Update: The judging process is now underway. While Royksopp are making their official selection, Genero will also be selecting the best videos to be premiered and promoted on YouTube as part of 'Genero Presents'.
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Genero are once again very excited to be working with one of our favourite artists, Norwegian electronic music duo Royksopp, giving you the chance to make the official music video for 'Running To The Sea' from their new album 'The Inevitable End'.
The selected video will be chosen by Royksopp, with the director receiving $10,000 and their video used as the official music video for Running To The Sea.
Deadline for submissions is June 8, 2015, 23:59 GMT time.
Royksopp is the first artist to be launched under our new program, 'Genero Presents'. We'll be investing heavily in Genero Presents to bring you fantastic opportunities to work with great music artists, as well as original content, film, fashion and other exciting projects.
As well as the official selection, Genero and Royksopp will select the best 'Running To The Sea' videos and these will be premiered on YouTube and promoted to build an audience for your videos and to showcase the best Genero filmmakers to the world.
Learn more about 'Genero Presents: Royksopp'.
Since they first burst onto the scene with the release of their classic debut album ‘Melody A.M’ back in 2001, Norwegian electronic music overlords Röyksopp have only released three further studio albums. First came 2005's more experimental ‘The Understanding’, then 2009's extrovert, pop-lead ‘Junior’ followed swiftly by its more introvert sister album, ‘Senior’. That was back in 2010. Four years later, however, and following a burst of creativity instigated by personal upheaval and the general living of lives they're about to release their second album in the space of six months – following ‘Do It Again’, their collaborative mini-album with fellow Scandinavian legend, Robyn – in the shape of the multi-faceted, ‘The Inevitable End’. “We feel there's a lot of music out there that just doesn't have any identity - something that we really strive for in our music,” says Torbjørn of the time it takes between releases. “We don't feel like we're in any hurry; we intend to make music we cannot find elsewhere - which is both ambitious and time consuming” agrees Svein. “And we also want our music to have longevity, therefore we always seek to produce and engineer it in a way that steers clear of generic production trends.”.
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Since they first burst onto the scene with the release of their classic debut album ‘Melody A.M’ back in 2001, Norwegian electronic music overlords Röyksopp have only released three further studio albums. First came 2005's more experimental ‘The Understanding’, then 2009's extrovert, pop-lead ‘Junior’ followed swiftly by its more introvert sister album, ‘Senior’. That was back in 2010. Four years later, however, and following a burst of creativity instigated by personal upheaval and the general living of lives they're about to release their second album in the space of six months – following ‘Do It Again’, their collaborative mini-album with fellow Scandinavian legend, Robyn – in the shape of the multi-faceted, ‘The Inevitable End’. “We feel there's a lot of music out there that just doesn't have any identity - something that we really strive for in our music,” says Torbjørn of the time it takes between releases. “We don't feel like we're in any hurry; we intend to make music we cannot find elsewhere - which is both ambitious and time consuming” agrees Svein. “And we also want our music to have longevity, therefore we always seek to produce and engineer it in a way that steers clear of generic production trends.”
As with most things Röyksopp do there is a multi-faceted reason behind the album's title, ‘The Inevitable End’. While they're keen to point out that it doesn't mark the end of Röyksopp, they do see it as their final album. “We feel like this is a goodbye to the traditional album format,” explains Svein. “In our consecutive run of albums, we have been able to say what we want to say and do what we want to do with the LP. We're not going to stop making music, but the album format as such, this is the last thing from us.” Having now created five complete bodies of work, the pair feel like the future is open to being more experimental with how they share their music, be it with EPs, one-off singles or something more visually focused. “With ‘Melody AM’ we felt like we established our own voice and take on electronic music. Then, with ‘The Understanding’, we wanted to move slightly off-centre and experiment more - without losing what is uniquely identified as Röyksopp. With ‘Junior’ we wanted to be a bit more extrovert, focusing on vocals and youthful energy. With ‘Senior’, we wanted to flip it around completely; instrumental, introvert and hidden,” continues Svein. “With ‘The Inevitable End’ we've moved into a darker subject matter, with emphasis on the lyrical content. This candid approach feels very both personal, sincere and conclusive.” “With this album it became clear we wanted to make an album in a classical sense even if it's the last one we make,” adds Torbjørn. With a story running from the opening, fuzzy electronics of ‘Skulls’ – with its teasing “if you want to ride” mantra – to the closing, fan-dedicated ‘Thank You’, this is an album to be enjoyed from start to finish; a complete story that takes you from A to Z.
