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Actor Dictionary | Deferment

What you should know

A deferment is a fixed payment that is made to talent and is usually drawn from gross receipts after a film breaks even. This amount is not included in the budget. Therefore, some producers might use this as a strategy to reduce their budget in order to secure financing for your film. For example, if you were to pay an actor 5 million dollars up front, this would add a 5 million dollar expense to your budget. But if the you were to pay the actor with a deferment, you will reduce your budget by 5 million dollars. However, because your talent isnt being paid upfront and is reliant on the success of the film he/she will want to receive a larger payment. Also, by reducing your budget, you will reduce the amount your film can be sold for based on the budget/sales corollary. So there are obvious pros and cons to paying your talent via deferment. You as a producer must decide what is best for your film.