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    Sticky: I believe those rules apply only to films being...

    I believe those rules apply only to films being written under a WGA contract, which is a completely separate thing from films *registered* with the WGA.
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    Sticky: Interesting. So if not cash, what can you sue...

    Interesting. So if not cash, what can you sue for? To block the film's release? Most shorts never see any kind of official release. I guess you could prevent it being shown at festivals and so...
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    Sticky: But according to the law firm I quoted above, you...

    But according to the law firm I quoted above, you cannot bring a law suit against this other party until your script has been registered with the copyright office. And if you register with the...
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    Sticky: Yeah, for a feature I'd DEFINITELY do both. ...

    Yeah, for a feature I'd DEFINITELY do both. That's too much hard work to risk.

    But is the money you spend registering your short with the WGA really going to get you anything? What happens if,...
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    Sticky: I mention this in the spirit of open discussion...

    I mention this in the spirit of open discussion rather than just to be contrary...

    I suspect that WGA registration is largely a waste of money. I did some snooping around and found some stuff to...
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