The title also relates to the album's core themes of loss (be it emotional or physical), the passing of different eras in people's lives and the effects of conflicting emotions, themes that are showcased exquisitely in ‘Monument (T.I.E. Version)’, the epic collaboration with Robyn that acts as bridge between ‘Do It Again’ and The Inevitable End’. Re-worked for this album, its power is even more magnetic. “I think it's fair to say that the two records are dwelling on the same themes. This album has a strong lyrical content and I think that's more evident than on any of our other albums - I guess writing songs and working closely with Robyn has had an effect,” says Svein. “Without being too gloomy or dark, there's been turmoil in our lives. And prior to making ‘Do It Again’, Robyn was in a similar space, which is one of the reasons why we're so compatible.” With the two records being worked on simultaneously, ‘The Inevitable End’ may share a similar headspace to ‘Do It Again’, but this is very much a quintessentially Röyksopp album, even if that definition is itself brilliantly malleable. “We're always looking to push certain boundaries, but there's something there that's been there all the time and that binds it altogether,” explains Torbjørn. “We're not keen on repeating ourselves.”
So while the opening track ‘Skulls’ feels like a classic Röyksopp song – all squelchy bass lines, filtered synths and vocodered, yet soulful vocals – the album also takes in sophisticated, delicate heartbreak on the Man Without Country collaboration ‘Sordid Affair’; odd, shape-shifting ambience on the Robyn-featuring ‘Rong’; bouncing electro pop on the deceptively upbeat ‘Save Me’ (featuring regular contributor Susanne Sundfør on vocal duties) and the deliriously sad, cry-on-the-dancefloor classic, ‘I Had This Thing’, one of four collaborations with Jamie Irrepressible. In fact, as with all their albums, the importance of picking the right vocalist for each song was paramount. “We always want to find the right voice matching the specific sentiment of a track,” states Svein. “And the people we've been fortunate enough to work with, are people who not only possess brilliant vocal abilities individually - they also in their own unique way, bring their own universe with them,” he continues. “We are inviting them to collide their universe into ours. It's not about having a voice for hire. We want the people we work with to feel like they can involve themselves to the fullest - it's about finding the perfect voice for our state of mind,” adds Torbjørn.
At the core of the album is this universal sense of conflicting emotions and choice; in pursuit of fulfillment, how far can you go? Should one heed one's conscience or succumb to one's desires - albeit the moral ramifications? And then there's doubt and denial. And the battle between reason and desire, that's summed up perfectly on ‘I Had This Thing’ as Jamie softly flits between the lines “I still don't know just what I've done” and the emotional final mantra of “I never meant to let you go” while a cavalcade of electronic textures descends around him. But while the lyrics deal with darker themes, this isn't a musically introspective album. This is a cohesive, fully realised electronic symphony from a pair of production geniuses constantly looking to innovate. “’Senior’, for example, is very introspective; both secret and raw production-wise. ‘The Inevitable End’, on the other hand, has a very clean and crisp production in comparison,” explains Svein. “We wanted this pristine surface to act as a contrast to the grittier subject matter that lies beneath. At first listen, one might get the impression that T.I.E is a place of solace and bliss. But if you pay attention to the lyrics, you'll tap into the somber undercurrent running through it all - as if the music is bleeding. This is not a dance album at all. This is home listening as far as we're concerned. It's headphones music.” All you need do is pop them on, sit back and let Röyksopp take you into their own special world again.
