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Top 10 Filmmaker Instagram Influencers / Best Filmmaker Instagrammers

Posted by Alyson Forster on Sep 17, 2020 6:24:21 AM

Top 10 Filmmaker Instagram Influencers / Filmmaker Instagrammers

Need some inspiration, filmmakers? Check out Front Row Insurance’s round-up of the top 10 filmmakers on Instagram who you should consider following!

In no particular order:

1. @jonfavreau https://www.instagram.com/jonfavreau

Jon Favreau is an actor, director, and writer. The Lion King, The Mandalorian, and The Avengers franchise are just some of the projects this filmmaker has worked on over the last decade, but many still remember him primarily as that guy from Swingers. He is a social media favorite for his behind-the-scenes posts, including the original concept art and post-production shots of The Mandalorian, from Disney+.

2. @cinematogr https://www.instagram.com/cinematogr/

A social media handle just for cinematography? Yes, please! @cinematogr focuses on DPs (Directors of Photography), set decorators, costume designers, visual engineers and other key technical personnel in modern day filmmaking. Some posts feature behind-the-scenes from films such as Jojo Rabbit (2019) and The Hunt (2020).

3. @filmindependent https://www.instagram.com/filmindependent/

Film Independent is a non-profit organization supporting indie films. They offer screenings, educational programs, and more informative content geared toward new filmmakers.

They are most well known for their Film Independent Spirit Awards, founded in 1984.

4. @artdepartmental https://www.instagram.com/artdepartmental/

@artdepartmental explores behind-the-scenes expertise on production design. According to their website, “What you see in your favorite film or television show was most likely not found like that. This is the work of the production designer and their team. Every single set, location, colour, pattern, texture, graphic, or piece of practical lighting you see on screen is carefully designed and selected to enhance the plot, character arc, and overall tone”.

 
 
 
 
 
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This week marks the 20th anniversary since the film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. It's one of my all-time favourite films. In the Mood For Love (2000) Director: Wong Kar-Wai Production Designer + Costume Designer: William Chang Suk-ping Art Director: Lim Chung Man DOP: Christopher Doyle, Kwan Pung-Leung, and Mark Lee Pung-bin Designed by: "William Chang Suk-ping who is best known as Wong Kar-wai's frequent collaborator - as art director, costume designer and editor. China's master of ambience created the look of Maggie Cheung Man-yuk, in figure-hugging vintage cheongsam and high hair, negotiating the mournful distance between her character's Hong Kong tenement and the neighborhood food stall for the 2000 Wong opus, #IntheMoodforLove.

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5. @womeninfilmla https://www.instagram.com/womeninfilmla/

Women in Film and Television U.S. (WIFT-US) is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging and inspiring women in all aspects of global media. This Instagram is from their LA branch.

FYI: WIFT-US has partnered with Front Row Insurance Brokers in a specialty insurance program with preferential pricing. Part of WIFT-US and interested in obtaining a quote? Check us out here: https://www.frontrowinsurance.com/wiftus-insurance-program

6. @outfest https://www.instagram.com/outfest/

Outfest creates visibility to diverse LGBTQIA+ stories and empowers storytellers, building empathy to drive meaningful social change. Outfest is also a non-profit that boasts a festival, annual gala, and a podcast out now, appropriately called The OutCast.

According to their latest article, “Whether these young creatives are a part of LGBTQIA+ community, are women, people of color, or a mixture, their voices are exponentially necessary and so is their art. It is important that we celebrate and draw attention that is necessary in the realm of the art of film”.

7. @learnfilmmaking https://www.instagram.com/learnfilmmaking/ 

Learn filmmaking from the world’s best filmmakers through this platform!

@learnfilmmaking provides resources and advice for filmmakers. Through IG Live, they have over 100 videos on helpful topics, such as set terminology, and even some pointers from famed director Ron Howard.

8. @moviesetmemeofficial https://www.instagram.com/moviesetmemesofficial/

Movie Set Memes can give you a laugh that only a filmmaker can understand.

In addition to some funny memes, they also provide useful tips; like how to protect your gear if you ever have to park your vehicle in a neighborhood with a high crime rate.

