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The We Are The World XXX Project: Is There Any Compensation?

Bob King writes: Hi! Since I worked behind the scenes for over two days on the set [We Are The World XXX] and five days of pre and post-production on this film project will I be entitled to any type of compensation for my effort(s)?

Since it is NOT being operated/handled the original way I thought it was intended I feel that all of the hours I put in should be reimbursed or compensated for my time, effort, transportation and other costs.

I now feel that the work I put in, as well as the others involved in the original filming, is not being implemented in the way we were told.
I wonder how any others involved in the original production cast and behind the scenes crew will be recognized or reimbursed if any of the original footage is used.

Is this film now being done for-profit or as originally intended as a non-profit? If it is now for-profit I expect to be paid.

Please advise.

Bob King
Los Angeles, CA

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