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11. Submitting, publishing and removing Content
11.1. You must not add/remove any Content to/from the Genero Services:
(a) unless you hold all necessary rights, licences and consents to do so;
(b) that would cause you or Genero to breach any law, regulation, rule, code or other legal obligation;
(c) that would be in breach of these Terms or any Additional Terms; and
(i) infringes the intellectual property or other rights of any third party;
(ii) brings or could bring Genero or any Client into disrepute;
(iii) is or could reasonably be considered to be deceptive, misleading, false, fraudulent, obscene, defamatory, disparaging, indecent, seditious, offensive, scandalous, sexually explicit, threatening, abusive, harassing, hateful, degrading, intimidating, graphically violent, liable to incite racial hatred, discriminatory, blasphemous or otherwise inappropriate;
(iv) unlawfully impersonates any person (including by way of celebrity look-a-likes or sound-a-likes), or states or misrepresents any affiliation with any person where such affiliation does not exist;
(v) depicts, encourages, promotes or induces conduct that could violate any law or give rise to criminal or civil liability;
(vi) advertises or promotes alcohol, tobacco, firearms, gambling or feminine hygiene products (unless the Genero Services instruct you to);
(vii) endorses any religious or political cause or candidate;
(viii) contains any personally identifying or other personal information about you or any other person;
(ix) is in breach of confidence or in breach of privacy, or contains any confidential information, material, or non-public information about any individual, person, or company;
(x) contains gang signs or symbols;
(xi) contains any stock or public domain footage, without the prior written consent of Genero; or
(xii) contains any information or instruction that might be injurious to any person’s physical well being.
11.2. User shall have sole and complete responsibility for any Content that it submits for publication on the Website including any and all liability that may result from such Content.
11.3. Genero may remove any Content, in whole or in part, if Genero suspects that such Content infringes or may infringe any person’s intellectual property rights or any other rights, including personal rights. In addition Genero reserves the right to remove any Content upon receiving notice that such Content is or may be infringing the notifying person’s intellectual property and/or personal rights.
11.4. Genero reserves editorial control over the Genero Services and may (but is not obligated to) monitor, moderate, alter or amend any part of the Genero Services at any time in its sole discretion without prior notice or liability to you. Notwithstanding Genero’s editorial control, Genero contains content originally published by parties other than Genero. You acknowledge that Genero is not liable for any loss or damage, howsoever caused, resulting from any action taken or reliance made by you on any information or material on the Genero Services which was, in whole or part, originally created or published by a third party.
11.5. Nothing in these Terms obliges Genero to:
(a) publish or communicate Content;
(b) publish or communicate Content for any particular amount of time;
(c) remove Content at any time; or
(d) use Content in any commercial or official capacity.
11.6. Genero may or may not publish Content at its absolute discretion. Reasons for Genero not publishing your Content include:
(a) the Content being of insufficient technical, creative or production quality; and/or
(b) because you have breached or not met your obligations under these Terms, the Additional Terms, or any other terms, policies or guidelines as published on the Website, or otherwise made available, from time to time.
