This is a clause within production-financing agreement which sets out the circumstances under which the financier may be permitted to stop production and further financing of a film. For example, this provision may state that if a particular piece of talent quits, or there are too many weather delays, the financier can call off the production and cease any further injection of funds into the film.
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