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May 11, 2005 at 11:07 PM #38868AnonymousInactive
hi i want to film in my mall and or $-mart and i was wondering if any one had any forms that the store could sign that made it all leagle and what not. if you have the papers please send them to my e-mail
thanks alot ivan
May 16, 2005 at 9:25 AM #168779AnonymousGuest
Though many people shot “guerrilla” in places like these, to shoot properly you should get permission from the store/mall. They usually won’t give you permission unless you have liability insurance, usually for $1,000,000. Many students have this automatically through their schools (check with your administration). Otherwise you would need to go through an insurer who does film insurance. A real big headache.
You can google “film forms” to find what you are looking for. Here is a good site:
You can use their forms as a base to make your own.
May 21, 2005 at 10:45 PM #168780AnonymousInactive
I had to get liability insurance to shoot in Yosemite. I recommend R.V. Nuccio and Associates (1-800-567-2685). I wasn’t really impressed with their Customer Service, but they were the cheapest I could find (not typically how I shop, but all I wanted was the piece of paper that would allow me to shoot.
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