9. @filmtourismus https://www.instagram.com/filmtourismus/ 

Andrea David is a blogger, artist, and self-proclaimed “Popculturist”. She travels to film locations all over the world, and artfully uses print-outs of iconic scenes to place them in the exact moment of memorable film scenes. Her work has ben praised by filmmakers and actors alike, including Will Smith, Tom Hanks, and Bruce Willis.

10. @americanfilminstitute https://www.instagram.com/americanfilminstitute/

The American Film Institute (AFI) is located in Los Angeles, California and offers Master’s programs in producing, production design, screenwriting, editing and directing. Their IG page is meant to educate and inspire through fun film facts, interviews with iconic filmmakers, and much more.

Notable AFI alumni: directors David Lynch, Terrence Malick

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If you’re following filmmakers on Instagram, chances are that you’re a filmmaker or planning to be one. And if you’re a filmmaker, you’ll want to consider insuring your valuable filmmaking gear and film productions. Consider Front Row Insurance:

  • Short-Term Film Insurance (Canada): provides coverage for up to 15 consecutive days of shooting, with no minimum premium. The coverage is available online 24/7. Covers rented gear, rented locations, rented props, sets, wardrobes, and more. Quotes are free.
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US-based filmmakers can view Front Row’s US policies here.

 

About: Front Row Insurance Brokers Inc. is an independent insurance broker that specializes in the entertainment industry – specifically, the film industry. Front Row has 51 staff in 8 offices that have a combined 530+ years of experience serving the film industry. Front Row is the largest film insurance broker in Canada. Front Row works hard to provide insurance protection for the lowest possible cost. Should a claim occur, Front Row ensures that clients receive the money they are owed per the insurance policy, as quickly as possible.

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Top Filmmaking Schools in the USA / Best Filmmaking Schools in the US

Posted by Alyson Forster on Aug 12, 2020 6:57:58 AM

Top Filmmaking Schools in the USA / Best Filmmaking Schools in the US

From Los Angeles to New York, check out Front Row Insurance’s round-up of the top filmmaking schools in the US!

In no particular order:

 

1. University of Southern California / Los Angeles film schools

University of Southern California USC

Alumnus: George Lucas (Star Wars Franchise, Lucas Films, Indiana Jones)

Acceptance Rate: 3%

Arguably the best film school to attend, the USC School of Cinematic Arts is a prestigious school located in Los Angeles. This school’s facilities include modern soundstages, animation facilities, post-production suites, mixing theatres, and all digital classrooms (with the help of a $10M donation from George Lucas in 2018).

2. New York University TISCH School of Arts / New York film schools


Alumnus: Martin Scorsese (Goodfellas, Taxi Driver, The Wolf of Wall Street)

Acceptance Rate: 20%

New York University TISCH School of Arts is located in New York City. According to NYU, as of 2017, the school had more than 25,000 alumni working in the arts and related professions, and has more alumni on Broadway than any other school for the performing arts in the US. In 2017 alone, six members of the Tisch alumni community were nominated for an Oscar.

3. California Institute of the Arts


Alumnus: Tim Burton (Nightmare Before Christmas, Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands)

Acceptance Rate: 24.1%

CalArts was originally formed in 1961 as a merger of the Chouinard Art Institute (founded 1921) and the Los Angeles Conservatory of Music (founded 1883). In 1929, when Disney had no money, Madame Chouinard agreed to train her first animators on a pay-later basis.

4. Emerson College


Alumnus: Henry Winkler (Happy Days series, Arrested Development series)

Acceptance Rate: 46.1%

Emerson College is located in Boston, Massachusetts. It is a private college that offers a four week exchange program with FAMU, one of Europe’s most prestigious film schools. They also offer a program where you may spend a semester in Los Angeles where Emerson has exclusive internship opportunities with Hollywood producers, networks, and studios.

5. University of Texas at Austin


Alumnus: Kyle Davies (President of Distribution, Paramount Pictures)

Acceptance Rate: 25%

University of Texas at Austin offers graduate programs for film and media production, screenwriting, as well as undergraduate courses focusing on radio, television, and film. They also have the largest green screen ever made outside of Hollywood.

