Screen Australia's Terms of Trade provide guidance on how the agency will transact its business. They supplement the guidelines applying to particular programs and are reflected in Screen Australia’s contracts. Contracting The terms and conditions under which Screen Australia provides funding are set out in a formal agreement, comprising a set of Schedules and a set of standard Core Conditions. Paperwork Some templates and model documents you may find useful at different stages if you are applying for Screen Australia funding. NFSA deliverables Producers contract directly with the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) to establish obligations to deliver curatorial materials and (in the case of National Documentary Program projects) assign rights to the NFSA. The agreement is a short form Deed, which will need to be executed prior to release of Screen Australia's first drawdown of its investment. Recoupment reversion Screen Australia reverts its recoupment entitlement in favour of the producer in accordance with the Terms of Trade applicable to production investments approved after 1 January 2009. In this section, you can read about the guidelines for recoupment reversion for titles approved by Screen Australia and its predecessor agencies before that date.