11.7. You acknowledge, warrant and represent that:
(a) ideas, concepts and Content submitted or created by other Users may be competitive with, and/or similar or identical in part or whole to your Content. You acknowledge and agree that you will not be entitled to any payment, fee, or other consideration as a result of any use of any such similar or identical material, and hereby release Genero and the Client from any and all claims relating thereto;
(b) you are the creator and exclusive copyright owner of the Content and entitled to submit the Content on your own behalf and on behalf of each other owner of the Content;
(c) you are solely responsible for the Content that you submit and the consequences of posting or publishing such Content on the Website including any copyright infringement;
(d) you shall use the appropriate Genero Release Forms, as provided by Genero and without alteration, save as to including contracting parties details, to satisfy its obligations under these Terms;
(e) as at the date of submission of the Content, you have obtained and uploaded to the Genero Services any and all fully executed Release Forms, licences, rights and consents necessary (each of which are world-wide, royalty free, irrevocable, perpetual, and transferable/assignable/licensable, in all media now known or hereafter devised) in order to grant the rights provided herein, including releases relating to performances, compositions and sound recordings, locations, models, intellectual property, with the Filmmaker bearing sole responsibility for the form and adequacy/accuracy of such Releases (including assignments, permissions etc) and identification collected. For the avoidance of doubt, unless provided as an Asset via the Genero Services, you must have legally licenced any third party material (including songs) for use in your Content, which must be cleared for commercial use without any fees, limitations or restrictions whatsoever;
(f) you shall immediately provide, upon reasonable request by Genero or the Client, copies of any and all Release Forms, authorities, permissions, transfers, assignments, waivers, licences, proof of ownership, or other documents required under these Terms. For the avoidance of doubt, Filmmaker is not required to provide a Release Form for the Assets appearing on the Website for the Video Project;
(g) you are entitled to grant Genero each of the rights relating to the licence, use and treatment of the Content submitted by you, and Genero’s use of those rights will not violate the rights of any person (including copyrights, trademark and trade dress rights, database rights, trade secrets, moral rights, intellectual property rights, publicity rights, industrial rights, and any other proprietary rights arising under the laws of any jurisdiction), and if requested you shall provide to Genero a written confirmation of such rights;
(h) you are entitled to be the sole recipient of any Payment due hereunder or of any other payment flowing from the Genero Services, and neither Genero nor the Client shall have additional liability to Filmmaker or any person relating to the Payment or other award, if any, after remittance of same to Filmmaker;
(i) your Content and the contribution of any third party (including any Contributor) or third party materials is not subject to the requirements or obligations of any union, guild, collecting society, or similar association (“Union”) or if it is subject to any Union you warrant and agree to fully comply with such Union’s rules and policies and you indemnify and hold Genero and Client harmless for any Union related claims whatsoever and howsoever caused;
(j) your Content may be subject to criticism and/or review by the public and as such may receive positive or negative comments and reactions. Genero is not responsible for any such review or comment or any consequences relating thereto;
(k) any part or whole of your Content is factually accurate to the extent that it purports to represent facts;
(l) Filmmaker shall, if reasonably required by Genero or the Client, participate in press photography/filming, media interviews, as well as general promotional and publicity activity of Genero and/or its Client;
(m) you shall immediately provide, upon reasonable request by Genero or the Client, your government identification and proof of age; and
(n) Filmmaker is responsible for any and all Applicable Taxes, third party costs, charges and expenses in relation to the Filmmaker’s participation in the Genero Services (including receipt of any payment) and obligations under these Terms.
11.8. You acknowledge that Genero is not responsible for lost, damaged, misdirected, unusable or unreadable Content or Submissions, or technical issues with the Website.
12. Terms relating to Video Projects and Video Briefs
12.1. Genero may, in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever, edit, postpone, or cancel a Video Project and/or Video Brief without any liability to you; including not making a Client Selection (including where no Videos were of sufficient quality), and not publishing or judging Videos.
12.2. The Closing Time and Date for each Video Project and Video Brief shall be listed on the relevant Client Page on the Website. Genero reserves the right to alter any Closing Time and Date in its absolute discretion. All dates/times are Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) unless stated otherwise. It is your responsibility to convert the time and date to your local time zone. Your Submission will not be accepted if it is not submitted by the Closing Time and Date. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Genero reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to accept or refuse to accept late Submissions, e.g. where the Filmmaker has had technical problems and not been able to submit by the deadline.
12.3. You shall supply a high resolution file of your Submission on physical media via mail, or uploaded electronically (at our discretion) within three (3) days of being notified that your Submission is a Client Selection, in accordance with our broadcast specification guidelines and any further Client requirements. Failure to do so may result in your Submission being no longer deemed eligible for Client Selection and no Payment being made. For broadcast specification guidelines, please refer to this URL as well as the Client’s individual requirements on each Client Page - http://genero.tv/faq-broadcast-specs/.
