Properly insuring your film with production insurance

Regardless of where a film your being shot, a studio in Hollywood, or a quaint, small town in Georgia, you’ll want to speak to an agent with a special understanding of the types of coverage required by film producers. Filmmaking is an enterprise that certainly has a unique set of risks. Things that can go wrong while a film is in production are many – ranging from the simple to the bizarre. In addition to the basics like property damage, other unfortunate events could include:

  • An accusation that you’ve plagiarized the script.
  • A leading actor being injured or otherwise unable to complete the project.
  • The property of a citizen being damaged due to an accident while filming.

Having film production insurance is a sign of a true entertainment professional. You know the risks you face by trying to take your vision to the silver screen. Before you tell your star to break a leg, make sure you are actually covered for such an accident.

If you’re producing a film, shooting a commercial or putting on a concert or special event, the Barrow Group can help. Complete the application form at and we’ll be in touch ASAP to protect you from the risks that could threaten your success.

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