6. Rhode Island School of Design

Rhode Island School of Design

Alumnus: David Byrne (rock group Talking Heads)

Acceptance Rate: 31.9%

The Rhode Island School of Design is a visual arts college with the smallest class size in the US according to RISD, with a maximum of 14 students per class. Some of their degree programs include graphic design, illustration, drawing, and photography.

7. University of Colorado Boulder


Alumnus: Robert Redford (Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid, Brubaker)

Acceptance Rate: 79.8%

The course curriculum at this university includes basics such as directing, animation, and digital cinematography. This university is an active participant in its surrounding film festivals such as Sundance, and Ann Arbor.

Like NYU and Emerson, they also have a study-abroad program in Paris and Rome.

8. Ringling College of Art and Design


Alumnus: Jessica Sances Torres (computer animation for films including “Toy Story 3” and “Incredibles 2”)

Acceptance Rate: 63.9%

Ringling College of Art and Design is located in Sarasota, Florida. In 2019, Ringling became the first art school to offer a BFA in virtual reality development. They also provide on-the-job training and offer the first academic and commercial soundstage and post-production facility of its kind in the state of Florida.

9. Stanford University

Stanford University

Alumnus: Jamie Meltzer (“True Conviction” a documentary winner at Tribeca Film Festival)

Acceptance Rate: 0.5%

Stanford’s MFA Film Program is the most difficult to get into, as only 8 applicants a year are selected. This program specializes in documentary filmmaking. By the end of the two-year residency, grad students each make 15 to 20 minute documentaries for their final thesis project. Some are even shown at SF DocFest, an annual film festival specifically for documentaries.

10. University of California Los Angeles


Alumnus: Francis Ford Coppola (Apocalypse Now)

Acceptance Rate: 18%

UCLA’s school of theater, film and television has one of the longest lists of accomplished alumni, including Francis Ford Coppola, Mariska Hargitay, Jim Morrison, James Franco, and Ben Stiller. They are also one of the only arts programs that offer special scholarships for female students from the Arab World.

Get Film School Insurance USA | US Film School Short Film Project Insurance | Short-Term Film Production Insurance USA

If you’re in film school or thinking about going, you’ll almost inevitably end up working on short film/video projects that will require insurance. Consider Front Row’s policies.

Front Row’s Short Shoot insurance policy (US form) is a good option for insuring these short-term film school projects. Coverage for up to 15 consecutive days of filming.

Front Row’s Owned Equipment insurance policy (US form) is a good option for insuring your filmmaking gear, including your film camera(s).

 

About: Front Row Insurance Brokers Inc. is an independent film insurance broker that provides film insurance for a very low cost. Should a claim occur, Front Row works diligently with clients and insurers to expedite the payment of claims.

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DISCLAIMER: Informational statements regarding insurance coverage are for general description purposes only. These statements do not amend, modify or supplement any insurance policy. Consult the actual policy or your broker for details regarding terms, conditions, coverage, exclusions, products, services and programs which may be available to you. Your eligibility for particular products and services is subject to the final determination of underwriting qualifications and acceptance by the insurance underwriting company providing such products or services. This website does not make any representations that coverage does or does not exist for any particular claim or loss, or type of claim or loss, under any policy. Whether coverage exists or does not exist for any particular claim or loss under any policy depends on the facts and circumstances involved in the claim or loss and all applicable policy wording.

Citations:

https://ingeniusprep.com/blog/college-acceptance-rates/

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/

https://www.imdb.com/

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Topics: Short Film Insurance, DigiGear, film school insurance, Best of

US Filmmakers: Navigating Your Certificate of Insurance

Posted by Alyson Forster on Aug 4, 2020 7:12:51 AM

US Filmmakers: Navigating Your Certificate of Insurance

If you’re a Canada-based filmmaker, read this blog post instead.