12.4. In relation to Video Briefs, following the Client Selection, Genero strongly recommends that the Filmmaker and Client agree to all details pertaining to the ongoing production of a Video Brief by way of a formal contract for the Commissioned Video (including location, timing, number of edits, talent, insurance, video specifications and all other deliverables) before proceeding. For the avoidance of doubt, Genero will not be a party to such agreement.
12.5. Both the Filmmaker and Client agree to work together in good faith to complete the Commissioned Video.
12.6. Whilst Genero will endeavour to help where it can, Genero does not and will not mitigate or arbitrate in the case of any dispute between any Filmmaker and Client.
12.7. The Filmmaker hereby acknowledges, warrants and represents that:
(a) by submitting a Treatment you will complete and deliver the Commissioned Video in accordance with the Treatment and Client’s requirements, specifications and to the Client’s satisfaction;
(b) the Filmmaker, Performers and Contributors (including director, producer and team members) named in the Treatment or any communication that forms part of your response, are the persons that shall be used, unless otherwise agreed with Client; and
(c) Release Form requirements as per these Terms and any other release form requirements of the Client will be met prior to or upon delivery of the Commissioned Video.
12.8. The Client hereby acknowledges, warrants and represents that:
(a) it has the ability and funds to pay the Payment, Genero Fee and Applicable Taxes to Genero when creating a Video Brief and Video Project;
(b) it will have no right, title, licence or interest in any Content other than a Client Selection where Payment has been made;
(c) it is responsible for requesting and obtaining properly completed Release Forms from the Filmmaker or from the Filmmaker via Genero and to satisfy itself with its contents (including its completeness and adequacy);
(d) it will not decide or announce a Client Selection until the Closing Time and Date published on the Client Page has passed;
(e) reference checks, and any due diligence pertaining to the Filmmaker have been undertaken by the Client prior to Client Selection;
(f) the Client Page will not be substantially modified after the date of launch;
(g) the Video Brief describes the video requirements as accurately as possible and in enough detail so the Filmmaker can determine if the Payment will be sufficient;
(h) the Video Brief will not be substantially modified, once agreement with the Filmmaker has been reached, unless the Filmmaker agrees to such modifications; and
(i) all Submissions and other communication and responses, including emails in relation to a Video Project or Video Brief are confidential, and may only be shared within the Client’s team.
12.9. Genero and the Client have the right to:
(a) select any Filmmaker and their Video and/or Treatment as a Client Selection;
(b) reverse a Client Selection and/or remove a Submission if the Filmmaker has not complied with these Terms;
(c) reverse a Client Selection and/or remove a Submission if such Submission collects views, comments, votes or any other activity using automated tools or disposable email addresses, or any similar method;
(d) supplement a Client Selection with any other Submission if a Submission is no longer deemed eligible for Client Selection; and
(e) have early access to purchase additional Submission(s), only if and after all Client Selections have been determined but before such Submissions are available on the Video Store, for a Payment specified on the Client Page plus the Genero Fee and any Applicable Taxes (“Additional Video”). Upon Payment, each Additional Video will be deemed a Client Selection.
12.10. Genero will attempt to make contact with Filmmakers of a Client Selection via email using the details provided in the Filmmaker’s Account. The Filmmaker must respond to Genero’s contact attempts within 48 hours of notification. Genero accepts no responsibility for being unable to reach the Filmmaker if these attempts are unsuccessful, and reserves the right to withdraw or disqualify such Submission. Filmmakers are strongly encouraged to supply secondary contact details/methods to ensure Genero is able to make contact within 48 hours.
13. Terms relating to the Genero Video Store
13.1. In the event that a Filmmaker’s Submission is not a Client Selection, such Submission will automatically be made available in the Video Store after the Client Selection has been announced.
