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Sharing Information

The contact information of all individuals and organisations is published on their profiles to let our users connect directly. One can email to communicate and further the discourse. Cinevesture is not held responsible for any conversation taking place between the two parties from the point of initial contact. 

At Cinevesture, we aim to connect the film and media fraternity across various countries to enable you to optimize your potential. Whether as a Creator or as an Investor, you have already prepared and uploaded your profiles. 

Pro tips for when you are establishing contact. Please keep in mind – 

  1. The time-zone, locations and the hours you are available to work in. 
  2. Please indicate your goals for the project. 
  3. Is the project a part of a larger vision? If so, please specify. 
  4. Who are your key team members and who will lead the project while securing business opportunities? 
  5. Who will lead the project from the Investor’s side? 
  6. Please seek clarity on specific roles, responsibilities and timelines. 
  7. How do you propose to deliver on each step of the project? 
  8. What resources would you need, both tangible and intangible?

Non-Disclosure Agreements

As a client, you have the option of requesting a freelancer to sign an external non-disclosure agreement (NDA). However, please note the NDA you provide is strictly between the freelancer and your company, and Cinevesture will not enforce it.

The Cinevesture Terms of Service contain default non-disclosure terms which many clients consider sufficient for this purpose. These include the following:

  1. The freelancer agrees to keep all information learned as part of the project confidential and vice versa.
  2. You grant a freelancer limited rights to use any materials you share to do the work defined in your contract, but you retain the IP rights. When the project ends, or on your request, the freelancer agrees to return or destroy your materials.
  3. Once paid in full, the freelancer retains no rights to use it—any IP the project has generated becomes your property. The exception is any background technology that’s specifically identified upfront.


Once the hiring has been finalised, to seal the deal it is always a good idea to document the same. You can do so by signing a contract. Please note that Cinevesture has no part to play in this.

Follow these quick steps to create your Direct Contract, get working, and get paid!

  1. Contact your legal advisor to provide you with a template.
  2. Enter the key details like their full name, address, identification no. along with job profile/description, salary, payment schedule and duration.
  3. Share the draft with your client for their review.
  4. Discuss the changes suggested with your client and incorporate only those changes that have been mutually agreed upon.
  5. Once the draft has been cleaned up, go through it again to make sure everything is in order.
  6. Sign the contract and both parties keep a copy each.


Fees are discussed and paid directly between the client and the freelancer.

Cinevesture does not become involved in this procedure and does not charge any fees for its assistance.

The hired person must issue an invoice per the agreed-upon payment schedule. Invoices must include the following information –

  • employer’s name,
  • employer’s address,
  • employer’s taxation ID,
  • your name and address,
  • your taxation ID,
  • your bank details,
  • your job title and fees.

Invoices are for record-keeping purposes only.

Please note that standard tax deductions (depending on the employer’s country) are made during pay-outs.