UK movie software hits Hollywood, first stop ICM
US talent and literary agency ICM became the first licensed user on Monday of a new financial software application designed to facilitate contract negotiations. The application is called movie dealflow and was designed by clearcounsel, a digital solutions subsidiary set up and wholly owned by UK entertainment law firm Olswang. The software, which costs $25,000 for an annual licence based on a minimum take-up of five users, incorporates financial data from 7,000 films and enables industry ...
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