Films and Trailers

Example film tariff usage

  • Feature film trailer
  • On TV or theatrical
  • Film budget > £3m
  • Worldwide usage

Film

  • Buyout rates clear the relevant unit for use within all media including but not limited to TV, online, theatrical, film festival and physical product release.
  • Per film rates allow uncapped usage per film.
  • If you only require online exploitation, please refer to our Online Production rates.
Use Territory Per 30s
Per track
Per Film
Feature film buyout <£250k Worldwide £100
£200
£2,000
Feature film buyout (excl. trailers)
Film budget between £250k and £3m
Worldwide £250 £535 £5,000
Feature film buyout >£3m Worldwide £700 £1,500 n/a

Trailers

  • Film trailers are licensed on a per production basis allowing uncapped usage per trailer.
  • Please contact the MCPS licensing team if you wish to discuss single track usage or campaign rates, on +44 (0)20 3741 3888.
  • Online use includes Video on Demand (VOD) & social media platforms e.g. Snapchat, YouTube.

Film budget over £3m

** All Media rates include Worldwide Online exploitation
Use UK & Eire (or single country) Worldwide excl. USA & Canada
Worldwide
All Media
**£5,500 **£7,500
£9,500
Online
n/a n/a
£2,200
Per Media (includes TV, Theatrical, DVD, Public Location & Radio)
£1,320 £1,720
£2,200

Film budget between £1.25m - £3m

** All Media rates include Worldwide Online exploitation
Use UK & Eire (or single country) Worldwide excl. USA & Canada
Worldwide
All Media **£2,500 **£3,500
£4,500
Online n/a
n/a
£1,375
Per Media (includes TV, Theatrical, DVD, Public Location & Radio)
£875
£1,125
£1,375

Film budget under £1.25m 

** All Media rates include Worldwide Online exploitation
Use UK & Eire (or single country) Worldwide excl. USA & Canada
Worldwide
All Media **£1,500 **£2,500
£3,500
Online n/a n/a
£1,000
Per Media (includes TV, Theatrical, DVD, Public Location & Radio) £400 £700 £1,000

Rate card notes

  • Only film trailers dubbed in the UK can be licensed through our rate card.
  • Tag ending changes. This means minor changes to the message at the end of a trailer e.g. change from ‘out Monday’ to ‘out tomorrow’.
  • Cut-downs. This means a shortened version of a trailer where no new content is added.
  • Buyout rates clear the relevant unit for use within all media including but not limited to TV, Online, theatrical, public location and physical product.