The Project Registration form is where you add relevant project details.
Most fields on the form will already be familiar to you. This article explains what is required for those which are either ambiguous or specific to The Everyone Project.
Assign a short title which is commonly used by the cast and crew to refer to the project or is easily recognisable to them. If this field is left blank, the Title will be used and truncated to 22 characters.
Short title is used in communications with subscribers to help them identify emails as genuine and to which production they refer. Emails will be from “[Short title] and The Everyone Project”.
Assign an ambassador. This should be the most influential person working on the production who supports this initiative or a senior leader in your company.
It is used in communications with subscribers to help them identify emails as genuine and to encourage participation. This name will be used in the subject heading and as co-signatory of the email.
A project’s nationality is the country from which it is predominantly produced or managed. A production should be identified as Australian if eligible to be considered an Australian production under relevant government regulations, such as the Producer Offset or a formal co-production treaty.
If your project has multiple delivery dates, use the main date agreed for delivery of the recorded materials to your primary release platform partner e.g. if your primary release is on Australian Free TV use the date agreed with that broadcaster. If your primary release is Australian cinemas use the date agreed with your theatrical distributor. You can add individual episodes dates on the Manage Episodes form.
Single or Series
If a project is a series, additional options will appear on the form. In particular, note the MANAGE EPISODES button at the bottom right. This displays an additional form where details of each episode can be provided.
Don't forget to SAVE PROJECT DETAILS