13.2. The User hereby acknowledges, warrants and represents that:
(a) the User will not complete, or attempt to complete any commercial transaction between Users outside of the Video Store, including the offer or supply of Video from the Video Store or any other User creative content, current or historical, made through the Genero Services; and
(b) access to the Video Store is intended solely for viewing and/or purchasing Videos from the Video Store in accordance with these Terms, and that any and all Videos from the Video Store or other information stored in or published on the Video Store and may not be downloaded (unless explicitly allowed for under these Terms), copied, reproduced, distributed, transmitted, broadcast, displayed, sold, licenced, or otherwise exploited for any other purposes whatsoever without the prior written consent of Genero.
13.3. The Filmmaker shall make Videos available on the Video Store pursuant to these Terms, any Additional Terms, and any other rules and guidelines mandated and published by Genero from time to time.
13.4. The Filmmaker is solely responsible for any and all content included in their Video, and for removing any and all Assets from the Video before it is sold, re-edited and transferred to a Client or otherwise used outside the Video Store in any way.
13.5. The Filmmaker represents and warrants that after any and all Assets have been removed from the Video, the Video will not contain content that violates the rights of any third-party, including any third party copyright, trademark, or patent, or a person’s right of privacy/publicity, or other personal or proprietary rights of any third party, and that the Filmmaker has all necessary rights and permissions from any Contributors and/or Performers (and can provide the Client with all Release Forms) in order for the Filmmaker to grant the rights to Genero and the Client as contemplated hereunder.
13.6. The Filmmaker shall have the right to specify:
(a) the Payment (the calculation of which must include Genero’s Fee and Applicable Taxes) it would like to sell the Video for; and
(b) any Additional Terms.
13.7. The Payment (the calculation of which must include Genero’s Fee and Applicable Taxes) and Additional Terms may be changed by the Filmmaker at any time prior to a valid offer being accepted in the Video Store. The Additional Terms may include the following:
(a) the permissible uses of the Video, including territory of use, and/or restrictions on usage set by the Filmmaker; and
(b) any other special conditions required by the Filmmaker.
13.8. The Client may offer to purchase a Video by issuing a proposal through the Website to the Filmmaker for the use of the Video. The proposal may include, but need not be limited to, the following:
(a) a proposed sale amount which might differ from the Filmmaker’s Payment;
(b) the proposed uses of the Video, including territory;
(c) the deadline for the satisfactory completion and delivery of the Video;
(d) whether the Client requires the proposal to be treated as confidential by the Filmmaker; and
(e) any other special conditions required by Client, such as exclusivity or specific limitations on re-use of the Video.
13.9. The Filmmaker shall have the option to accept or decline the Client’s proposal. In the alternative, the Filmmaker may issue new Additional Terms under which the Video may be purchased.
13.10. If the Filmmaker accepts the Client’s proposal, each party will be asked to agree to the terms of a Video Store Agreement, entered into between the Filmmaker and the Client, and which shall include the following:
(a) the agreed Payment (the calculation of which must include Genero’s Fee and Applicable Taxes);
(b) the Client’s creative requirements and details;
(c) the proposed usage, exclusivity, etc;
(d) confidentiality provisions; and
(e) other conditions required before a Video is purchased.
13.11. Until such time as an agreement is executed by the Filmmaker and Client pursuant to the immediately preceding clause, the Filmmaker shall grant to the Client a licence in accordance with the terms of the Standard Licence Terms, upon payment of the Payment (excluding Genero Fee and Applicable Taxes) to the Filmmaker.
13.12. The Filmmaker and the Client understand and agree that the Video Store Agreement shall be deemed to have been entered into as between only the Client and the Filmmaker and shall be separate from these Terms. Each of the Filmmaker and the Client acknowledges and agrees to be bound by the terms of the Video Store Agreement, into which they have been entered, including to the terms as to usage and other special conditions to which both the Filmmaker and the Client have agreed.
