We are committed to providing you exceptional service and support. There is no formal application to submit. After contacting us, our expert and experienced staff will help to guide you through the following steps.

  1.   Submit
  2.  Consider
  3.  Document
  4.  Track
  5.  Deliver
  6. Process


To begin, we will need to know some general information about you and your project. Please call us directly or, if you prefer, send us the Picture Information by email.

Next, unless we already know of your financing sources, we will ask you to furnish proof of your funding commitments. Proof of funds (POF) typically takes the form of a short summary describing each financier and investor that has committed to advance production funds, the amount of and, if applicable, any pre-conditions (e.g., script or cast approval, completing pre-sales) to their funding commitments, together with a fully-signed copy of a term-sheet, commitment letter or funding agreement. We do not require all production funds to be on deposit. We simply want proof that you have secured the funding commitments needed to fully cover all budgeted costs of production.
After POF is accepted, we will ask you to submit your key production elements (i.e., screenplay or teleplay(s), budget, shooting schedule and post-production calendar) to our Production Department, and all relevant financing, production and distribution contracts to our Business Affairs Department. Whenever possible, we will assign the same executives to manage your account to promote trust, communication, cooperation and expediency.


Our Production staff will review your key production elements and any additional Production Information they may request. They are not judging your production’s artistic value or whether they believe it will meet with critical or commercial success. They just want to assess whether the resources (personnel, time and money) that will be made available to you will be adequate for you to produce, complete and deliver your production. The Production Department’s evaluation usually takes about one week to complete. Next, our Production staff will arrange to meet with your production team members (which may include the individual Producer(s), Director, Line Producer, UPM, Production Accountant and department heads) to solicit their ideas and opinions on the budget and schedule including any unusual or challenging conditions. We will exchange recommendations for any warranted adjustments if we believe the level of the crew’s experience and skill, the duration of the shooting or post-production schedule or the budgeted costs of production are insufficient. We know unforeseeable events may befall even the best managed productions. However, during this stage, our mission is to make sure that the production team will have sufficient resources and is thoroughly prepared to manage any anticipated challenges before cameras begin to roll.

At the same time as our Production staff is evaluating your production elements, our in-house Business Affairs staff will evaluate your legal rights and obligations under the relevant financing, production and distribution contracts. This usually takes about one week to complete.

If we are confident that your production team has the experience, expertise and skill, and you have secured the contractual rights and financing needed to produce, complete and deliver the production within the available resources, then we will “underwrite” your project. This is an internal process during which we approve your submission and undertake to issue the completion bond for your production subject to legal documentation.


Once we underwrite your production, our in-house Business Affairs staff will ask you to furnish Legal Information and will start to prepare and negotiate the Completion GuarantyCompletion Agreement and other related legal documents including the Director’s UndertakingCompletion Guarantor’s Power of AttorneyProducer’s Power of Attorney and Copyright Mortgage and Assignment. You will also need to furnish (or have your insurance broker-agent furnish) proof that you have obtained the Basic Insurance Coverages.

The legal counsel representing each financier or investor in your production will prepare their respective Funding Agreements and collateral assignments or charges. Typically the legal counsel representing your principal financier will prepare Interparty Agreements, Intercreditor Agreements, Notices of Assignment, Letters of Credit, Laboratory Control Agreements and Deposit Account Control Agreements, as may be applicable. Whenever practical, we will use pre-negotiated contracts to help streamline and expedite the legal documentation process.


Once the legal documents are fully signed, we will monitor the progress of production from the start of principal photography through post-production and delivery by checking call sheets, wrap reports, production reports and cost reports.

We recognize every production is different and some require greater service and support than others.We will adjust the level of our involvement as it is needed or requested. Our staff has encountered a wide variety of production difficulties. They are able to recognize the routine rigors of production without overreacting or feeling the need to intervene. If complications should arise,we approach each challenge with level heads and practical, collaborative solutions.


We have expertise and experience in fulfilling film, television and new media delivery and distribution requirements. Upon completion of post-production, we will work together with your internal or external post-production supervisor to ensure all bonded delivery materials are properly manufactured and presented to principal distributors.

If necessary, we will assist you in correcting and resubmitting any missing or defective items. In most cases, we and your distributors will agree to resolve any delivery disputes by binding, expedited arbitration.


Our completion bonds are currently being issued directly by Atlantic Specialty Insurance Company (ASIC), which is an admitted carrier and one of OneBeacon’s highly-rated and financially strong underwriting companies. ASIC takes full responsibility for adjusting claims and paying 100% of any completion bond losses. Accordingly, your financiers and investors, (1) should only need to confirm ASIC’s excellent financial strength rating and avoid the need to pore over the financial strength ratings of numerous insurance and reinsurance companies, and (2) will not have to separately resolve and enforce claims through multiple actions, in various jurisdictions against multiple reinsurers, which is often a prerequisite to any loss recoveries when dealing with other bond companies. Furthermore, OneBeacon has a dedicated claims department with the expertise and experience to investigate and resolve any claim that may arise under our completion bonds. They will provide the forms, instructions, and assistance needed to process any claim. The UniFi team will provide its collective expertise, knowledge, and experience to help to ensure every claim is properly adjusted and quickly paid. UniFi’s re/insurance structure is designed to give you and your financiers and investors extreme legal and financial protection and security.


  1. – 提交
  2. – 审核与评估
  3. – 法律文件
  4. – 制作追踪
  5. – 影片交付
  6. – 担保过程

1. 提交申请




2. 审核与评估:






3. 法律文件:


一旦我们承保您的拍摄,我们的内部业务人员将要求您提供法律信息,并将开始准备和具体协谈完片担保,完片协议和其他相关法律文件,包括董事的承诺完成担保人的授权书,制片人的版授权书版权抵押和转让。您(或让您的保险经纪人 – 代理人)还需要提供证明您已获得基本保险承保范围



4. 制作追踪:




5. 影片交付:




6. 担保过程:

我们的完片担保目前由Atlantic Specialty Insurance Company(ASIC)直接发行,该公司是一家公认的承运人,也是OneBeacon的高评级和财务实力雄厚的承销公司之一。 ASIC全权负责调整索赔并支付100%的完片担保损失。因此,您的融资方和投资者:



此外,OneBeacon拥有专门的理赔部门,拥有专业知识和经验,可以调查和解决我们的完片担保可能产生的任何索赔。他们将提供处理任何索赔所需的表格、说明和帮助。 UniFi团队将提供其集体专业知识和经验以帮助确保每项索赔得到适当调整和快速支付。 UniFi的再保险/保险结构旨在为您和您的融资方、投资者提供最好的法律保障和财务保护


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