Flash Film Academy’s Premium Template for Videographers Requiring a Cease and Desist Order.
This letter request that a person or company STOP using your video content immediately.
So, you’ve filmed a ground-breaking documentary, an advert or commercial, or a trilogy of films that will revolutionize the ways people see modern cinema. From the first to the last frame, the rights to your work should always leave you in the director’s chair. Protect your video content Flash Film Academy’s Premium Template for Writers/Authors/Scriptwriters Requiring a Cease and Desist Order.
Our all-inclusive template helps you secure the rights to your work; navigating the sometimes-tricky minefield of legal protections, to ensure you don’t get plagiarized. It has been especially designed to prevent unwanted individuals the rights or claims to your masterpiece.
The accompanying how-to video shows you what to do, step by step. Our templates have been backed by professional advisors and by those experienced within the profession. Using our templates give you complete control over your key material and can be adapted as needed to suit your work. We have a number of premium templates available for other creators, including videographers, photographers, musicians and more. Contact us today for further information to discuss the importance of copyright, trademarks, and patents for your creative project.
- Create a cease and desist document within minutes with our premium template, yours to keep forever after purchase.
- Easy to follow video highlighting each detail step by step.
- Completely editable professional template with every detail required.
- High-quality template is available via digital download.
- Provided with the backing and experience of fellow videographers, cinematographers, directors, and moviemakers in the industry.
Ty Turner, the founder of FlashFilm Academy and US Army veteran, has experience as a combat photographer and videographer. Creating content under the harshest conditions at the highest level of the government. After his military career, he transitioning to corporate America holding positions with companies like TGI Fridays, Texas Instruments, and DELL. Where he was not only tasked to create content but was brought in to be the architect behind their internal multimedia departments designed to support marketing, social media, and learning and development content. He later went on to launch his own production company FlashFilm Media, that quickly became one of the most trusted production companies in the region. Working with companies like Raising Canes, Verizon, Toyota, PGA, KIA, Dr. Pepper, Walmart, Google, Samsung, and more! On the path to growing his company, he notices that there was no blueprint or resources to building a content creations company. So he founded FlashFilm Academy, an online training platform designed to help other content creators grow their business.