Slated is divided into two main sections - “Films” and “People” - and each section will now see “Scores” attached to them. These numbers, provided by Slated Analytics, show the relative strength of film projects and filmmaking talents as they might be measured by their business peers. They serve as another filtering layer that will accelerate discovery, improve matchmaking, aid packaging and facilitate ever-more introductions across Slated.

A Personal Slated Score is an analysis of each member’s credited work history used to estimate project team strength. Scores are out of 100, adjusted for inflation, depreciate over time, and factor in the following criteria: box office, profitability, series success, festival and awards, role rank,  and company rank.

The resulting score is displayed on each person’s profile pictures, on the bottom right corner, and on their profile page, in the top right hand corner. Members with multiple roles will be scored for each, with the top score being highlighted in an orange box, and secondary scores in gray.

Not every member on Slated will receive a Slated Score. By default everyone on the site arrives with no score at all - unless business track records and performance data suggest otherwise.

You may also disable your score from being visible to other Slated members by going to your settings and selecting "Only Me". Please note, by disabling your score you will also lose the ability to see other people's scores.

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