Congratulations, you successfully purchased your production insurance! Your broker has sent you a confirmation that your coverage is bound, a summary, invoice, and certificate of insurance. You review all of your paperwork and estimates from the rental house and permit office, but how do you know what coverage is what, or if you even purchased the correct coverage?

things that may go missed on a certificate that can ‘make or break’ you on the day of production:

  1. Make sure the production company’s name and address are correct. Rushed through the application? This is the time to triple check any spelling errors.
  2. If you are working (especially) on a Short-Term Production (US), double-check the effective dates. Make sure you include any additional pickup/drop-off dates that may be needed for props or rentals.
  3. Did a permit office request any special wording? This is the time to make sure you have the exact wording on your certificate as the insurance requirements noted.

Below is a sample certificate. We will review each section so you can properly understand what you are looking at.

US Certificate of Insurance

Ok, so from the top!

The highlighted section on the left is where your company information is located.

The highlighted section on the right is your insurance company. You will notice it shows insurer “A” and insurer “B”. This will correspond to the boxes on the far left side to show which company is which.

The non-highlighted section below is your insurance broker’s information.

US Certificate of Insurance

This next part is VERY important, especially when it comes to Film LA. See the box that says “ADDL INSR”? That stands for Additional Insured, and the “Y” stands for yes. Next to that column, there is wording “SUBR WVD” this stands for Waiver of Subrogation.

This is a waiver that you must request in advance and most likely will cost additional premium. Without a “Y” under “ADDL INSR” and “SUBR WVD”- your insurance coverage will not be sufficient for Film LA.

The next part of the “grid” will delegate the policy number and the start and end dates of coverage. If you need additional days for a short shoot, reach out to your broker immediately. If you request additional coverage dates after the expiration of coverage, you will be responsible for purchasing a new policy.

The bottom right highlighted section is what your rental/prop house will review. Keep in mind, this amount is not the value to rent the equipment. The amount is to replace the item in the case of a total loss.

The section ‘ded’ that is highlighted stands for your retention or deductible. The deductible or retention is the amount you will have to pay the insurance company in a case of a loss that exceeds the deductible.

Example: You rent a camera that has a replacement value of $50,000. The camera gets lost in transit. This means that for the insurance company to replace the camera, you will have to pay the deductible amount.

Example: You rent a grip accessory and the replacement value is $150. The grip accessory is damaged during the shoot. Since the accessories replacement value is less than the deductible, the insurance company will not cover the loss.

US Certificate of Insurance

Note: Remember insurer “A” and insurer “B”? You can now see them on the far right column.

This row on your certificate is where any special wording would be located. If you need a rental house to be named additional insured, this is where the wording would be located.

US Certificate of Insurance

Note: Whenever there is a need for special wording on your certificate, please notify your broker. This is something only your broker can process.

Last section! So, the certificate holder will be the entity that requested to be named additional insured, loss payee, or certificate holder. If a rental house has requested to be named additional insured, this is where you would find their name and address.

US Certificate of Insurance

 

About: Front Row Insurance Brokers Inc. is an independent insurance broker that provides film insurance for a very low cost. Should a claim occur, Front Row works diligently with insurers and clients to expedite the payment of claims.

Related:

Canadian Filmmakers: Certificate of Insurance

Getting a film permit in Los Angeles / Film LA

DISCLAIMER: Informational statements regarding insurance coverage are for general description purposes only. These statements do not amend, modify or supplement any insurance policy. Consult the actual policy or your broker for details regarding terms, conditions, coverage, exclusions, products, services and programs which may be available to you. Your eligibility for particular products and services is subject to the final determination of underwriting qualifications and acceptance by the insurance underwriting company providing such products or services. This website does not make any representations that coverage does or does not exist for any particular claim or loss, or type of claim or loss, under any policy. Whether coverage exists or does not exist for any particular claim or loss under any policy depends on the facts and circumstances involved in the claim or loss and all applicable policy wording.

Topics: Short Film Insurance, Film Production, Film Producers, Annual Film Insurance, Film production offices, Film Production Companies, US Film insurance broker, Certificates

Canadian Filmmakers: Navigating Your Certificate of Insurance

Posted by Alyson Forster on Aug 4, 2020 7:12:08 AM

Canadian Filmmakers: Navigating Your Certificate of Insurance

If you’re a US-based filmmaker, read this blog post instead.