13.13. Unless otherwise separately agreed to in writing by Genero, Genero is not and will not be a party to the Video Store Agreement between the Client and the Filmmaker and shall bear no liability whatsoever to either the Filmmaker or the Client in relation to any aspect of the sale of the Video.
13.14. Both the Filmmaker and the Client are obliged to work together in good faith to complete the Video for use by the Client.
13.15. Under no circumstances will any Client or Filmmaker seek to make any direct approach to one another outside of the Video Store with respect to the Video or other similar video, for the purposes of avoiding operation of these Terms or payment of the Genero Fee. This provision shall not prevent a Client and Filmmaker from directly communicating for the purposes of finalising any sale initiated through the Video Store.
14. Terms relating to Payments
14.1. The Payment, will be paid:
(a) in relation to Video Projects, to the Filmmaker of the Client Selection upon delivery of Client Selection, to the full satisfaction of the Client;
(b) in relation to Video Briefs, to the Filmmaker of the Client Selection upon delivery of Commissioned Video, to the full satisfaction of the Client; or
(c) in relation to the Video Store, within a period of 30 days after the Client marks the transaction as “complete”, Genero will pay the Filmmaker the Payment less the Genero Fee and Applicable Taxes.
14.2. The Client and the Filmmaker acknowledge, confirm and agree that:
(a) The Client shall pay the Payment, Genero Fee and Applicable Taxes to Genero via the payment terms and method designated by Genero;
(b) Genero shall be entitled to deduct and retain the Genero Fee and Applicable Taxes from any amount received by Genero for the Genero Services;
(c) Genero is not responsible for and disclaims any responsibility for the Filmmaker’s delivery or non-delivery of the Video in accordance with the Client Selection; and
(d) Without limiting clause 14.2(b) above, in the event that the Filmmaker fails to deliver the Video to the Client’s satisfaction, and the Filmmaker fails to cure, then the Payment will be refunded to the Client via a payment method designated by Genero at its sole discretion and the Filmmaker shall not be entitled to the Payment. For the avoidance of doubt, Genero shall be entitled to deduct and retain the Genero Fee and Applicable Taxes from any amount received by Genero for the Genero Services.
14.3. The Genero Fee shall not be refundable or returnable for any reason whatsoever.
14.4. Unless stated otherwise, Genero will pay Payments to your nominated PayPal or Payoneer account or via an alternate method, at its complete discretion.
14.5. Payments which are not wholly comprised of cash (“Non-cash Payments”) offered under a Video Project and/or Video Brief are not transferable, exchangeable or redeemable for cash. Non-cash Payments are as expressly described on the relevant Client Page and anything not expressly described is excluded and does not form part of the Payment.
14.6. Genero may charge you applicable postage, currency exchange, bank fees, handling and transfer fees to deliver Payments (including all transfer fees or charges for cash Payments) to you.
14.7. Genero may substitute the Payment (determined at Genero’s sole discretion) for other consideration of similar value in lieu of what you may have received.
14.8. You acknowledge, confirm and agree that Genero may, in its sole and absolute discretion, increase, decrease, modify, alter, introduce or remove any fee charged by Genero, either permanently or temporarily.
15. Disclaimer Of Warranty And Limitation Of Liability
15.1. Warranty disclaimer. The Genero services are provided "as is", without any warranty of any kind. Genero expressly disclaims all implied warranties to the maximum extent allowed by law, whether express, implied, or statutory regarding or relating to the product, documentation, or any materials furnished or provided to you under these terms. To the maximum extent allowed by law, Genero specifically disclaims all implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement with respect to the foregoing.
