descriptions of the current IFTA publications available for purchase are provided below.
To Purchase IFTA Publications:
Please return a completed order form via fax to 310-446-1600.
IFTA Model International Licensing Agreements (5th Edition)
IFTA's Model Agreements are the standard for licensing international rights in motion pictures and television programming. The Model Licensing Agreements include: Multiple Rights Distribution, Video Distribution, and Outright Distribution. The latest language is incorporated into the Agreements in response to licensing trends such as advancements in digital technology, and the Agreements include Deal Terms, Standard Terms and Definitions and a complete set of the international Financing Attachments. Also available on disc.
IFTA International Multiple Rights Deal Memos
IFTA International Multiple Rights Deal Memos are one-page short form agreements that mirror the provisions of the IFTA International Multiple Rights Distribution Agreements as well as incorporate the MILA's Standard Terms and Definitions. Deal Memos are backed by multiple colored carbon copies.
IFTA Sales Agency Guide and Model Agreements
IFTA Model Sales Agency Agreements are utilized to secure representation of a Picture by a Sales Agent and are NOT distribution agreements, nor do they grant or convey any ownership in and to the underlying Picture. Forms are included for the following sales agency representations: (1) Completed Picture -- No Advance; (2) Completed Picture -- With Advance; and (3) Picture to be Produced -- With Advance.
IFTA Arbitration Award Enforcement Booklet
The IFTA Arbitration Award Enforcement Booklet provides guidance on how to locally confirm IFTA Arbitration Awards. The Booklet covers the following countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada (Ontario & Quebec), China, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America (California & New York).