Congratulations, you successfully purchased your production insurance! Your broker has sent you a confirmation that your coverage is bound, a summary, invoice, and certificate of insurance. You review all of your paperwork and estimates from the rental house and permit office, but how do you know what coverage is what, or if you even purchased the correct coverage?

things that may go missed on a certificate that can ‘make or break’ you on the day of production:

  1. Make sure the production company’s name and address are correct. Rushed through the application? This is the time to triple check any spelling errors.
  2. If you are working (especially) on a Short-Term Production, double-check the effective dates. Make sure you include any additional pickup/drop-off dates that may be needed for props or rentals.
  3. Did a permit office request any special wording? This is the time to make sure you have the exact wording on your certificate as the insurance requirements noted.

Below is a sample certificate of insurance for Canadian film productions. We will review each section so you can properly understand what you are looking at.

Certificate of Insurance Canada

Ok, so from the top!

The highlighted section below is where your company information is located.

The non-highlighted section below is your insurance broker’s information.

Certificate of Insurance Canada

The next part of the first page will delegate the policy number and the start and end dates of coverage. If you need additional days for a short shoot, reach out to your broker immediately. If you request additional coverage dates after the expiration of coverage, you will be responsible for purchasing a new policy.

Certificate of Insurance Canada

If a permit office, rental house, or specific entity you are working with has requested special wording on a certificate, it will go here. If you do need special wording on your certificate, please make sure you reach out to your broker in advance. Special wording or endorsements such as a “Waiver of Subrogation” may take up to 24-48 hours to process from the carrier.

Certificate of Insurance Canada

The following pages of your certificate of insurance will outline the limits of insurance and retention or deductible. The deductible or retention is the amount you will have to pay the insurance company in a case of a loss that exceeds the deductible, and is located on the far right column.

Example: You rent a camera that has a replacement value of $50,000. The camera gets lost in transit. This means that for the insurance company to replace the camera, you will have to pay the deductible amount.

Example: You rent a grip accessory and the replacement value is $150. The grip accessory is damaged during the shoot. Since the accessory’s replacement value is less than the deductible, the insurance company will not cover the loss.

Certificate of Insurance Canada Schedule AHave more questions on the coverages on the far left column? Contact us.

 

About: Front Row Insurance Brokers Inc. is an independent insurance broker that provides film insurance for a very low cost. Should a claim occur, Front Row works diligently with insurers and clients to expedite the payment of claims.

Related:

US Filmmakers: Certificate of Insurance

DISCLAIMER: Informational statements regarding insurance coverage are for general description purposes only. These statements do not amend, modify or supplement any insurance policy. Consult the actual policy or your broker for details regarding terms, conditions, coverage, exclusions, products, services and programs which may be available to you. Your eligibility for particular products and services is subject to the final determination of underwriting qualifications and acceptance by the insurance underwriting company providing such products or services. This website does not make any representations that coverage does or does not exist for any particular claim or loss, or type of claim or loss, under any policy. Whether coverage exists or does not exist for any particular claim or loss under any policy depends on the facts and circumstances involved in the claim or loss and all applicable policy wording.

Topics: Short Film Insurance, Film Insurance, Film Production, Film Producers, Annual Film Insurance, Film Production Companies, Film Location Insurance, Certificates

How to obtain Los Angeles film permits / LA film permits

Posted by Alyson Forster on Jun 15, 2020 6:54:55 AM

HOW TO OBTAIN LOS ANGELES FILM PERMITS / LA FILM PERMITS

HOW TO OBTAIN LOS ANGELES FILM PERMITS / LA FILM PERMITSSource: Royalty-free stock photo ID: 604497425, Shutterstock

How to obtain Los Angeles film permits / LA film permits: The Do’s and Don’ts of Film LA

If you have ever been a part of a production that was shot in the Greater Los Angeles area, you have more than likely worked with Film LA. Film LA is the permit authority for all productions taking place in and around Los Angeles County.

Obtaining a permit in Los Angeles is different from most other parts of the US. They not only have specific insurance requirements, but they also have an online insurance verification system known as KwikComply. If you need to obtain a permit, you must have your insurance agent submit on your behalf.