15.2. Limitation of liability; sole and exclusive remedy. To the maximum extent permitted by law, Genero, affiliates, parent companies, subsidiaries, officers, directors, employees, agents, network service providers, business partners, licensees and licensors (collectively, the "related parties") disclaim all liability, whether based in contract, tort (including negligence), strict liability or otherwise, and further disclaims all losses, including without limitation direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or special damages arising out of or in any way connected with access to or use of the site, the software and/or service, even if Genero and/or related parties have been advised of the possibility of such damages. Without limiting the foregoing, in no case shall the liability of Genero or any of the related parties exceed the greater of $50 or the total Genero Fees paid by you to Genero in the six (6) months prior to the time the cause of action giving rise to liability arose.
15.3. Because some states or jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or the limitation of liability for consequential or incidental damages, in such states or jurisdictions, the liability of Genero and its affiliates shall be limited to the fullest extent permitted by law.
16.1. You agree to indemnify, hold harmless and defend Genero and the Related Parties at your expense, against any and all claims, actions, proceedings and suits and all related liabilities, damages, settlements, penalties, fines, costs and expenses (including, without limitation, reasonable solicitors' fees and other dispute resolution expenses) incurred by Genero arising out of or relating to:
(a) your violation or breach of any term of these Terms or any policy or guidelines referenced herein;
(b) your use or misuse of or participation in the Genero Services;
(c) any purchase related to any Genero Services;
(d) submission of any and all Content;
(e) any Content submitted by User which is incorrect or in any way misleading; and
(f) any aspect of the Genero Services that does not function as intended for any reason beyond the reasonable control of Genero and particularly in connection with: service interruptions caused by an internet service provider; an internet connection; any fault or deficiency in computer hardware or software; any fault or deficiency in audio/visual hardware; any fault or deficiency in website code.
16.2. Genero expressly disclaims any responsibility for the Content displayed on the Website or made available as part of any Genero Services, and by using the Website or any Genero Services, Users agree that Genero and/or the Related Parties shall have no responsibility for any Content that infringes the copyright or other intellectual property rights of any third party or for any Content that is deemed to be offensive, discriminatory or misleading to Users in any way whatsoever.
16.3. You hereby irrevocably waive any right to seek or obtain an injunction, rescission or termination of these Terms, or any rights hereunder.
16.4. Should Genero in its sole discretion, determine that User has breached these Terms, then nothing herein shall prevent or in any way restrict its right to pursue any of its legal and/or other remedies, including, without limitation, court action.
17. Change to Services
17.1. Genero reserve the right to discontinue or remove any part, Content, or functionality of the Genero Services at any time and without notice.
17.2. Genero reserves the right to alter, modify, add to or change in any way, any provision of these Terms and may, in its absolute discretion, limit or expand the Genero Services without giving prior notice to User.
18. Copyright Infringement - Take Down Procedures
18.1. If you believe that any materials on the Genero Services infringe your copyright, you may request that such materials be removed. This request must bear a signature (or electronic equivalent) of the copyright holder or an authorised representative, and must: (a) identify the allegedly infringing materials; (b) indicate where on the Website the infringing materials are located; (c) provide your name and contact information; (d) state that you have a good faith belief that the materials are infringing; (e) state that the information in your claim is accurate; and (f) indicate that "under penalty of perjury" you are the lawful copyright owner or are authorised to act on the owner's behalf. If you believe that someone has wrongly filed a notice of copyright infringement against you, you may send to Genero a counter-notice in accordance with Genero’s requirements. Our contact for copyright issues relating to this Website (including the notices and counter-notices) is firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that there are penalties for false claims under The United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998.
19.1. Genero may transfer, assign, novate or otherwise deal with any of its rights under these Terms to another party without notice to you.
19.2. You are not permitted to assign any part of these Terms without Genero’s prior written consent.
20. Governing Law and Jurisdiction
20.1. These Terms and use of the Website and Genero Services are governed by the laws of Victoria, Australia.
20.2. By accessing or using the Website or Genero Services, the User submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Victorian Courts in Australia for any dispute that relates to the Website, Genero Services, or these Terms.
20.3. Users are solely responsible for compliance with any applicable laws of the country from which they access the Website or Genero Services.
Last Updated 19th November 2014.
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