Box Office Bonus

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Box Office Bonus , also known as Box Office Kicker or Box Office Elevator , is a technical term used in film management and describes the financial participation of a creative filmmaker - such as a director or a screenwriter - in the success of a film at the box office, if a certain amount The number of spectators has been exceeded and participation has been contractually agreed in advance. Something similar is the gross participation , in which a profit sharing of the gross income of the lender is agreed.

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