When you are new to working with Film LA, it can seem overwhelming and frustrating at times. There are many steps that are unique to the Greater Los Angeles area.

We have collaborated with Film LA to show you the “Do’s and Don’ts” of obtaining a film permit in Los Angeles.

Map of all the areas Film LA serves / Los Angeles filming locations:

Map of all the areas Film LA servesSource: Film LA (Above image can change frequently as Film LA updates their areas served when they begin working with new clients. Potential customers should still check with Film LA to eliminate any confusion and ensure accuracy.)

DO: REVIEW FILM LA’S CURRENT INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS BEFORE PURCHASING COVERAGE

Film LA’s insurance requirements are constantly changing due to regulatory decisions from the State of CA. When speaking with one of their reps, they recommended double-checking their website to make sure you are aware of any new changes.

An example of a new insurance requirement in effect July 1st, 2020 is that Workers Compensation is required on all productions. This is due to the CA AB5 (California Assembly Bill 5) that was passed in the beginning on 2020.

This is a state statute that requires employers to treat independent contractors as regular employees unless they pass a three-part test. This means offering medical and workers compensation coverage.

Example of who would/wouldn’t need to be supplied workers compensation coverage under CA AB5:

Nike can hire a videographer as a 1099 (contractor) to work on a commercial or event since video production is not related to making shoes, but if your business is filmmaking, anyone who works with you in production is an employee, such as a camera op or production assistant. The businesses must be fundamentally unrelated.

DO: CHECK OUT THE RESOURCES FILM LA HAS TO OFFER

Film LA has a great resource page for productions of all size. They have information on the California Film Commission, where you can apply for a CA Film Tax Incentive, local contacts, and software made specifically for filmmakers, such as MYLA311, which is an app with a useful directory of LA city services and phone numbers

DO: LOOK FOR AN INSURANCE BROKER THAT SPECIALIZES IN PRODUCTION AND ENTERTAINMENT INSURANCE

As much as you may like your agent who bundles your home & auto insurance, production insurance is a specialized niche of insurance. Make sure to do your research before binding coverage. Review their website – see if they specialize in entertainment; if not, they may not know how Film LA requires insurance verifications.

See Front Row’s US homepage for the US film insurance products we currently offer.

DO: BUDGET IN THE COST OF THE PERMIT ITSELF | HOW MUCH DO FILM PERMITS COST IN LOS ANGELES? | how much do film permits cost in la?

According to Film LA, “The base fee is $699 USD and from there it will increase. Most commonly, a typical, single location permit in the City of LA will run about $957 USD at the minimum. Because of the uniqueness of each production and the permit they pull, we cannot provide a hard range of fees. I have seen permits in the tens of thousands of dollars and I have seen permits for as little as $784 USD.” (pricing subject to change)

To receive an exact permit quote, please email info@filmla.com.

DON’T: SAY “NO” TO A WAIVER OF SUBROGATION

A Waiver of Subrogation is a requirement of Film LA. It is a contractual provision whereby an insured waives the right of their insurance carrier to seek redress or seek compensation for losses from a negligent third party.

Be sure to let your agent know that this waiver is needed before coverage is bound.

Adding this waiver to your policy will add additional premium and may take more time for the insurance company to endorse. Note: Receiving this endorsement from the insurer can take anywhere from 24-48 hours.

DON’T: WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE TO SECURE A PERMIT

This process of obtaining the correct insurance coverage, your agent submitting your coverage through KwikComply, getting approval from the City of Los Angeles and Film LA… this all takes time. Having your agent properly quote, bind and submit proof of coverage will take a minimum of 24 hours.

So, keep in mind: if you have a shoot on Saturday, you may not be able to secure coverage if you call your agent on Friday afternoon.

DON’T:  ASSUME ALL OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY HAS THE SAME INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS

Certain areas of Los Angeles County, including school districts, beaches, parks, or cities may require specialized verbiage, limits, etc. If unsure, visit Film LA’s website or speak with your permit coordinator.

Citations:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Assembly_Bill_5_(2019)

https://www.investopedia.com/terms/w/waiver-of-subrogation.asp

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